Creativity at Key Stage 3

Anna Gower
Saturday, June 1, 2019

With graded instrumental repertoire widely available, and three out of four GCSE exam boards linking standards to an equivalent grade, there can be a bias towards performing at KS3 as the means to present and assess outcomes, meaning less emphasis on tasks that require a creative response from students. But what place does creativity – both in creative approaches to undertaking tasks, and in demonstrating creative and musical outcomes – play in classroom approaches to music learning at KS3?

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