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Plan for Continuous Provision - Music


Continuous provision provides learners with the opportunity to explore, investigate and create independently. In music this is vitally important as it allows children space to process ideas, combine sounds and test musical ideas.

However for this to be effective, as practitioners we need to ensure the following conditions are met:

  • The resources on offer are high-quality (less is more)

  • They are presented in an inviting and purposeful manner

  • They are readily available

  • The children are given time to revisit what they did yesterday, last week, or even a few weeks ago.


In order to appreciate what is really happening during the music-making process at this age, the paradigm of what music should sound like needs to be shifted. Although initially, it may come across as noise there are many other things going on under the surface.



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