At All Saints’, we believe that every child should receive high quality musical experiences from a variety of cultures and traditions, and that music should play an integral part in our school life and worship.
Every child will have the chance to learn an instrument and develop their voice, with a variety of opportunities to perform and compose. The music curriculum often reflects class topics, in order to enhance the pupils’ learning, and enrichment opportunities are organised with Peterborough Music Hub, so that pupils experience live performances and professional musicians.
In music, creativity is encouraged, and the environment  allows every child to achieve and be confident that they can have a go and express themselves.

“I would teach children music, physics, and philosophy; but most importantly music, for the patterns in music and all the arts are the keys to learning”
- Plato

Peterborough Youth Orchestra

Looking for an exciting, musical summer?


Peterborough Youth Orchestra (PYO) will be running two summer schools during August 2021 for ages 7 and up!  


23rd - 27th August at Ormiston Bushfield Academy

Peterborough Youth Orchestra and Jazz Ensemble

For ages 7-19

Grade 5+



25th - 27th August at Ormiston Bushfield Academy

Peterborough Youth Music Summer School

For ages 7 and up

Any instrument, any level - a range of ensembles and music activity



The Music Hub are keen that no child should miss the opportunity to take part due to financial need, so there are bursaries available. 


After such a difficult year, the chance for young musicians to spend time making music together is an invaluable opportunity. The flyers below both contain further information and links to the online application forms.  Here is the link you need for the application forms:  


For more information, contact Peterborough Music Hub at 


#PeterboroughMusicHub #CanDoMusic #PCYM #PMH #PYO 

Peterborough Youth Music Summer School

Peterborough Youth Orchestra & Jazz Ensemble

Oundle Festival of Music and Drama

Calling all piano students!


Oundle Festival of Music & Drama

Each Spring, performers of all ages come to the Oundle Festival of Music & Drama to perform music, speech and drama. The emphasis is on performing in a friendly atmosphere, and receiving helpful criticism from Adjudicators in order to improve their skills.


Piano Classes have been moved to Saturday 10 July. The event will be open to members of the public to attend.

Online entries opened on Tuesday June 1st and close on Tuesday June 22nd.

All Piano classes will be Own Choice. Competitors may only enter one class, which will include the piano qualifying class for the 2021 Oundle Young Musician of the Year competition to be held on Saturday November 27th. The grade levels are recommendations.

P1    9 yrs and under      At least Grade 2   2 mins     £4. 00

P2    11 yrs and under    At least Grade 3    3 mins    £5.00

To enter this class, go to

School Choir Recording

This recording of ‘You are my Brother’ was specially recorded for the commissioning service of our new Chaplain, Sarah Burke.


As children are still unable to sing with others from different classes, due to the current situation, 26 of our Key Stage 2 pupils were recorded individually at school, and then edited together by Miss Evans. Here is the finished recording:

Composer of the Week

This term, we have heard:

  • Vaughan Williams - The Lark Ascending

  • John Williams - Hymn to the Fallen (from Saving Private Ryan)

  • Gluck - Dance of the Blessed Spirits (from Orpheus and Eurydice)

  • Britten - Hymn to Saint Cecilia

  • Beethoven - Moonlight Sonata

  • Tchaikovsky - Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy (from The Nutcracker)

  • Rutter - Nativity Carol

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