Film Music Scheme of Work for KS3

Film Music Scheme of Work for KS3

Film music is a stimulating musical topic that all students can relate to, whether they go on to study Music at GCSE or not! Simplify your planning with this scheme of work written for the 2014 curriculum.

Each resource contains 6 one-hour comprehensive lesson plans, which include a starter, main, plenary and homework task designed to enhance learners’ understanding and appreciation of film music. Covers a range of film genres, from Harry Potter to Godzilla.

Inspire your students!

  • Stimulating worksheets for every lesson
  • Varied activities support different learnings styles
  • Lessons differentiated for a range of abilities – allows every pupil to achieve their potential

Effortless delivery!

  • Comprehensive lesson plans – ready to use or adapt to your class’s needs
  • Clear schemes of work closely linked to the KS3 curriculum:
    • Builds on skills and knowledge through performing, composing and listening
    • Develops a deep understanding of music and its history
  • All answers provided – perfect for AfL and speedy peer-assessment

“The 6 lessons have varied tasks and have the potential to increase student knowledge and understanding about film music . There is so much material here.


The extent of musical language available for students to access is excellent.

It prepares students well for further study of film music as they have had access to a wide variety of musical features, key words and performance/composition examples.” – L Williams, Music Teacher & Peer Reviewer

Includes photocopiable master with site licence; electronic copies available. Orders are normally dispatched in 2-5 working days.


Price is £44
Click here for full details and to order.

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