Music is a real area of focus at Hallfield, and the creativity, sense of achievement and community spirit it can foster fills our classrooms and corridors. Music class lets the Hallfield children find their passion and cultivate their social skills. It features extensively, too, in the co-curricular activities of our children outside of formal music class.

With instrumental ensembles and the school choir at every level within the School, Hallfield children are quickly given every opportunity to follow up what they learn in music class by committing to a personal passion outside of it. Whether that’s learning an instrument or enhancing their voice, our range of musical activities and co-curricular activities are all supported by specialist teaching staff, both from within the school and outside of it.


Why Choose Our Music Co-Curricular Activities?

From the very earliest years at Hallfield right through to Year 6, we encourage our children to grasp with both hands the opportunity to focus in music class and focus outside of the class, should they wish to. We’re proud of this emphasis and place no barriers before children wishing to begin an instrument.

At Hallfield, music is everywhere. So, play on!

If your child would like to take part in our music classes or co-curricular activities, then please get in touch with us. We would be more than delighted to assist you.

You can call us on 0121 454 1496 or you can email us at

Music Blog

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