Bring the Noise: Sitemap
Can't find the right resource? We have you covered.
Below is a list of each page on the Bring the Noise site to make it as easy as possible to find the activities and resources you're looking for.
We've split the pages into sections for ease of browsing, and highlighted if specific activities are more ideal for an Early Years (four to five-years-old) or Key Stage 1 (five to seven-years-old) audience.
Unmarked activities are ideal for either age group.
- Bring The Noise: Play It! - Interactive Jukebox
- Bring The Noise theme
- Be in the Band (KS1)
- When the Cold Wind Blows
- Far (KS1)
- Hands in the Air
- Gathered Round the Christmas Tree (EYFS)
- I Am a Robot
- Take You Home
- Spooky World (KS1)
YolanDa's Band Jam
Thunder Jam (Key Stage 1)
- Cities: Styles & genres
- Rainforests: Percussion & soundscapes
- Express yourself: Confidence
- Stories: Writing lyrics
- Superheroes: Instruments of the orchestra
- This is Me: Body percussion
- Weather: Graphic notation
- Space: Technology
Sonic Explorers (Early Years)
Classroom Activities and Games
- Ha! - Ensemble music
- 1,2,3,4 - Teaching basic rhythms
- 1 to 10 - Group activities
- 8-4-2-1 - Energising children
- Do-Re-Mi - Understanding pitch
- Swampee - High and low pitch
- Wizard Hat - Teaching conducting
- Mirror Me - Synchronisation
- Forbidden Rhythm - Patterns and attention
- Sound Detectives - Conducting and attention
- Missing instruments - Encouraging listening
- Pat Pat Clap - Collective pulse
- Mexican Clap - Pulse and coordination
- Teaching melodies (KS1)
- Composing melodies (KS1)
- Teaching rhythms (KS1)
- Composing rhythms (KS1)
Explore the World of Music
- About Bring The Noise
- Tips for learning a musical instrument in 2020
- Create your own lullaby with Gregory Porter
- Music can provide 'sense of achievement' for autistic children
- How reggae conquered the World
- 5 reasons everyone should have music in their lives
- 5 ways to spark your child's interest in music
- The secrets of a spectacular musical firework display
- 5 ideas for a musical half term at home
- Why do kids love George Ezra's Shotgun?
- Halloween ideas and songs
- How Strictly's spooky sounds are created
- BBC Philharmonic performances
- Gregory Porter performs Hands in the Air
- Gregory Porter Performs Winter Wonderland
- National DJ Day 2020
- How eco-friendly is your fave instrument?
- Burns night's traditional music
- Would Dickens have shown carol singers the Door?
- Sports stars who can sing
- Magic moments from Jools Holland's Annual Hootenanny
- Lil Nas X's 'Amazing Feeling' of No. 1 Hit
- JP Cooper's tips for budding musicians
- Mark Ronson's childhood inspiration
- Omar: Music makes me 'happy and relaxed'
- Bring the Noise: Our partners
Fun and Games
- The ultimate Christmas Music Quiz
- Bring the Noise Christmas sing-along
- Mariah Carey's All I Want For Christmas quiz
- Nine heartwarming nativity fails
- Take the Test: Band Aid at 35
- 5 Times Coldplay did the most Coldplay thing
- When is it acceptable to start playing Christmas songs?
- How well do you know your Premier League team anthems
- Quiz: How good is your basic music theory?
- 7 child music stars who made it big
- Take the Test: How well do you know Autumn songs?
- War of the Worlds music quiz