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Music Program

The Music curriculum focuses on developing the student’s ability to create, make, present and respond to music. This takes place through participation in ensemble work using a range of instruments. Student’s musical knowledge is enhanced through opportunities to communicate to others about shared musical experiences, learning about music past and present and learning to make informed critical choices about their own music and that of others.

Performance Opportunities

Students develop the skills to be able to perform short, but well organised compositions, confidently read simple notation and develop vocal skills and other conventions for creating, making and presenting music. Students have the opportunity to participate in a range of co-curricular activities in Music including Junior Choir, Musical Ensembles and Music Soiree.

Strings Program 

Included in the Year 3 and 4 curriculum, students learn Violin or Cello to provide them with the opportunity to experience formal music lessons. There are performance opportunities for them throughout the year.  Instruments are provided by the College at no change for students to take home, practice with and care for. 

Instrumental Lessons

In addition to the curriculum, an extensive program of private or shared Instrumental Music Lessons is offered for students wishing to learn a particular instrument. The lessons are conducted during school hours by our professional Music tutors.