All students at Pumicestone State School have the
opportunity to attend a weekly 30 minute lesson with a specialist music
Music has the capacity to engage, inspire and enrich all
students and exists in every culture. Making music involves active 'whole body'
listening, imitating, improvising, comparing and contrasting, practising,
presenting and performing, improves confidence and aids cognitive development.
At Pumicestone State
School, students have a spacious music room where they have opportunities to
perform, create and make music. Within our program students will learn about
the various elements of music (rhythm, pitch, dynamics, timbre), develop their
singing voice and over time in a sequential program, develop and improve their
music reading, writing and performing abilities.
Junior Singers Club: The students in this group learn basic
vocal technique while enjoying the experience of singing together. The junior
singers rehearse once a week (lunch time)
This group sings songs in unison and in
2 parts. Choir members must be available
to attend a weekly rehearsal that is held before school. We also have a
lunchtime practice. This group performs on school parades and at school