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Class Music


Each week students receive between 30 minutes and one hour of music education.  Music is run as a sequenced learning program starting in Prep and continuing until the end of Year 6.

By the time a students graduates from Zillmere State School, they will have knowledge and skills of singing, reading music, composition, improvisation, movement, performance, percussion instruments and ukulele.  There is a strong focus on enjoyment and continuous improvement in all lessons.

Choir is offered as an extra-curricular activity for students from Prep-Year 6.  The Choir performs at events such as NAIDOC week throughout the year.

How does music education benefit my child?

Music assists in developing a child's self-confidence, teamwork skills, awareness of own and other cultures, literacy, numeracy, fine motor skills, gross motor skills, imagination, expression and confidence in front of an audience.

Music education is one of the essential elements in providing all students with a diverse and complete school education.