Learning Together


Music research has shown the benefits of music on children’s developing brain, wellbeing and education across the curriculum. Learning through the Kodály Method and following the Australian Curriculum, students learn pitch, rhythm, timbre and the dynamics of music through singing and playing instruments and improve and develop their vocabulary when they respond to a variety of music genres.


Students are encouraged to let their creative ideas take flight as they play, compose (write) and work together using a variety of tuned and non-tuned percussion.  As they learn, they experience the excitement of hearing their work come to life, sharing with others as they perform for each other and at assemblies.

Choirs are formed when called on to perform at events such as the Mirrabooka Harmony Day and Boyare students participate in the annual national music event Music Count Us In.  With Musica Viva’s support, professional musical ensembles are invited to the school to encourage and teach the students new skills and develop their appreciation and enjoyment of music.


At the end of each term, we have a Music Fun Day which allows children to explore different instruments like the piano, guitar or any other instrument that appeals to them. Parents also get to share the same experience with their child at our Parent Night.

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