Research shows that participation in music making from an early age has many benefits for brain development and social and academic success at school and in life.
There is a keen music scene at Dulwich Hill, and participation groups is a wonderful way for children to increase their musical skills, learn more about working together with others, have fun and cement friendships.
How can parents get involved in the music program?
- Volunteer to accompany the music ensemble groups on excursions for rehearsals or performances.
- Accompany on piano or other instrument of choice for the Musical Showcase evening or Community nights.
- Volunteer at events and community nights
- Assist in the Music Mondays program, a weekly before school performance opportunity to be held in the music room for a 4-6 week period in Term 2.
- School Bands
- Choir Groups
- Recorder Groups
- String Groups
At the end of every term a Community Night is held, featuring students performing in class groups and extra curricular groups. Every child performs at least once a year at a Community Night. Working towards these performance evenings is an exciting endeavour and a huge boost to children’s confidence and presentation skills. A delicious dinner is available in the school canteen prior to the concert.
Once a year the school Parents and Citizen’s Association holds a Musical Showcase featuring school music groups and selected soloists. The event raises funds for the purchase a range of musical instruments for students to use.
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