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Wahroonga Public School

Wahroonga Public School

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As part of the school’s release from face (RFF) to face program, every child at Wahroonga attends one 40 minute music session each week. Music is explored at school by focussing on 5 ways of producing sound:

·       Pitch – how high or low

·       Tempo – how fast or slow

·       Dynamics – how loud or soft

·       Duration – how long or short

·       Tone colour – how different

All students are given opportunities to play a variety of un-tuned and tuned musical percussion instruments. Simple notation is taught using graphic notation and standard musical notation. Music appreciation forms a large component of this program.

For up to date music news please read Music Matters each week in our school newsletter.

Year 2 playing xylophones in music class  year 2 boys playing xylophones in music class


Intermediate Choir singing at Christmas Concert


Leaving Schools Spec in all our props


MCUI 2017 with special guest Miss Bosman

Intermediate Choir perform I'm A Spy

Ukulele Club rehearsal