Treendale Primary School offers an exciting and engaging Music Program from Pre-Primary through to Year 6, providing the opportunity for all students to be musically literate and to foster lifelong respect and love for music. Students are making and responding to music in accordance with the WA Curriculum, by actively listening, analysing, performing, improvising, and composing music to develop their musicianship skills and appreciation for the subject. Years 1 to 6 students attend specialist Music lessons, while Pre-Primary students explore music in their classroom.
Lessons include a variety of learning opportunities through singing, games, exploration and play on instruments, movement, and ensemble work. Students experience different musical styles and genres from around the world, with a strong focus on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander music from Noongar country and across Australia.
A number of optional ensembles are available as extra-curricula opportunities for students to build on their musicianship skills through shared music making and promote an excitement and love for sharing musical experiences with others. Choir is offered to Years 3 to 6 students, and Taiko Team and Uke Club are offered to Years 4 to 6 students. Ensemble work builds confidence, technical skills, team work, self-discipline and is so much fun!
Each year, a number of Upper Primary students are invited to join The Department of Education’s specialised School of Instrumental Music Program. Students accepted into this program are given weekly lessons on flute, guitar or percussion.

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