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The Arts

Rose Park community values learning in the Arts and offers a specialist Arts programme.
This programme includes specialist Performing Arts classroom tuition by two specialist teachers, provision of instrumental tuition, ensemble and wide ranging performance opportunities.

Classroom Tuition
The Australian curriculum embraces the concept of making and responding in the Arts through developing knowledge and skills in music, drama, dance, and visual and media arts.
This curriculum examines the contexts and knowledge relating to the Arts, and promotes the ability for students to make critical evaluations of their experiences. 
In addition, the Arts support the IB PYP by co-planning, supporting units of inquiry, and working on stand-alone skill-based units using the inquiry model. The Arts programme content reflects the Central Idea and is appropriate to contemporary children. This model extends their Arts skills, broadens horizons and allows a framework in which students can create and explore their personal view of themselves and their world.

Instrumental Teaching
Rose Park Primary School facilitates onsite instrumental music tuition through the Department for Education Instrumental Music (IM) programme, and through private providers.
Instrumental Music (IM) offers tuition in strings from Year 3, and woodwind and brass from Year 5, to students in a small group format. These are held weekly for thirty minutes. Tuition costs are supported by the Department, with a fee charged to parents for instrumental hire.
The school also facilitates the provision of private tuition in acoustic guitar, clarinet, drums, electric bass, guitar, flute, saxophone, recorder, and voice. Costs for these lessons are arranged between parents and providers. Instrumental hire may be arranged through the school.

Chris Narroway – Music Teacher

Kim Copeland – Performing Arts Teacher

Digital Technologies

With the exposure to technology becoming more and more prevalent in our children’s lives, we as educators have an obligation to ensure they are able to enjoy the benefits this brings, and whilst not ignoring the potential associated negatives, with correct management (at both school and home) these can be minimised. Benefits such as improved student engagement, enhanced individual learning (speed and style of learning), greater collaboration, enhancing student agency, and developing essential skills for the ever changing workplace.

The classroom of the 21st Century blends onsite and online learning, and with the use of Google Suite for Education and Chrome books, our students will enjoy a wide range of resources available to them. Students will be able to store their work safely and securely (through managed school settings), collaborate with their peers and teachers anywhere, anytime, and have access to a range of Google Apps (Word Processing, Spreadsheets, Presentation tools). By working together, the students will be able to enjoy the benefits the devices will bring, while safely navigating the pitfalls of greater access to technology.

Michael Porter – Digital Technologies Co-ordinator