November 30

Get Your Kids Talking About the Music!

Many parents asked at parent conference, ‘What can I do to help my child in music?’ My answer was the same for everyone, ‘Let your children listen to as much music as possible, and try and vary the music they listen to’.

Now, can we take this a step further? When they are listening to a piece of music, whatever it may be, try asking them some of these questions to get their music brain working a little bit harder! 

  • Where do you think this music sounds like it comes from? What country? What makes you think that?
  • Do you hear a voice or voices singing the songs? What kind of voice(s)? A man? A woman? Children? Many people? Do they sing in the same language we speak, or a different one?
  • What kind of instruments do you hear? Do they sound like instruments with strings? Do you hear drums? How do you think people play these instruments — with bows or sticks or their hands or their mouths?
  • Do you think this kind of music was created for dancing, or relaxing, or for lullabies, or to tell a story? Does this music make you want to dance?
  • How does this music make you feel? Is it happy music, sad music, scary music, funny music, or another kind?
  • How do you think the people playing the music are feeling?

Family playing guitar

November 17

Grade 2 Musical – WOW!!!

Thank you so much to all the parents who came and watched the grade 2 musical yesterday. The children did such an amazing job and have worked so hard over the past 8 weeks to make it such a wonderful performance.

If you would like to watch the performance, please click on the link below. You can send this link to family all around the world!


If you have children in KG2 and Grade 1, they got the opportunity to watch this amazing musical yesterday. Ask them about it! They might even want to watch the show again 🙂

November 15


Grade 2 – MUSICAL!!

Don’t forget that tomorrow, MONDAY 16th NOVEMBER is our Grade 2 Musical.


Parents of children in Grade 2 please come along and support the children.

We will be in the MPH from 8am, with an 8.15am prompt start.