Studies on cross-curriculum learning have shown it can lead to increased motivation, improvement of the learning process, encourage critical thinking, interaction and reflection and promotes teamwork between students. When combining curriculums, students make connections between subjects which in turn create richer learning opportunities as the material becomes more relevant and meaningful. Here are our favourite…Keep Reading
Breaking down educational barriers with cross-curriculum tours
Don’t miss out! Perform at the Sydney Opera House
This July, secondary music ensembles from Australia and abroad are performing in Sydney for the inaugural Australia Festival! During the festival students participate in music workshops and an adjudicated performance, they also have the exciting opportunity to meet with fellow students as they expand their music skills and repertoire. Performing at the Sydney Opera House,…Keep Reading
Join us for a musical adventure at Rhapsody Rotorua!
Are you looking for a music program to further your students skills and provide them with the opportunity to engage with other young musicians and learn from industry professionals? Rhapsody Rotorua is your answer! Registrations are now open for the 2018 festival. This unique festival held in Rotorua NZ, brings together talented music students from…Keep Reading
Performing Arts in Australia
The best thing about performing arts tours is not only do students get to build on their skills – they get to meet and interact with other like-minded students, learn from new teachers and artists and explore the sights and sounds of their tour destination. Whether your students want to act, sing or dance their…Keep Reading