“We encourage the prioritisation of vaccines for teachers to enable a safer environment for young people to learn in, at school,” says The Song Room CEO Alice Gerlach.
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For the first time in six years The Australian Curriculum is under review, and ACARA has called for feedback. See The Song Room’s response here.
We face a critical time in our schools. Give Aussie kids access to quality Arts Learning programs that address education gaps and provide social and emotion learning. Find out more here.
This review celebrates resilience, commitment and continuous learning in 2020. Read all about it here.
Thank you to Lotterywest and the Anthony Costa Foundation for their support of our Song Room projects and programs. Learn more about the announcement here.
Though these unprecedented times have challenged us, they have also helped us to discover new learning and to rethink who we are and what we value. Find out more here.
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Approximately three in four Australian children are currently missing out on music education in schools. Learn more
Australian children from low-income households on average don’t do as well at school as those from homes with higher incomes. Learn more
Indigenous children are less likely to take part in early childhood education, which makes their first year of school all the harder. Learn more
Research shows that involvement of students in arts and music programs has been shown to increase academic achievement Learn more
Our music and arts-based programs have been independently proven to help increase children’s literacy and numeracy levels at school. Learn more
The Song Room works in partnership with local Indigenous communities through their local schools to tailor programs based on their specific needs. Learn more