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Music curriculum

VISS boasts a constantly evolving music programme across Primary, Middle and Senior School. The times and days of these activities are published at the start of each term in the student Daily Org and advertised on posters around the school. They are organised by our classroom music specialists, are free of charge and take place during lunchtime and after school. These will include:

  • Primary School Production

  • Secondary School Production

  • Secondary Vocal Group


If interested, please contact your child’s classroom music specialist teacher for further information:

Mr Ryan Brown

Director of Performing Arts (P-12):


Music Academy

Through our Co-curriculum programme, we offer our Primary, Middle and Secondary School students an opportunity to develop and enjoy their music beyond the classroom. Download the application form here with the hyperlink to the form.

Why should my child learn to play an instrument?

For 20 years, scientific research has found that learning to play an instrument is the best form of exercise for the brain. Through regular and disciplined practice students can:

  • Raise their general cognitive capacity.

  • Raise the level of executive function.

  • Learn discipline through focus and listening to others.

  • Learn how to cooperate with others.

  • Work independently of others.

  • Improve the ability to solve problems creatively.

  • Learn a new skill.

  • Be creative and expressive.


For further details, about How playing an instrument benefits your brain

For more information about our programme please contact Mrs Anne Stearns


For more information and to download our brochure please click here for information on our Instrumental Lesson Programme

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