Primary students focus on singing and improvising a variety of Christian music. They imitate sounds and learn to recognize differences in tempo and volume. They begin to develop skills in creating music. Foundational music development is similar to language development. Students create musical conversations, learn about rhythm, add expressive movement and play simple instruments. Math-related songs introduce students to a new way to learn; technology helps students in reading music and counting beats.The vision for the primary division is to establish a junior choir as well as instrumental ensembles to expose students to and develop their performance skills.
High school students generally develop their music skills for the purpose of performance and conceptualization of musical concepts. At this level they increase technical and interpretative skills, although music is also taught for appreciation and character building/development. Students enjoy the benefits of their hard work through performing for an audience. Extended opportunities: Secondary students meet twice per week, once for vocal music and once for instrumental lessons in piano, guitar or recorder. Three choirs/ensembles have been formed: the junior choir for years 1-3, the upper primary choir for years 4-6, and the secondary choir for years 7-12. These groups meet in addition to class time; involvement is compulsory in years 1-6 and by audition in years 7-12. Each school term includes a recital; term 1 is for Easter, term 2 is the gospel concert, term 3 is the Eisteddfod music and drama festival in Kalgoorlie, and term 4 is an instrumental recital.