In the curriculum the arts includes dance, drama, media arts, music, visual arts and visual communication design.

The arts enable students to develop their creative and expressive capacities by learning about the different practices, disciplines and traditions that have shaped the expression of culture locally, nationally and globally.


Arts news​

Premier’s 2019 VCE Award winners announced

Winners of the 2019 Premier’s VCE Awards Tamsyn Lovass and Jordan Blanch haven’t let coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions slow their progress in two very different fields

New design for Prep Bags 2020

2019 Top Arts, Top Designs and 2018 Premier’s VCE Awards Art and Design students participated in a competition to create a 2020 Prep bag design.

Students get ready to be Spectacular at Melbourne Arena

Over 3000 students from across Victoria are running through their final rehearsals in preparation to perform at Melbourne Arena next weekend.

Spectacular Narre Warren South P-12

Narre Warren South P-12 College is celebrating their cultural diversity and successful music program at the Victorian State Schools Spectacular.

Students create modern solutions at Top Designs

Fashion, graphic design, short films and electronic devices created by 2018 VCE students are on display at the Melbourne Museum as part of Top Designs.

Voice for Change puts students in the spotlight

With the help of professional mentors, secondary school students wrote, produced and performed their own single.

2019 Prep bags are ready to go

Government school children will receive a library bag of goodies in the first week of Term 1, including free books.

Bringing Koorie stories to life at St Georges Road Primary School

Earlier this year, St Georges Road Primary School’s Year 5 students interpreted the Aboriginal story ‘How the Murray River was Made’ through a tiled three-panelled mural.