​​Music learning combines listening, performing and composing activities. These activities, developed sequentially, enhance students’ capacity to perceive and understand music.

As students progress in their study of Music, they learn to value and appreciate the power of music to transform the heart, soul, mind and spirit of the individual. In this way students develop an aesthetic appreciation and enjoyment of music.​

Learning and teaching support

  1. Music structure

    On VCAA website

  2. Music levels

    On VCAA website

  3. Music curriculum planning

    On VCAA website

  4. Music teaching resources

    On FUSE website

  5. Victorian State Schools Spectacular

    Find out how to get involved in this year's spectacular.

  6. Quality music education framework

    Support for school leaders to plan and strengthen their school music programs.

  7. Music education guide

    On VCAA website

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