The musical program strikes a chord in Araluen


Budding Araluen Primary School, Sale, musicians with a selection of new instruments.

Most of the pupils of the Araluen primary school in Sale participate in the school’s new instrumental program.
Entitled AIM HIGH (Araluen Instrumental Musicians: Hands-on, Inclusive, Growth Mindset, Harmony), the program aims to give students the opportunity to learn an instrument of their choice in small groups, with all instruments provided.
Araluen’s dedicated music teacher, Ros Detering, is determined to make the most of the opportunity to give students hands-on access to a wide range of instruments including drums, electric guitars, saxophones, trumpets and violins.

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