iNStRUMENtAL MUSiC PROGRAM - Rehoboth Christian College

iNStRUMENtAL MUSiC PROGRAM - Rehoboth Christian College

Rehoboth Christian College Instrumental Music Program Information Handbook 2017 Foreword Rehoboth Christian College invites you to We currently of...

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Rehoboth Christian College

Instrumental Music Program Information Handbook 2017

Foreword Rehoboth Christian College invites you to

We currently offer tuition across eight

become

instruments, and also a variety of music

a

part

of

its

expanding

Instrumental Music Program (IMP). Music

ensembles

at

both

of

our

College

lessons are an important part of the

campuses, where your child can be

overall education that we provide to our

practically involved in making music with

students. Our aim is to enrich the lives of

other students.

young people through the passion and love of music and instrumental practice. Together

Make a joyful noise unto the Lord. - Psalm 66:1

with

our

classroom

music

programs, we hope to provide Year 1 to Learning

an

commitment,

instrument critical

enhances

assessment

and

time management, and also improves

12 students with a musically enriching experience that fosters a lifelong interest and love for music.

musical and creative skills. Recent studies suggest that learning an instrument can improve scholastic performance. Most

We look forward to having you join us in

importantly,

the IMP at Rehoboth. To God be the

creating

music

gives

enjoyment and a sense of achievement to students, boosting their confidence levels.

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glory!

Music Staff 2017 CLASSROOM MUSIC STAFF

PERIPATETIC STAFF

Primary Music Teacher

Miss K Goh

Clarinet

Miss A Allen

Secondary Music Teacher

Miss J Khoo

Drums

Mr R King

Flute

Mrs M Blok

Guitar

Mr S Thomson

Piano

Miss J Khoo

ADMINISTRATION Business Office Manager

Mrs R Fairlamb

Business Office Administration

Mrs T Potter

IMP Coordinator

Miss J Khoo

Mrs A Stevenson Saxophone

Miss A Allen

Violin

Miss M Fong

Voice

Mrs T Fowler

All IMP-related forms are available on the school website. For more information, please contact Miss J Khoo, IMP Coordinator, at [email protected]

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Music Ensembles Getting involved in music ensembles is a fun and practical way of developing musical, social and performance skills. Students who are part of the IMP are strongly encouraged to participate in one of the music ensembles we have on offer at Rehoboth. KENWICK

WILSON



Primary Choir



Primary Choir



Secondary Choir



School Band



Junior Worship Band



Senior Worship Band

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Program Information Lesson Options

Fees

IMP lessons are available to all

Fees for IMP lessons are as follows:

students at the College. Lessons are 30 minutes in length. Students are able to undertake

Group tuition is available for all instruments except drums, and is offered up to a maximum of two students. Tutors will aim to provide students with one lesson per week for each school term. In the event that are

students

unable

with

this

to

$33 for individual lesson



$16.50 for group lesson

Fees are charged by the term, and

individual or group tuition.

tutors



provide

number

of

lessons per term, a refund will be

will be added to your school account at the start of every term. The number of lessons charged for will be equal to the number of weeks in that term. Lessons will run up to the end of each term, unless otherwise advised by the tutor. Year 12 students will have their last day of tuition on Friday, 20 October, and Year 11 students will have theirs on Friday, 10 November.

credited to your school account

It is expected that fees be paid in full

at the end of the term.

before the commencement of each term’s lessons.

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Enrolment Periods

Timetables

Attendance

commence

Lessons are held during the school

Students are expected to attend

instrumental tuition at the start of

day, on the same day each week.

lessons regularly and punctually.

each term. Lessons may not be

Tutors

rotating

Make-up lessons can be arranged

commenced partway through a

timetable, to ensure that students are

for lessons if sufficient notice is

term.

not missing out on the same class

given. Tutors will provide parents

each week.

with their contact details at the

Students

may

Students

will

be

automatically re-enrolled at the end

of

each

year,

unless

a

‘Request to Withdraw Form’ has been completed and returned. Enrolment periods are as follows: 

3rd February, for Term 1 start



7th April, for Term 2 start

operate

on

a

Lessons are available before or after school by agreement with the tutor.

If sufficient notice is given to

Priority

tutors, lessons will not be charged

will

be

given

to

senior

for that week. Lessons missed

secondary students.

Expectations of Students Students in Years 1 to 3 will be



30th June, for Term 3 start



22nd

September, for Term 4 start

commencement of lessons.

collected from their classrooms by their music tutor each week. Students in Years 4-12 are responsible for remembering to attend lessons on their own. It is the student’s responsibility to catch up on any class work missed while attending an IMP lesson.

without adequate notice will be charged.

The

conditions

stated below:

ILLNESS In the event of sudden illness, the tutor must be notified before 8.00am on the day of the lesson.

TESTS/EXAMS/EXCURSIONS In the event of in-school activities such as tests, exams or excursions, the tutor must be notified at least one week in advance.

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are

EXTENDED ABSENCES In

the

event

discontinued at the end of each

of

extended

absences, the IMP Coordinator must be notified of this to avoid lessons being charged during the period of absence.

Additional Costs

term, and only with written notice on

the

appropriate

Withdrawal

forms

forms.

(available

online) must be received by the last day of each term to withdraw from the Program at the end of

Students will require their own instrument

to

practice

on.

Tutors will be able to provide more information on suitable instruments to purchase or hire. The College has a limited

Student Progress

that term.

Student reports are issued at the

The closing dates for withdrawal

end of each semester. This is a

forms are as follows:

means for tutors to provide formal



7th April, for Term 1 withdrawal

will communicate to parents



30th June, Term 2 withdrawal

when required.



22nd

number of instruments for hire.

feedback on students’ progress. Parents should maintain regular contact

with

their

child’s

provide

their

progress,

at-home

and

assistance

where necessary.

Students

are

September,

Term

3

withdrawal 

8th

December,

Term

4

withdrawal Outside of these dates, another

Discontinuing Lessons expected

four weeks of tuition will be given to

undertake lessons for at least one term. Lessons can only be

may

also

require

music books, which the tutor

instrumental tutor in order to monitor

Students

and charged before lessons will cease. Special consideration may be granted at the discretion of the IMP Coordinator.

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REHOBOTH CHRISTIAN COLLEGE WILSON CAMPUS (K-6) 22 Dalton Place, Wilson, WA 6107 Phone: +61 8 9458 3637 | Fax: 08 9356 1379 | Email: [email protected]

KENWICK CAMPUS (K-12) 94 Kenwick Road, Kenwick WA 6107
 PRIMARY Phone: +61 8 9452 1245 | Fax: 08 9452 7811 | Email: [email protected] SECONDARY Phone: +61 8 9459 7700 | Fax 08 9493 2851 | Email: [email protected]

BUSINESS OFFICE 92 Kenwick Rd, Kenwick WA 6107 Postal Address PO Box 82, Cannington WA 6987 Phone: +61 8 9452 1833 | Fax: 08 9452 1944 | Email: [email protected]