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Breakfast Club

Our school Chaplain, Chappy Sam, works with local community members to provide a weekly breakfast program at no cost, available to all school students from 8am every Monday and Thursday. 

Instrumental Music

The Instrumental Music Program (IMP) is a State Government initiative providing small group tuition and ensemble experience to eligible Year 4-6 students.
 
The Maroochydore SS IMP is currently run by Garry Buckley, Insrumental Music Teacher.
Members of the Instrumental Music Program attend Concert Band rehearsals as a group each Wednesday morning from 8.30am until 9.00am, in addition to attending a small group lesson (3-8 students) throughout the day.
 
Instruments:
Brass: Trumpet, Trombone, Tuba
Woodwind: Flute, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Bass Clarinet     
Percussion: All available instruments
 
The cost is $30 per year for tuition and $40 per year for instrument hire. Most students are provided with instruments for the first year and then asked to purchase their own for subsequent years. Students with their own instruments may apply for tuition only at any time.
 
All Year 3 students will be tested for suitability in Term 4 and offers provided thereafter for the following year.

School Choir

The Maroochydore SS Choir meets every Monday in the Music Room from 10.30am until 11.00am. Students from Year 3 and above are welcome to attend. The songs are modern and fun, the atmosphere non-stressful and performance opportunities are provided throughout the year. Students learn to sing in part harmony and read notated music which can enhance other musical pursuits.
 

Computers and Internet 

To ensure that the latest technologies are accessible to all students, our school provides all students in years 3 – 6 with an ipad to use at school.   Prep, Year 1 and 2 have access to class sets of ipads to use during class lessons.
 
Our school also has a fully functioning computer lab in our resource center and four mini labs amongst the classrooms.  Teachers use these technologies to help deliver the current Australian curriculum and prepare children for their future.
 

There is no requirement or need for students to bring their own computer devices to school.