Music: Count Us In 2020
In this video series, four NSW teachers offer their advice and suggestions on using Music: Count Us In resources and program in different settings.
Music: Count Us In (MCUI) is Australia’s largest school initiative. It is the education program of Music Australia, working with partners around the country to support music in schools. The program culminates in the National Celebration Day when more than half a million students sing the same song, on the same day, at the same time – the annual Program Song. It is a song written by students, for students. The 2020 Program Song is called 'You Won’t Bring Us Down‘ , and was written by four students from around Australia in collaboration with the MCUI Ambassador John Foreman and the 2020 program Mentor Lior.
Visit the Music: Count Us In web page for more information.
- Jeff Debnam, Homebush West Public School
- Adrian Lim-Klumpes, music teacher at JJ Cahill Memorial High school, musical director for Shining Star (arts education program for students with disabilities)
- Heidi Piper, Wahroonga Public School
- Susan Sukkar, The Arts Unit, NSW Department of Education