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Inside Teaching : June 2011
www.atra.edu.au | firstname.lastname@example.org CURRICULUM & ASSESSMENT 41 students who were involved and emotionally caught up in the concert when they were here, and the film brought back memories and made them glad they had done it. Lots of old girls come back as parents and enrol their girls in the school. Some weren’t really hooked on the music program when they were here as students, but they want their kids to be hooked on it and realise what an opportunity it is. For some kids the concert is a major part of their life; for some it’s just one part of the curriculum: but in the end, when they leave school, they can always tell you what they did for the Opera House, which I think speaks volumes. Mrs Carey’s Concert is showing now in selected cinemas. Images courtesy of Music Films. LINKS www.mrscareysconcert.com