Count Us In is Australia’s largest, annual school music initiative that involves more than 600,000 students, teachers - and often parents – from schools all over Australia. Count Us In is all about celebrating the value of music education to students’ development, whoever they are, wherever they are.
This year many Albany Hills State School classes have signed up to learn, rehearse and perform the same song, on the same day, at the same time - 11.30am on Thursday, 31st October (week 4). This year’s song is called Keep on and is all about being whatever you want to be when you grow up e.g. a farmer, doctor, artist, rock star and so on.
It would be wonderful for as many parents and caregivers as possible, to join us in the auditorium.
To listen to the song click on the following link – http://www.musiccountusin.org.au/