Annual School Production
In first semester each year we stage a school musical production, in association with St John’s Lutheran Primary School and All Saints Parish Primary School. This production is open to all students from Year 5 – 12. As well as enhancing performance skills, the Bayview students take on a leadership role in working with the Primary students. In May 2020 we will be staging Roald Dahl’s Matilda: The Musical, Book by Dennis Kelly and Music & Lyrics by Tim Minchin.
2019 All Shook Up
2018 Annie Jnr
2017 The Little Mermaid Jnr
2016 Seussical Jnr
2014 Bugsy Malone
Bayview Drama Club
In Term 3 the senior students stage a short play in our own Performing Arts Centre. Students are engaged in all aspects of this production learning the skills of design, lighting and costuming.
2018 James and the Giant Peach
The Bayview Choir group meets weekly and learns a range of repertoire including contemporary songs and choral classics. The Choir is open to anyone interested in singing.
The Bayview stables are used on a daily basis for Group Jam/Band Lunchtime Workshops. Students and staff are involved in peer to peer coaching and and the group is developing the skills and confidence in group music making.
Bayview College is very pleased that local musicians Rosie Collins and Jess Cook facilitate a private music program offering students a variety of musical workshops that include weekly instrumental tuition. a
Depending on student interest, tuition is available on the following instruments:
- Drum Kit
- Acoustic Guitar
- Bass Guitar
All students involved in the music program will learn to tune their instrument, read music, tabs and chord charts, plus the very useful skill of ‘playing by ear’.
Lessons are held during school hours.¨
BAYVIEW IS ABLE TO PROVIDE SOME INSTRUMENTS, FOR STUDENTS TO USE AT SCHOOL, DURING THEIR LESSON.
All families will be invoiced at the start of the term and parents have 2 weeks to pay fees in full to Rosie Collins directly, to confirm a position in the program.
Please don’t hesitate to call Rosie Collins on 0437 784 078 or Jess Cook on 0400 062 492 if you require any further information.