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Overview

Music develops intellectual, aesthetic and cultural understanding through the practical development of instrumental ability and exploring the organisation of sound (composition). Students develop skills in preparing programs of music as a member of a group, or as a soloist. This study is suited to students who have an interest in contemporary, classical, orchestral or voice repertoire. The subject also provides significant opportunity for those primarily interested in composition.

Students enrolled in this study are expected to take Instrumental music lessons. Lessons are 45 minutes in length and occur on a weekly basis through the school term. Lessons are delivered by specialist instrumental tutors. Instrumental music lessons are provided at an additional cost to the Unit enrolment fee.

  • Commencing 30 January 2023
  • Apply before 31 October 2022
  • Duration 2 Semesters
  • Hours per week Live lessons are 2 periods per week and self-paced is 4-6 hours
  • Fees View fees
  • Department Music

Unit focus areas

Music Units 1 and 2 – Music performance and preparing for performance and music language

Pre-requisites

It is assumed students have some instrumental experience and that weekly lessons will be taken throughout the study.

Assessments

Students complete a range of outcomes and classwork as part of Units 1 and 2. A solo performance, group performance, organisation of sound (composition) and aural comprehension examination are undertaken at the end of each unit.

Enrolments and assessments

Some important information regarding enrolments and assessments.

Using the Victorian Assessment Software System (VASS), a student is enroled in each of their subjects with both (a) a home school and (b) an assessing school. For more information about enrolments and assessments and what needs to be completed please click the button below to read further information

Integrating technology for learning

The Haileybury Pangea learning community has been designed from the ground up by our brilliant teachers working alongside international researchers in blended learning.

FAQs

Who can study at Haileybury Pangea?
Does a parent or guardian need to be at home during lesson and study time?
What type of computer do I need?
What are the fees to attend Haileybury Pangea?
If I enrol with Haileybury Pangea, am I also enroled at Haileybury?
Can I attend a free trial of a Haileybury Pangea class before I enrol?
Is there a test students must take to attend Haileybury Pangea?

Who can study at Haileybury Pangea?

VCE single subjects are run over two semesters and are available to students from Years 10-12.

Does a parent or guardian need to be at home during lesson and study time?

Yes, a parent or guardian does need to be at home during lesson time. Please see the Haileybury Pangea business notice for further clarification. Parents are responsible for ensuring adequate supervision of children while they are engaging in learning online

What type of computer do I need?

Equipment and accessories:

  • Laptop (MS Windows or Mac)
  • External monitors (Highly Recommended)
  • USB/USB C wired headsets
  • USB web cameras (optional)
  • Keyboards & Mouse
  • Laptop stand (optional)

Computer minimum specifications:
Processor: Intel Core i501135G7 minimum
Screen: 13.3" diagonal, FHD (1920 x 1080), touch enabled minimum
Memory: 16GB (DDR4) minimum
Hard Drive: 512GB NVMe SSD
Networking: Wi-Fi 6 (2x2)
Bluetooth: Bluetooth 5.0
End Point Protection: Must have an antivirus/anti-malware/anti-ransomware software protection for the duration of the device being used for Haileybury Pangea's coursework
Webcam: 1080p HD webcam minimum
Connectivity: 2 x Thunderbolt 4 with USB4 Type-C, 2 x Super speed USB Type-A. 1 x HDMI 2.0 input
Operating System: Windows 10 Pro 64 or latest version of Mac OS
Stylus: Recommended

If you are unable to meet these technical requirements, we cannot confirm your eligibility for Haileybury Pangea.


What are the fees to attend Haileybury Pangea?

Haileybury Pangea VCE single subjects are offered at $4,000 per subject per annum.

If I enrol with Haileybury Pangea, am I also enroled at Haileybury?

No – Haileybury Pangea is a separate campus and enrolments into the online school are independent of on-campus. Students enrol at Haileybury Pangea exclusively.

Can I attend a free trial of a Haileybury Pangea class before I enrol?

Yes, we will be hosting regular virtual events where students can participate in an online learning experience. Students can see how teachers will deliver the classes, utilise the online platform and see how students and teachers will interact. Click here to register your interest.

Is there a test students must take to attend Haileybury Pangea?

Haileybury Pangea is proudly an open entry school. We welcome all students. Students complete a range of entry tests dependent on the subjects to determine the appropriate academic pathway.

For a full list of FAQs see our Frequently Asked Question page