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Engadine High School

Dance @ EHS

14 Sep 2017


Dance involves the development of physical skill as well as aesthetic and artistic understanding. Our aim is to encourage students to develop knowledge and understanding, skills and attitudes in Performing, Composing and Appreciation - to study Dance as an ‘Art form’.

Years 9-12:

  • Contemporary dance technique

  • Composition and choreographic skills

  • Performance Quality skills

  • Musical Theatre

  • Dance Film

  • Appreciation


Stage 5 Dance Syllabus



05 Sep 2017


Students are offered opportunities to experience playing a wide range of instruments, learning about music through the ages.  They compose their own music in a variety of styles using traditional methods and emerging technologies. 


This popular elective builds on our stage 4 program immersing our students in a world of creativity.  Listening, analysing and learning about music, developing performance skills and producing innovative and diverse compositions utilising our state of the art composition lab.

·         Link to 7 - 10 syllabus


Music 1 is a course for musicians who enjoy contemporary performance and also offers elective choices in composition and musicology. 

Music 2 is designed to provide an artistic program that not only provides opportunities to enhance performance and composition skills but also develop a deeper understanding of music through analysis and research.

Music Extension is In addition to Music 2 and students are able to advance their learning through the HSC extension program in Performance, Composition or Musicology.

·         Music 1 Syllabus

Music 2 and Extension Syllabus


Footy Colours Day

01 Sep 2017

Friday, 15 September

Wear your favourite footy colours with your school uniform

$2 donation for the Fight Cancer Foundation

Hot dogs and drinks on sale at lunch

Soccer round robin comp on the oval

Entertainment Industry

10 Aug 2017

Entertainment Industry

This 2 year course offers students the opportunity to attain a Certificate III in Live Production and Services, which is a recognised TAFE qualification. Students are given opportunities to work both at school with our state of the art equipment and also in Entertainment Industry work placements to attain knowledge and skills in sound, lighting, staging and vision based competencies.

Competencies include:

  • Undertake live audio operations
  • Operate Basic Lighting
  • Operate Vision Systems
  • Assist with production operations for live performances
  • Work Effectively backstage during performances
  • Operate sound reinforcement systems
  • Assist with bump in and bump out of shows
  • Use power tools or hand held operations
  • Install and operate follow spots
  • Participate in collaborative creative projects
  • Apply work health and safety practices - including attaining a white card
  • Work effectively in the creative arts industry

40 Hour Famine Backpack Challenge

10 Aug 2017

Good luck to our 140 participants this weekend. As of today the 11th of August we are the second highest fundraisers in Australia raising $17,013.