Let's get Creative with the Curriculum - Muswellbrook, NSW

Creative Curriculum

Our Professional Development workshops give you the confidence and tools to deliver music lessons in the classroom. Covering basic elements from the F-10 music curriculum, you will develop skills, ideas, and activities for immediate use. All events are designed for both generalist classroom teachers and music specialists.

It’s easier than you think to integrate diverse and meaningful music-making experiences across the primary curriculum. This interactive workshop will explore accessible creative processes to engage students and foster a sense of imagination, connection and inclusivity, through a range of musical activities. No prior music experience is necessary. 



  • engage in creative and interactive activities involving singing, playing, moving and listening to engage and extend students in their learning  
  • scaffold activities from simple to more complex  
  • explore a range of strategies for integrating music across different Learning Areas 
"Musica Viva PD has given me so many ideas to refresh my teaching & create new learning experiences for my students."
— Deb Smith, Groves Christian College
Kirralee Williams

Currently teaching in the Faculty of Education and Arts at Australian Catholic University, Kirrili’s career has covered preschool, primary, secondary and tertiary education across four countries. She has worked as an instrumental teacher, classroom teacher, head of faculty, music school director and teacher trainer. 

In addition to her work with Musica Viva, Kirrili is a regular contributor to international educational publications and webinars. She mentors emerging teachers with the Sydney Conservatorium of Music Music Education program and the National Music Teachers’ Mentoring Program. She is the founder and director of Paperbark Publishing, an international platform providing resources for music teachers. 

Kirrili holds a Diploma in Piano Performance from the ABRSM and achieved her Master of Education from the University of Sydney following her undergraduate studies in Music and Psychology at the University of Southern Queensland. 

Event and Ticketing Details

Dates & Times

29 August   Richard Gill School, 157 Maitland St, Muswellbrook NSW 2333 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM


In Person Free

Event notes

Venue Information

Registrations/afternoon tea from 4:15pm, workshop 4:30pm – 6:30pm

Richard Gill School

157 Maitland St

Muswellbrook NSW 2333