Mathoura Public School students raised their voices along with 600,000 others via live streaming in the 'Music Count Us In' event.November 14, 2012 4:35am
Mathoura Public School joined 600,000 other students across Australia and participated in this year’s ‘Music Count Us In’.
It is the fifth year the school has participated in the inspiring national event.
From Kindergarten to Year 6, the Mathoura students performed Different People (Stand Together).
The live stream in Canberra was watched by the students as they joined in on the singing.
‘Music Count Us In’ is an initiative designed to promote music in the classroom and build self-confidence and teamwork in the students.
The students hope to perform the song again at their presentation night on December 12 for parents and friends of the school.
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