Humpybong State School prides itself on the artistic opportunities we offer our students.
Our Specialist Classroom Music Teacher provides weekly lessons for students from Prep-Year 6 with a focus on reading and composing music on instruments such as the recorder, ukulele and glockenspiel.
We have both a Senior and Junior choir that rehearses each week and performs at both school events and external community events, such as local fetes, community celebrations and retirement villages.
Students can join the Strings and Multi Instrumental Program in the senior school, with weekly lessons provided by a visiting specialist teacher. Students can then join the ensembles and bands which perform at school events and compete every year at the Peninsula Music Festival.
A highlight of our school calendar are the bi-annual Music Recital Nights showcasing the talents of our instrumental students and choirs.
Students can also participate in lunch time musical clubs including Recorder Karate and Drumming Club.
As a school we are fortunate to have an Arts Specialist Teacher who provides weekly lessons to Years 1-6 students with a focus on Visual Art, Drama and Media. The students' visual art pieces are showcased at our annual Art Show. The official Art Show opening is sponsored by the P&C and also includes local community artists sharing their talents.
As an extra-curricular opportunity, students can elect to join our Wakakirri dance group that rehearses after school in preparation for the annual nation-wide Wakakirri story dance event.
At the end of each school year we hold the H Factor talent show, allowing students from Years 1-6 to perform on our hall stage for the whole school, in a celebration of the school year and the many talents of our students.