Performing Arts High puts on show for NSW Minister

NSW Arts Minister John Graham has dropped into Granville South Creative and Performing Arts High School to see the amazing work being done at the school.

Along with State MP for Granville, Julia Finn, he also met the school captains and heard from students about the school’s highly successful ensemble program.
Students in the school’s gifted and talented creative and performing arts ensemble classes undertake five hours of specialist extension workshops and perform with students from all stages at multiple school and community events.
The school believes students with a talent in the creative and performing arts, need to learn with like-minded children guided by teachers who have a commitment to excellence in teaching and learning.
In recent years, Ms Finn has regularly attended the “Our Spectacular” at Sydney Opera House, which was the brainchild of on of the school’s teacher Kipi Fifita and only two months ago, the 20th anniversary event saw more than 1,400 students performing to a sold-out audience.
“It was a wonderful opportunity to showcase the talents of local students, and for Minister Graham to learn more about the work of students and teachers at Granville South,” Ms Finn said.