Australia Chairman Dan bans Melbourne school kids from singing in class

03:30  15 october  2020
03:30  15 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Shut your mouths: Dan Andrews bans Melbourne school kids from singing amid fears children A primary school student on the Mornington Peninsula was banned from song Melbourne school kids only returned to class this week after months at home

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Melbourne school children who dared to break into song in class this week after months of home schooling have been told to keep their traps firmly shut.

Children in all year levels apart from grades eight to 10 returned to Melbourne schools this week after months of miserable home schooling.

But some excited children who innocently rolled out a tune in class have been told to cut it out.

Under Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews' COVID-safe return to school decree, kiddies are not allowed to sing.

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Nor are they allowed to play woodwind or brass instruments.

School choirs have been axed, with some strict teachers warning children that all singing in class is indefinitely banned.

Daily Mail Australia has been told schools as far away as the Mornington Peninsula, which has fought to free itself of Melbourne's plagued metropolitan status, have warned primary school children not to sing.

'Can you believe the boys came home from school today and were both told they can't sing in class,' one shocked parent said.

'Department of Education idiots under the helm of Labor morons.'

While most parents are reluctant to rock the boat with educators after spending months home schooling their kids, Daily Mail Australia has been told the ban on music and song has come as another slap in the face.

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Melbourne High School is a government-funded single-sex academically selective secondary day school for boys, located in the Melbourne suburb of South Yarra, Victoria, Australia.

Many children, whom had no choice in selecting the instruments they were assigned by their teachers, had already struggled to learn their wind instruments from home.

The rules have been implemented despite all Melbourne school children being forced to wear masks and socially distance.

It is understood the bans have not gone down well with all teachers, with some  appealing to the premier to overturn them.

One teacher told The Age this week that students were 'devastated' that music classes could not go ahead as expected.

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Schools in Melbourne follow the Australian education system, which offers education at primary, secondary, and tertiary levels. Education in Primary and Secondary school is mandatory from the age of 6 to 17. Generally, children go to school for 13 years under the following categories

'We have been giving lessons via remote learning, teaching from our homes,' she said.

'That can’t continue because students will actually be on site, so they can’t do online lessons at school because they still can’t play their instruments like they’ve been able to at home.'

The Australian Band and Orchestra Directors' Association has already written to the Victorian government urging it to approve a COVID-safe way of teaching music.

In Queensland and New South Wales, the latter of which continues to suffer more active cases of COVID-19 than Victoria, music classes continue.

On Thursday, Victoria recorded six new cases of coronavirus, with metropolitan Melbourne’s 14-day average dipping again to 8.9 — down from 9.6 on Wednesday.

Educators argue there has not been a single incidence of COVID-19 transmission in Australia via music classes.

Along with bans on swimming lessons, sports and all kinds of other ordinary activities undertaken by children across the globe, music educators fear children will lose their motivation after months of remote music classes.

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A Victorian Department of Health and Human Services spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia it continued to work with the education department to re-introduce music to Melbourne schools.

'Updated health advice allows schools in regional Victoria to conduct individual tuition and small ensemble groups (10 or less participants) outdoors, with physical distancing and other hygiene measures where possible,' she stated.

As it stands, singing, choirs and woodwind/brass instruments can only be used 'where required for essential assessments'.

The health department claims the rules as based on 'evidence regarding the potential spread of aerosols and droplets from the use of woodwind instruments and singing and voice projection'.

Schools have been told that children who need to prepare for essential assessments ought practice outside, 'with physical distancing and other hygiene measures where possible'.

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