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“I love the power of music. I was shy growing up, but music enabled me to gloriously come out of my shell. I want to do the same for future generations which is why I established Make Me a Rockstar!”

~ Lauren 

All Make me a Rockstar workshops have been developed and structured incorporating the My Time, Our Place framework as well as the PDHPE and Creative Arts Education based curriculum.

MTOP Outcomes

My Time, Our Place is the Educators Guide to the framework for school-age care in Australia.


Children have a strong sense of identity

  • Children engage in activities that allow them to express themselves creatively and with curiosity, building their skills in the performing arts, resulting in more confidence and self-esteem
  • An environment that fosters fun and encouragement, leading to holistic emotional well-being and resilience
  • Children are part of the decision-making process, contributing to their own learning and those of their peers. They are able to openly express their feelings and ideas in their interactions with others, and respond appropriately to the ideas of others
  • Children engage with a talk on anti-bullying, and the puppets teach children about confidence, self-esteem and how to treat others.
  • Children develop a sense of belonging as they interact with the story, seeing themselves as the characters in the story. They develop a well-rounded view of the world and how others and themselves are perceived
  • Children build healthy relationships with their peers and educators through team-building activities
  • Children are encouraged in stepping outside of their comfort zone and doing activities that stretch them. Every child is encouraged to participate whether it be performing on a microphone, taking photos/videos, being a DJ and assisting with the music or being a helper during the performance process, increasing their leadership skills.
  • Children are able to confidently explore and engage with social and physical environments, working collaboratively with others
  • Children are encouraged to persist when faced with challenges and when first attempts are not successful. They are encouraged to show interest in others and work together as part of a group.

Children are connected with, and contribute to their world

  • Children are encouraged to cooperate with others and negotiate roles and relationships during the workshop
  • Children build on their own social experiences to explore other ways of being
  • Children learn to ‘read’ the behaviours of others and respond appropriately
  • Children are encouraged to foster an environment of positivity, listening to others’ suggestions and working together
  • Through storytelling, the children learn about acceptance of others’ cultures and ideas, developing their understanding of diversity and inclusivity
  • Children are encouraged in recycling as they are shown the banner and guitar making activities

Children have a strong sense of wellbeing

  • Children are encouraged to work in teams, building trust and confidence. They are also encouraged to celebrate the performances of their peers, and even staff.
  • Children are encouraged not to compare themselves with others, but rather celebrate their own efforts or achievements even if they might not feel so confident at the beginning. They are endorsed in managing their emotions and being able to care for the needs of others
  • Developing fine and gross motor skills through performing arts activities, movement and play

Children are confident and involved learners

  • A variety of play experiences allow children to gain confidence and skills in the performing arts. They are encouraged to freely follow and extend their own interests with enthusiasm, curiosity, energy and concentration
  • Children are encouraged to investigate, imagine and explore ideas, even if they are out of their comfort zone
  • Children are given the opportunity to initiate and lead activities and experiences
  • Some children are shown how to use the equipment and music, gaining skills in technology. All children are taught about using the microphones and equipment correctly and to their best capability. Children are encouraged to ask questions about the system

Children are effective communicators

  • Children are encouraged throughout the workshop to engage in conversations with others, working well together using verbal and non-verbal communication
  • Children interact with others to explore ideas and concepts, clarify ad challenge thinking, debate, negotiate and share new understandings
  • Children are able to express needs, develop conflict resolution skills and be able to follow directions
  • Children enjoy stories, lyrics and different styles of music, discussing their likes and dislikes with others
  • Children are able to express meaning using photography, dance, drama and music
  • Children are encouraged in banner and guitar making art and craft skills 

School Holiday Workshops

About the workshop

The Rockstar Workshop provides opportunities for kids to explore and express their personality, skills and interests through song and dance-related activities.

Children will learn the basics of simple harmonies and rhythms and insight into vocal health and techniques. All sound and lighting equipment will be provided on the day with the opportunity for kids to use the microphones.

Everyone will be engaged and laughing along with Ollie and Yazzie while gaining confidence and self-esteem through storytelling, performing and working alongside their peers.

* The minimum fee is $440 for up to 44 children

For just an additional $100, add the “Free for all” Rockstar Instrumental workshop to the Rockstar workshop

About the workshop

The “Free for all” Instrumental Improvisation Workshop includes kids and educators having fun together learning about sound and rhythm while enjoying using variety of instruments. 

This workshop can be as short as 1.5 hours up to a whole day. Enquire for more information or to get a free quote.

* The minimum fee is $440 for up to 44 children

About the workshop

Children will flourish with our Dramatic Arts Workshop. Everyone will work in groups to develop a skit. They will each contribute to creating the script and characters as well as learning valuable skills in improvisation, staging and blocking, levelling and group work while increasing their acting skills. 

This workshop will help improve confidence in their ability to improvise when under pressure. 

* The minimum fee is $450 for up to 30 children

About the workshop

Make your very own Centre Video Clip

Children will participate and contribute to making their very own music video. The experience will have everyone dressing up in costumes to perform in front of a camera, the song and dance they made together with their friends.

They will also get to observe and experience the video editing process involving green screens and special effects. 

It is important that children do not wear green clothing or their body will be invisible.

* The minimum fee is $570 for up to 35 children.

About the workshop

Children will act in front of the green screen, turning the footage into a film for them to watch after.

 Children will be given the opportunity to act in groups, watch the editing process, be part of a special effects video clip and learn how to bring everything together at the end. Children will gain confidence and self-esteem as they act in front of the screen.

It is important that children do not wear green clothing or their body will be invisible.

* The minimum fee is $880 for up to 50 children

Term Weekly Workshops

These exciting, engaging, entertaining and educational performing arts and creativity incursions are tailored to cater for all age groups. Children are given opportunities to engage in activities that support their individual learning abilities and interests allowing for the expression of personality and self-identity enhancing dispositions such as imagination, curiosity and creativity.

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