Heart.Beat. Newsletter. Start of Term 2. 2021

We’re right back into the swing of things for Term 2 and enjoying being back in class in person.

If you weren’t already aware, all Term 2 students enrolled in the full term also gain access to our Online Course as part of your enrolment! This is so your child won’t miss out if your child, you or even your teacher is unwell. Of course you can also access the classes for extra fun and learning at home between your in-person lessons! Login to your Mini Maestros online classes here.

What Happens in Term 2?

Things start to settle in Term 2 as the children pick up from the skills they developed in Term 1 and get to take their confidence to the next level. Meanwhile we have many new students continuing to join us through the term.

In Term 2 singing voices are stronger, and more class participation can be expected as confidence grows. If you want to support your child even more to achieve the learning outcomes in Term 2, you could do some sessions at home between in-person classes with the Online Course.

To learn more about the different age groups and what they are doing in Term 2 you can watch the video above or read this article.




Meet Our Franchisees


Meet Our Franchisees

Sisters Alison Cusack (pictured left above) and Linda Repic (pictured right above) are the co-owners/operators of Craigieburn & Mickleham. We asked these lovely ladies a few questions so you can get to know them better and this is what they had to say.

Question 1: Assuming you already have food and water, what 3 things would you take to a deserted island?

ALISON: "My dog - because he's always so happy, so being on a deserted island would never be lonely. My family photo album. A blanket - because I can't stand to be cold!!"

LINDA: "If my family isn't allowed I would take my pillow, I take my pillow everywhere. A blanket. Sunscreen!"




Apple Tree Comp


Apple Tree Colouring/Decorating Competition

For your chance to win a gift voucher for our Term 3 Online Course valued between $100-$120 depending on age group to give away to a friend who has never tried Mini Maestros.

All you need to do is download this Apple Tree image here, and get creative! When your done, take a photo of your creation and send it to us via the app or by replying to this email. Entries close May 15th 2021.

Winner will be announced over our social channels by the end of May and in our next edition of Heart.Beat.






Term 2 New Venues and Days

Black Rock – St. Joseph's Primary | Saturdays | From May 22nd

Dromana | Fridays

Ivanhoe | Wednesdays | From May 12th

North Epping - All Saints | Tuesdays

Also, Berwick Gwendoline has changed to Berwick Leisure Centre




New Venues


Want to Teach Mini Maestros Classes?

If you love the idea of hopping around the room like a kangaroo and getting paid for it, perhaps its time to join Mini Maestros as a teacher or as a business owner? If you love working with children and can sing, or you know someone who does and may be interested, we have various teaching positions available at various locations as well as the opportunity to own your own Mini Maestros franchise!

Click here to learn about our current teaching positions, or send in your CV with your location, or visit our franchise information page to see if owning your own Mini Maestros franchise is the right fit for you.




Winners Announced


Winners Announced

Thank you so much Teigan from Ethicool Books and author Sharna Carter for the wonderful prizes. The Watermelon Pip competition was very popular. Congratulations to Teresa and her son Alexander who attend Ivanhoe classes for being our first prize winners. Further congratulations go out to Bronwyn and her daughter Sofia who attend our Craigieburn classes for being our 2nd prize winners. Thank you to everyone who entered the competition. The picture seen above is first prize winner Alexander with his prizes and his father.




Fun Music Facts


Fun Music Facts

Brought to you from our friends at 3MBS.

When you hear the term woodwind, does it surprise you to learn that musical instruments in the woodwind family are not all made from wood? This family of instruments which including flutes, clarinets, bassoons, and oboes, sometimes have instruments made out of plastic or metal, not just of wood like the name suggests.



Do You Have a Story, 'Bumblebee Travels' Entry or Photo to Share?

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