Arts and Aesthetics
The department will develop students into individuals with a positive attitude for lifetime involvement in the creation and appreciation of the arts.
We will provide opportunities for students to be exposed to various types of music and musical cultures of other ethnic groups so that they can appreciate the arts.
Programme Highlights/Enrichment Activities
P4 Pottery Art Programme
The P4 Pottery Art program aims to provide students with the experience of ceramic work. The introductory workshop will familiarize students with materials and tools used in hand-building pottery. This involves skills like coil building, slab building, pinching and hollowing. The 6 session workshop enables pupils to create clay art. Classes to start in Term 3.
P5 Batik Painting Programme
Batik has been both an art and a craft for centuries. In this program, students learn the contemporary batik painting art form using the cold wax method. The cold wax method is safer for the students as it does not involve burning of hot wax. Students learn how to do etching and dyeing with different tools on silk and cotton cloth. By the end of the program, students will be equipped with the skills to create a beautiful Batik art. Classes to start in Term 2.
MILO (Musical Instrument Learning Opportunities)
Students from the MILO group showing their passion for music
- Andrea Verrocchio – Biography and Gallery of Art
- KinderArt – Art Lessons – Art Education The largest collection of free art lessons and art education information on the Intern
- National Gallery of Art NGAkids Art Zone
- Mr. Picassohead