SELECTED SCHOOL WORKSHOPS:
A series age-appropriate programs designed to create a deeper understanding and appreciation for Batik by learning about design compositiondetails
Students will guided to create a series of paper fastener sculptures that illustrate a variety of different characters and animals in line with a specific theme or story.details
A series of lessons planned for young children and beginners of art to draw inspiration from and to guide our young artists through the various stylesdetails
Our Hike It!Through a stimulating and informative approach, students will be introduced to monument, sculptures and sites of historical importance along the banks of the Singapore River.
Fort Canning Sculpture TrailStudents will get the opportunity to stroll back in time to Singapore’s colonial days where soldiers and a fort on Fort Canning hill stood guard
Self, social and spatial awareness are key to a child’s development. Hence, these remain at the heart of the programme. Drama Mania also aims to engender language and literacy skills through vocal training, simplified theatre games and imaginative play. The class beings with a get together song to bring the student’s focus into the classroom, this is followed by warming up the body and mind with fun-filled exercises. Subsequently, we journey beyond the classroom through creativity and imagination, as the students find and express their individualism in curated dramatic scenarios with guiding questions.
Igniting Imagination through Creative Expression
We plan to captivate Kindergarten children with drama through play and developing language dynamics by having fun in expressing their ideas. We will foster team work in the Drama classes to build social and emotional connections.
We have developed a fun discovery approach of learning through:
By fostering skills like listening, looking and touching we are linking the senses with other elements such as sound and music to stimulate imagination.
Using space, music, movement to develop emotion and logic, children would be encouraged to use their language or body language to express themselves in various scenes created or imagined.
Through our vast selection of poems, stories and speech exercises, we are integrating speech and emotion for language, to nurture an increase of awareness, group sensitivity, and the development of dramatic moments and characterization.
Drama activities are keys to the intellectual, social and emotional development of young children. Children learn as they play, pretend and imagine and would be able to:
- Use movement and facial expressions to convey feelings and emotions
- Use sounds to express character, feelings, and moods
- Demonstrate the ability to follow a simple set of steps in a dramatic task