Visual and Performing Arts provide avenues and opportunities for students to find their interest and to develop themselves. The school offers a varied of CCAs in this category to allow them to deepen their interest and hone their skills.
The Chinese Dance CCA aims to teach students basic dance movements and techniques. It instills appreciation of dance, music and the beauty of Chinese cultural. The CCA is an excellent platform for the students to develop their motor skills through dance movement. It also builds the students’ self-confidence and inculcates values such as teamwork, cooperation and discipline in them.
Students are given the opportunities to take part in the SYF Arts Presentation as well as in various community performances.
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The Drama Club programme is designed to provide students who are interested in theatre skits with an opportunity to perform various plays in school and public. Students are taught the theatre techniques, stage production and script writing.
The programme does not only impart acting skills, as we also believe in teaching students’ life skills. Students are taught to build confidence and overcome the fear of public speaking. Students learn how to think creatively through role-playing. They also learn about the importance of teamwork as they collaborate and contribute for the greater success of the entire group.
Students will have an opportunity to perform in school or in public.
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Guzheng (古筝), is a Chinese musical instrument that has a history dating back to 500 B.C. Playing the Guzheng is an excellent way to broaden pupils’ knowledge in the Chinese culture and history.
The Guzheng CCA has performed in many school and external events. Through their participation in the CCA, students learn the technique of playing this ancient instrument expressively. While doing so , they also learn the school values of teamwork and passion.
Accomplishment Award in the 2014 & 2016 SYF
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In the Malay Dance CCA, students are given opportunity to learn the basic steps in Malay Dance and exposure to different dance genre. In the course, they build their self-confidence through stage racial performances, develop team spirit and encourage multi-racial participation.
The CCA also instills the students’ passion and appreciation of the performing arts. It also helps the students to enhance their cultural awareness as they get to understand each other better and work with each other closer together to achieve the desired goals.
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The Show Choir CCA is about integrating coordinated modern dance choreography with strong vocal singing skills. Regardless of musical background, we welcome all students who are interested and provide a platform for them to discover and display their talents in Music, song, dance and leadership. We strive to nurture the passion and confidence for performing in our pupils by providing them with multiple opportunities both in and out of school.
In school performances
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String Ensemble CCA aims to nurture and develop students’ passion in learning music/violin. We also aim to provide opportunities for our students to perform in schools or in public settings.
String Ensemble performed at White Sands Library in June 2016 of the piece “You Raise Me Up”. Students also have the opportunity to interact with the audience and introduce to them about violin.
Pupils performing at White Sands Library in June 2016.
Performing a song for the P3 during P3 CCA Orientation
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Students in the Art Club are given the opportunity to express their creativity through crafts work. They are taught how to use recycled materials to produce beautiful crafts that be used. Selected students also participate in the Singapore Youth Festival 2017 to hone their skills and talents.
As part of Racial Harmony Day Celebration in 2016, our students shared their learning with their peers from Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore (CPAS). It was a enriching experience for the students.
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