Performing Arts & Visual Arts
Malay Dance (For Boys and Girls)
Malay Dance CCA is a unique form of exercise because it provides the heart-healthy benefits of an aerobic exercise while also allowing you to have FUN! Dancing helps to reduce stress, increase energy, improve strength and increase muscle tone and coordination.
In the Malay Dance CCA, students learn and explore the traditional Malay performing arts. The CCA instils passion and appreciation of the performing arts in the students. It also helps the students to enhance their cultural awareness.
Malay Dance exposes students to a healthy and fun lifestyle by keeping fit with the dance moves and building friendship. Through the CCA, the students get to understand each other better and work with each other together to achieve the desired goals.
During the course of practice, students build their self-confidence through stage performances, develop team spirit and encourage multi-racial participation. Most importantly, students learn to respect others and be responsible for their own learning. The growth mindset to constantly improve on one’s skills is built in the CCA.
In school performances
· Hari Raya celebrations
· Racial Harmony
· Prize-giving ceremonies
· Pasir Ris Library during Meridian Performing Arts Festival
· Singapore Youth Festival (SYF)
· Chinese New Year celebrations
· P3-P6 Prize-giving Day
· Meridian Performing Arts Festival@Pasir Ris Public Library
· Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore as part of Values-In-Action
· National Gallery as part of Sing50 event
Show Choir performance during 2019 Chinese New Year celebrations@Pasir Ris Elias CC.
Art Club collaborates with Pasir Ris NLB in a yearly event, hoping to reach out to the public to share simple Art-making activities and at the same time, helping to promote the Art books available for loan at the library. Apart from that, Art Club members also have the opportunity to take part in the bi-annual Singapore Youth Festival (SYF) Art Competition. Our school has clinched the Certificate of Recognition and a Certificate of Participation in the 2019 SYF for the two Art works we submitted.