Arts

Through the integration of music, visual arts and performance into the PYP curriculum, our students nurture their talents, develop creative expression, and gain confidence in public speaking.

Music and Performance

The PYP curriculum proposes a transdisciplinary approach to learning: our music lessons integrate musical history, genres, theory and techniques with culture and global traditions.

By blending these complementary elements, students develop an understanding of musical sensibilities, tastes and world cultures.

Music classes held in the theatre enable students to practise performing on stage during lessons.

Our music teacher organises school performances, so teaching and learning coordinate with shows in our events calendar.

A music teacher in front of the class teaching the students

Visual Arts

A boy and a girl outside in an art class painting on easel

The PYP curriculum presents a transdisciplinary approach to learning: our art lessons integrate art history, movements, theory and techniques with culture.

Students explore a range of media, gaining an appreciation for visual arts during their primary years. Their creative talents are always on display throughout the school, and many students enjoy showcasing their artwork in the PYP Exhibition.

Each child is encouraged to express themselves through art regardless of their ability level.