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Appointment of Department MemberName of Member
HOD Mrs Jaida Chan
Subject Head (Art)Ms Linda Lee
 Subject Head (Aesthetics) Mrs Koh Yee Ling
 Music Co-ordinator Mrs Boey Lee Sin
 Dance Co-ordinator Mdm Peng Bing Lun


Love Dance. Love Life!

-Life-Long Learning Programme at South View

South View’s approach to promote Music, Visual and Performing is borne out of its vision to be a Vibrant Learning Organisation – The Best from All in All.

The school wants to inspire pupils to initiate, innovate and explore new ideas to achieve excellence in all endeavours. The school’s continuous effort in the provision of a broad-based and holistic learning is aligned to MOE’s Holistic Education Framework with the aims to :

  • ·     promote creativity and innovation;
  • ·     encourage pupils to pursue a passion and engage in self-directed and life-long learning;
  • ·     evoke in pupils an appreciation of the cultural richness of our multi-cultural society and enhance a sense of identity and self-assurance in them;
  • ·     nurture in our pupils qualities and values such as creativity, confidence, resilience and team-spirit  - the competencies for living and working as adults in the 21st Century

Approach

 The school adopts a pyramid or ATP(All-Talent-Passion) approach in promoting Arts. By adopting the pyramid approach, the school aims to provide experience for all, identify and develop talents, and equip and inspire pupils to continue to pursue their passion and develop their talents beyond their primary education.

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Approach 1 : Experience for All

The experience for All is part of the school’s effort in the provision of holistic and broad education to help every pupil explore and discover their talent.  It is the first step towards the creation of different pathways to success. At this broad base level, all pupils learn dance, music and art through different modular programmes.

During the whole-level lessons, which are carried out during curriculum time, pupils learn both the skills and the history of the different dances and how they have evolved. They also learn not only to appreciate their own culture but also other cultures, and gain a better understanding of them.

Name of ProgrammesObjectivesTarget LevelDate/Timeframe
 Music Programme   
Percussion (Chinese Orchestra)

Pupils will:
1.   appreciate the Chinese culture and instruments
2.   recognize various instruments that make up the Chinese Orchestra
3.   play simple rhythmic pattern on 1 or 2 Chinese Orchestra instruments
4.   create a simple rhythmic pattern and perform in groups

Primary 1Term 3
Dikir Barat

Pupils will:
1.   learn the origin of dikir barat and its formation
2.   learn about co-ordination of hands and body in dikir barat
3.   learn about the beat and rhythm in dikir barat
4.   perform in groups

Primary 2Term 3
Indian Percussion
Pupils will:
1.   learn the culture and origin of the different Indian percussion instruments
2.   learn to build musical skills through playing a percussion instrument
3. perform in groups

Primary 3Term 1
Ukelele 
Pupils will: 
 1.  understand the culture and origin of Ukulele 
 2.  build musical skills through playing the ukulele 3.  struck chords and sing with confidence perform in groups 
 Primary 4 Term 2
Ukelele     
Pupils will: 
1.   understand the culture and origin of Ukulele 
 2.  build musical skills through playing the ukulele 3.  struck chords and sing with confidence perform in group with confidence 
 Primary 5 Term 3
Ukelele & Percussion 
Pupils will: 
1.   build musical skills through playing ukulele and creating beats using household items like tins and pails learn to perform as a group with confidence 
 Primary 6Term 1-2 


Name of ProgrammesObjectivesTarget LevelDate/Timeframe
Dance Programme


Chinese Dance 
Pupils will learn: 
 1.    basic dance movement 
 2.   Chinese music and culture the importance of self-discipline 
Primary 1 Term 1 
Malay Dance 
 Pupils will learn:

1.   basic dance movements
2.   Malay Dance and culture the importance of self-discipline.

 Primary 2Term 1 
Indian Dance 
Pupils will learn: 
1.   basic dance movements 
2.   Indian Dance and culture the importance of self-discipline and showing respect to each other. 
Primary 3  Term 2
Hip Hop 
Pupils will learn: 
 1.   basic Hip Hop movements 
 2.   the importance of self-discipline, showing respect to each other and being resilient. Perform in groups 
Primary 4 Term 3 
 Hip Hop
 Pupils will learn: 
 1.   more advanced Hip Hop movements. 
 2.   the importance of self-discipline, showing respect to each other and being resilient. to perform in group with confidence
 Primary 5Term 1 
 K-Pop
Pupils will learn: 
1.  K-pop dance movement 
 2.  the importance of self-discipline, showing respect to each other and being resilient. to perform as a class during P6 
Primary 6  Post-Exam Activity
P6 Dance Festival cum Aerobic Dance Competition 
Dance Festival 
Pupils will showcase what they have learnt to their peers and teachers. This mass dance performance also aims to build pupils’ self-confidence while they have fun and enjoy the dance and music.

Aerobic Dance Competition 

Pupils are encouraged to be innovative and creative in their choreographing and to show team-spirit in their dance presentation. Sportsmanship is highly encouraged and emphasized during the competition and pupils are taught to show support to all classes. We want the pupils to celebrate everyone’s success. This inter-class dance competition is the highlight of the Primary 6 post-exam activities and a platform for celebration and evaluation of the 6-year structured dance programme. 
 Primary 6 Post-Exam Activity
 LLP
Through the one-day camp, pupils will learn to: 
1. dance to the rhythmic pattern of a dance and enhance their bodily co-ordination skills through learning a dance. 
2. perform to their peer and build their self-confidence 
3. acquire an understanding of the differences and commonalities in the different dances 
4. internalize school values with a focus on Resilience, Team work, and Respect
Primary 3 13 November 2015 

Name of ProgrammesObjectivesTarget LevelDate/Timeframe
Digital Art

Pupils will learn to create a digital artwork based on a Chinese  theme: ‘Mei Hua’.

Primary 1Term 2
 Digital ArtPupils will learn to create a digital artwork based on Mehandhi hands using the ipad. Primary 2Term 3 
Digital Art Pupils will learn to create a digital Kolam, using Indian related motifs Primary 3 Term 3 
Batik Programme 
Pupils will: 
1.  know the process of batik making. 
2.   learn the importance of being resilient and team-work. 
Primary 4  Term 2
 Digital ArtPupils to create a digitik based on Orchids, using the software taught. Primary 5 Term 3 
 Digital ArtPupils to create a digital artwork using Monet’s impressionistic style of painting.  Primary 6Term 1 

Approach 2 : Talent Development Programme

The “Experience for All” at the base level is also an avenue for instructors and teachers to surface talented pupils. It is also a ground for pupils to be more aware of their talents and explore their strengths. These identified talented pupils are invited to join the different Aesthetic CCAs, which include Chinese Dance, Indian Dance, Malay Dance, Chinese Orchestra, Choir and Art Club, for dedicated instruction and training, to further strengthen their dance abilities and / or talents.    

Learning Beyond- Overseas Learning Journey to Seoul, South Korea

At the peak of the pyramid is where we see pupils whose passion have been ignited as they continue to pursue their passion and create for themselves another pathway to success, striving towards becoming Lifelong Learners. The school took a group of pupils to Seoul last year to learn Korean Dance. These pupils who have shown passion in dance were immersed in Korean Dance and Culture and learnt a Korean dance during the trip. They will be showcasing their skills and passion during the school’s 70th Anniversary Celebration in 2016.

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