- To enjoy art
- To communicate visually
- To make meaning through connecting with society and culture.
Digital Art Module
The art curriculum in primary schools provides the foundation for all primary students to understand art as a way of learning about themselves and the world around them. It will also allow students to advance their art education at lower secondary level and beyond if they so aspire. The fundamentals and areas of study built through the primary syllabus will spiral upwards to the higher levels through further extension and deepening of experiences in tandem with the growth of students’ developmental capacities and interests. It is therefore critical for all students to have access to quality art education in the primary school.
White Sands Primary School’s Art Department Key Programmes:
Primary 1 Drawing & Painting of my Dream Home
Primary 2 Secret Identity ( Collage on 3D mark)
Primary 3 Creative Drawing
Using Non-standard items of Art to draw
Eg. String, beads, masking tape
Primary 4 Coiled pots using Natural Clay
Primary 5 Stop Motion AnimationPrimary 6 Sand Animation
The Music Department of White Sands Primary School presents you with ensembles and performances. Our students have a rewarding musical experience, collaborating with their classmates to sing and dance together. Besides working with percussion instruments, our students get to use an array of musical instruments such as ukuleles, angklung, xylophones and keyboards.
Technology is also not forgotten as pupils get a chance to explore digital orchestra through the use of ipads. Students are given opportunity to explore rhythm and meter with Jazz dance and use their singing voices for group performances.
White Sands Primary School Music Key Programmes:
Primary 1 Students explore percussion instruments and group singing
Primary 2 Students explore percussion instruments, group singing and Jazz Dance
Primary 3 Students explore xylophones, ethnic drums and angklungs
Primary 4 Students explore xylophones, creating music with ipads and keyboardsPrimary 5 and 6 Students explore ukuleles with pop song and creating music with ipads