Performing Arts

The Performing Arts Curriculum aims to engage and inspire pupils to develop a love of the subjects and their talent and so increase their self-confidence, creativity and sense of achievement. As students progress, they should develop a critical engagement with Music and Performing Arts, allowing them to create and to analyse with discrimination. The curriculum aims to give students a strong foothold at Key Stage 3 having studied basic theory and had the opportunity to apply practical skills in project based learning.

The Visual and Expressive Arts subjects are concerned with the development of many aspects of a child’s personality: intellectual, physical, emotional, and aesthetic. Music and Performing Arts offer enjoyment and recreation; emotional satisfaction; and opportunities for individual and group activities; therefore, promoting creativity and expression.

Student involvement should be immediate and for everyone, it will allow students to acquire a repertoire of skills, develop insightfulness, understanding and quality of mind.

 

Performing Arts Curriculum Information