Every child to be visually literate and to appreciate the arts
With Visual Arts, our students are able to observe and understand and make meaning in what they see. They are also able to communicate their ideas by using and creating visuals. This helps students to see the value and recognise the relevance of art in their lives.
Performing Arts is an integral part of our society and it helps to enrich students’ social, cultural and historical awareness.
We believe that every child should appreciate the Arts as part of the holistic experience in education. We adopt the 3Es approach in Chongfu to create opportunities and platforms for students to showcase their passions and talents in the domain of visual arts, music and performing arts.
We want students to:
Enjoy what they do and learn through our engaging and creative curriculum.
Experience the various art forms, materials, musical instruments and programmes to better understand the world and the region they live in.
Excel in these areas that they are passionate about.
Enjoy, Experience, Excel
Singapore Youth Festival 2019 Art Exhibition –Opening Ceremony at National Museum Singapore (5 July 2019)
Student Artist Ting Ze En,
Student Artist Janelle Tin,
|Student Artist Chanelle Lee Ting Xuan, presenting and explaining the art work to GOH, Ms Indranee Rajah, Second Minister for Education.|
Lower Primary Portrait/ Sculpture Module (2018)
Students expressing through self-portraits and postures, experiencing and exploring materials, and excelling at their art making.
Appreciation of the Arts
To create opportunities and platforms for students to showcase their passion and talent in the domain of visual arts, music and performing arts and to build their confidence performing for their friends and teachers.
Chongfu Celebrates teacher artist
To share students and teacher’s artworks and educate students with the various museum etiquette.
Art Club Learning Journey
To provide the breadth and depth of learning local art as part of students’ understanding and appreciation of Singapore heritage. (23 March 2018)
Isle of Tune
Digital Music Module for Primary 4
A 10 week module which introduces students to basic music theory and different functions on the app. At the end of the module, students would be equipped with the knowledge and skills to compose a melodic phrase of at least 4 bars as well as an accompanying rhythmic ostinato.