About GYSS Aesthetics Education
- the exposure to various Art forms (Music, Dance, Drama, Visual Arts)
- the experience of learning to play an musical instrument and learning to dance
- various opportunities to perform and showcase their creativity and talents in the different Art forms
The 3E Approach
Providing opportunities for all to discover and appreciate the Arts
Learning the Arts through hands-on sessions and enrichment programmes
Offering various platforms for student talents to perform and excel in the Arts
2013-17 National Arts Education Award (NAEA) – Spark
The National Arts Education Award (NAEA) is a national arts
award conferred by the National Arts Council to encourage schools to provide
holistic arts education for all students and to recognise schools with good
arts practices and programmes.
Guangyang Secondary School has been conferred with the Spark Award for taking proactive steps to build a vibrant arts culture in the school and for developing clear structures and programmes for arts education. Congratulations!
Arts Fiesta, an evening of music, dance and art, is held in our Bishan community every two years. It features our students from various performing arts groups or in their form classes showcasing their creativity and talents. Arts Fiesta also partners with local artistes, the arts community and our community partners to bring about a vibrant arts scene.
Level-wide Aesthetics Programme
Art, dance and music workshops are conducted for our lower secondary students such that they are exposed to different art forms. Workshops include ukulele, drama in literature, metal sculpting and boom whackers etc.
Guangyang Got Talent
This is an annual talent competition which provides the stage for our students to release their talents. Results of the competition are decided by both the audience through voting and judges.
Arts Learning Journey
This is an effective channel for our students to be informed of other post-secondary school options on the performing arts. It also allows them to find out more about the courses available in LaSalle College of the Arts.
Students are also taken on a guided tour of the Esplanade whereby students will be able to learn more about the centre and its programmes. Students have a deeper insight into its operations, the various acoustic and architectural features of the performance venues and exhibition spaces.
Arts Discovery Sessions
Teachers use these sessions to share about their passion and enthusiasm for the aesthetics and engage students through small group activities, short talks and performances. Do watch out for these talks and join us!