Through the exploration of dance as an art form, we aim to develop each individual into confident performers, capable of expressing themselves through elegant dance movements.
"Dance has taught me many life values such as confidence, perseverance, and determination. Having the opportunity to plan many events, camps and leading the club as a whole, has definitely helped me improve my leadership skills too. One of the biggest take-aways that I have gained from dance is being a disciplined individual because I learnt to be a responsible person who never gives up despite challenges. Additionally, I learnt that teamwork is important as we have to work together to achieve common goals."
- Nazurah Bte Zulkiflee, 3E3
“5, 6, 7, 8!” The dancers move tirelessly across the dance floor as they prepare to conduct a mini-workshop for the young as part of their service learning. “Reach for your toes, but be sure to smile!” The dancers encourage the young pre-schoolers as they reminisce the fond memories of their own journey growing as dancers.
Being able to move the audience is a gratifying experience for any dancer, and this is something our AI dance ensemble achieved in The Royal Dance-Off competition for the first time. They learnt that behind every stretch, every pirouette and every leap lies months of sheer hard work. A dancer is no stranger to failure, but he or she also knows that with each fall comes the opportunity to rise again, this time with more composure, tenacity and grit.
- Certification of Accomplishment in the 2017 Singapore Youth Festival Arts Presentation
- Recognition of Participation at The Royal Dance Off Youth League Festival 2018
- Achievement Day performance
- National Day performance
- Chinese New Year performance
- Teachers’ Day performance
3.00 pm to 6.00 pm
1.30 pm to 4.30 pm
Gan Hui Xin (3E2)
Ameya Haridasan (3E3)
Teachers In Charge
Mdm Juny Iskawati (Mrs Noor) (OIC)
Ms S. Hemalatha
Ms Francesca Tan
Ms June Leow