Home > Departments > PE/CCA/Aesthetic Department

PE/CCA/Aesthetic Department

OUR PE PROGRAMME


  • Integrate technology into PE to improve engagement and motivation of students
  • Inculcate lifelong healthy practices by acquiring various physical and social skills 
  • Empower students to choose their level of intensity during physical activities.

                                              AESTHETICS DEPARTMENT

VISION:

A gracious arts connoisseur who appreciates the finer things in life

 

OUR AESTHETICS PROGRAMMES

Fuhua Arts Fest (in conjunction with Racial Harmony Day

Fuhua Arts Fest, our annual mainstay, is a week of Visual Arts and Performing Arts celebrations and activities for our Fuhua Gems.

Fuhua’s Got Talent

Once a semester, our Fuhua students have the opportunity showcase their musical and dance talents to the rest of the school community.

Programme for Arts and Cultural Experiences (PACE) for Primary 3 to Primary 5

To build civic literacy and cross cultural skills, our students from Primary 3 to Primary 6 are engaged in Art and Music experiences that enable them to understand and appreciate the various cultures in Singapore!

Level

Culture

Visual Arts Programme

Music Programme

 

 

Primary 3

Malay Culture

Digital Batik Painting

Wax Resist

Weaving

Angklung

Primary 4

Chinese Culture

Chinese Brush Painting

Digital Chinese Brush Painting

Digital Chinese Music Mixing with Garageband

Primary 5

Indian Culture

Henna Design

Kolam Design

Indian Percussive Instruments

 

VISUAL ARTS

 

Visual Arts Aims:

The aims of art education are to enable every child to be visually literate and to appreciate art.

Visually Literate

Being visually literate, our students are able to observe, understand and make meaning of what they see. They are also able to communicate their ideas by using and creating visuals.

Appreciate Art

Students will be able to see the value and recognise the relevance of art in their lives.

Visual Arts Approach

Rationale

Visual Inquiry

Promoting cognitive and emotional engagement when students interact with information, actively make observations, formulate and articulate ideas.

Research & Collaboration

Encouraging students to be engaged with the world around them by making observations or carrying our research that lead to the generation of questions and ideas.

Students interact, learn with and from one another through talk, questioning, critique and working on tasks collaboratively.

Skills

Acquiring skills and language that enable students to describe and interpret artworks.

Exploring, experimenting, conceptualising and creating artworks to communicate their ideas, feelings and experiences.

Presentation & Appreciation

Develop self-confidence and sense of achievement

Sharing with one another the learning process

Appreciating art from a variety of cultures and contexts

Reflection

Promoting critical thinking through reflection

Upcoming Programmes/ Activities

Programmes/ Activities

Levels

@The Little Dream Box

Daily recess art activities

Termly On-the-Spot recess art competitions

Monthly teacher art demonstration

All levels

SG50 Collaborative artworks by every class

Art Competitions (per semester)

Learning Journeys

P4: Sculpture Walk

P6: Visit to SAM

Primary 4 & 6

 

 

 

MUSIC

Music Framework1.png

 

Music Aims

§  Develop awareness and appreciation of music in local and global cultures

§  Develop ability for creative expression and communication through music

§  Provide the basis to develop an informed and life-long involvement in music

Music Syllabus Structure:

§  Listen and Respond to Music

§  Create Music in both instrumental and vocal settings, individually and in groups

§  Perform Music in both instrumental and vocal settings, individually and in groups

§  Appreciate Music in local and global cultures

§  Understand musical elements and concepts 

 

Music Curriculum Approach:

§  Experience

Students experience and perceive a new concept through singing and accompanying kinesthetic, aural and visual activities usually in the form of games. This phase provides a stimulus and preparation for the concept to be introduced. It also enables the teacher to reach out to the different learning styles and needs in a class.

§  Concept

Teacher helps students to relate the activities in the Experience phase to formal learning. It allows students to make sense of the prior activities and to understand the musical concept.

§  Application

This involves various forms of practice and reinforcement that helps to develop critical and creative thinking while extending the students’ learning.

 

Our Music Curriculum

Level

Programmes

Songs Around The World

Learning Outcomes

Primary One

•       General Music Programme

•       Boomwhackers (Term 3)

•       African Welcome Song (Term 1)

•       Australian Folk Song (Term 2)

•       Good singing habits and techniques

Primary Two

•       General Music Programme

•       Boomwhackers (Term 4)

•       African Welcome Song (Term 1)

•       Korean Folk Song (Term 2)

Primary Three

•       General Music Programme

•       Angklung (Term 2)

•       Korean Folk Song (Term 1)

•       Japanese Folk Song (Term 3)

•       Improvise and create rhythmic phrases

•       Perform improvisations

Primary Four

•       General Music Programme

•       Digital Music (Term 2)

•       Philippines Folk Song (Term 3)

Primary Five

•       General Music Programme

•       Indian Percussive Instruments (Term 3)

•       Indonesian Folk Song (Term 2)

•       Improvise and create melodic phrases

•       Perform improvisations and compositions

•       Discern and understand music from different cultures and of various genres

Primary Six

•       General Music Programme

•       Ukulele (Term 2 and 3)

•       Thailand Folk Song (Term 4)

Fuhua Arts Fest 2.JPGArt Learning Journey P6.JPGFuhua Arts Fest 1.JPGMusic3.jpg