Performing Arts, Media & Communication
Tapping into Creative Potential
Art and creative thinking play a strong role in the holistic development of a child, enhancing their lateral-thinking abilities. Regent offers a robust Art curriculum, passionate teachers and expansive Art studios that provide the perfect stage for children to express their creativity and discover their voice.
Students interested in Performing Arts, Media & Communication participate in a deeply arts-infused programme in Music, Theatre, the Visual Arts and/or Dance as well as Media and Communication. Each week significant time is dedicated for practice, rehearsal, or studio work where their talents in these subjects are honed.
Those who are keen on the Media and Communication elective become part of Regent’s editorial team comprising student reporters who produce an online and physical newspaper, podcasts and blogs. Such activities develop their literacy, presentation, collaboration, and communication skills besides being a lot of fun.
Central to school life
Our Arts Department offers training in a wide range of artistic pursuits in disciplines such as fine art, digital art, textiles, sculpting, pottery and print-making. Don’t miss the outstanding wall art murals around the school that Primary and Secondary students collaborate on – a testimony to their immense talent.
Music is promoted at Regent through the Fortes’ VIP Academy for the Performing Arts and a team of professional music teachers. Musically-inclined students learn instruments of their choice, prepare for the Trinity/ABRSM music exams or just have fun jamming in a band. The ‘Lunchtime Pop-Up Series is a special attraction where our hottest musicians perform around school.
With a 380-seat Auditorium for the Performing Arts and inspirational drama teachers, Regent students get a wonderful platform to excel in theatre as performers or backstage crew. Some of our recent high-quality productions include Shrek and Madagascar. Our Drama students also regularly enact plays and skits and participate in inter-school competitions.
We believe in giving the youth a stage to voice their opinions and ideas. The Regent Podcasts were launched for this purpose as students get a chance to express themselves freely on subjects beyond their curriculum. If you’re looking for some interesting perspectives on various issues from Gen Z on your way to work, you can find our students on Spotify.
Listen in as our Secondary Students debate and deliberate on a number of topics from and beyond their curriculum.
Are we losing touch with our emotions with the onset of AI? Can the human resource really be replaced? Listen in as our secondary students discuss our future!
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A thematic approach is used across the school to develop learning through connections across subjects, context and the pupils’ passions.