One of the objectives of education is to inculcate in children, the appreciation of beauty and to help them develop a sense of aesthetics. A lot of emphasis is placed on the Fine as well as the Performing Arts. In junior school, compulsory exposure is given to art and craft, music and dance, dramatics etc. In Middle school, each student chooses one or two areas to develop and expertise in, and skilled guidance is provided on a regular basis.
In addition to painting, sketching and regular craftwork, students are exposed to a variety of media including clay modeling and papermaking. Emphasis is placed on making “the best from waste” by using old boxes, sheets, beads, plastic bottles, used fax and toilet paper rolls, etc. Students will receive instruction
in Fine Arts from K.G. to Grade 12. The fine arts department at KSA is structured to initiate students in a multitude of expressionist media including pencil, pastels, crayons, clay and plaster.
Modules are taught using a variety of teaching and learning methods, including lectures, seminars and workshops. Students are often expected to prepare material for presentations in seminars. In practical projects, students carry out practical art work which functions as a basis for research into Art, Craft and Design Education. Students are provided with study packs for independent study modules.
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