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By October 10, 2018Arts Education

A leading provider of ARTS for children, our school programmes are created for the child’s learning journey and his development. We conduct workshops for teachers to incorporate drama into their lessons, guide children to build confidence in speaking and performing in our long-term Drama programmes, and even hosted school level excursions to expose the young to theatre productions based on high-quality children’s literature.

EXCURSION

Bring your students on a Theatrical Experience.

After watching a short performance based on a children’s text, your students will participate in an interactive one-hour Drama session where they will explore the story further, its meanings and its many themes through discussions, drama exercises and activities.

This journey from watching to discussing to participating will help your students to identify their own feelings and make meaning of the themes.

Animal Farm

By George Orwell

‘All animals are equal. But some animals are more equal than others.’

Animal Farm, written by George Orwell, is first and foremost a fairy story, a fable with a moral at the end. It features animals that can talk and act like humans, and even interact with other humans. It portrays the lives of animals who escape from man’s rule only to be ruled eventually by their own kind.

A story that will teach your students the themes of bullying, deceit, and misuse of power and knowledge.

This programme is eligible for the Tote Board Arts Grant subsidy.

Dates
February 25 to May 24, 2019

Age Groups
Primary 1 to Primary 6
Secondary 1 & Secondary 2

No. of Children Per Session
Minimum of 40
Maximum of 80

Duration
1 hour 30 mins

Venue
ACT 3 Theatre
126 Cairnhill Road
ONE-TWO-SIX Cairnhill Arts Centre
S(229707)

Fee
$28 per student
$15 for each additional teacher/adult (For entry to performance only)

Discount
1 Teacher comes free for every 20 Students

To Book
Call 6735 9986 or
email to act3int@act3international.com.sg

The Little Prince

By Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

A tender tale of loneliness, friendship, love and loss – in short the human condition. Why are we here? Do we matter? What is the meaning of life? This beautiful story answers these questions by reminding us that while we hurry and scramble in greed and ambition, we are losing our capacities for love, imagination and friendship.

A well-written allegory which highlights the important themes such as narrow-mindedness, curiosity, truth, love, friendship and innocence.

This programme is eligible for the Tote Board Arts Grant subsidy.

Dates
August 13 to 29, 2019
October 21 to November 7, 2019

Age Groups
Primary 1 to Primary 6
Secondary 1 & Secondary 2

No. of Children Per Session
Minimum of 40
Maximum of 80

Duration
1 hour 30 mins

Venue
ACT 3 Theatre
126 Cairnhill Road
ONE-TWO-SIX Cairnhill Arts Centre
S(229707)

Fee
$28 per student
$15 for each additional teacher/adult (For entry to performance only)

Discount
1 Teacher comes free for Every 20 Students

To Book
Call  6735 9986 or
email to act3int@act3international.com.sg

ENRICHMENT

Drama Programmes at Your School

We offer programmes that get into the heart of developing life skills. We believe in both the process and the product, and focus on cultivating creative thinking, problem solving and teamwork. Our approach is to give students the space to express themselves confidently in different and challenging situations, use their imagination, to create and achieve something they can be proud of, for life.

Every school has different requirements and our programmes can be customised for every need to meet your school’s desired outcomes and goals. We hope to offer a partnership that is based on giving our young the best learning experience using Drama.

Our programmes are eligible for the Tote Board Arts Grant subsidy.
For more information, Call ACT 3 International at 6735 9986 or
email us at act3int@act3international.com.sg

EXPOSURE

Drama Workshops for Teachers

Uniquely created just for teachers and educators, our workshops will equip you with some of the drama tools and conventions that you can bring into your classroom teaching effectively. The use of drama in education breaks down the monotony of learning through conventional methods, making learning interactive, experiential and engaging.

Using a hands-on approach, we will share with you the various methodologies/strategies that you can adopt to align to your lesson plans and the curriculum. You will understand how these tools can be easily adopted in any lesson and in turn, your students will benefit from the learning experience that is made more hands-on, relaxed, fun and yet enriching.

For more information, Call ACT 3 International at 6735 9986 or
email us at act3int@act3international.com.sg