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A Damaian who is passionate about the arts. 


To engage students by creating awareness and interest, and developing passion for the arts through structured programmes or activities.

Long-Term Goals

  1. Students’ aesthetics talents are harnessed and developed further. 
  2. Students’ aesthetics learning and development are holistic. 

Short-Term Goals

  1. Students demonstrate appreciation of the arts and for the performers/artists as an audience.
  2. Students perform before others with confidence.

Key Programmes

List of Programmes
1.     Assembly Programme cum Aesthetics Week focusing on one art form (Once per term)
2.     Pre-Assembly Programmes (Every alternate Wednesday)
3.    Fun Art
P1 P2
  • Pointillism
  • Paper Collage
P3 P4
  • Ceramics
  • Papier Mache
P5 P6
  • Manga Drawing
  • Portrait Drawing
4.     Fun Music
P1 P2
  • Keyboard 
  • Handchimes
P3 P4
  • Recorder
  • Ukulele
P5 P6
  • Global Percussion
  • Cajon
5.     Aesthetics Learning Journey (One per level)
6.     Aesthetics collaboration with external agencies
7.     Aesthetics Camp for P5 & P6
8.     Interest Elective Programme for P3 & P4 - Sports Stacking, Brazilian Street Percussion, Foam Archery, Modern Jazz Dance
9.      P2 Modular Dance Prelude - Malay Dance, Prelude Chinese Dance
10.    CCA Aesthetics - Art & Ceramics Club, Chinese Dance, Malay Dance
11.     CCA Aesthetics Learning Journeys (One per CCA group)

Photos from T1 activities

Aesthetics Week

The school had a presentation by T’ang Quartet for our first Aesthetics Week. During recess from 6 to 10 March 2017, students could log into online quizzes on musical instruments and play music-related games.

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Aesthetics Camp
The Aesthetics Camp on 13.3.17 engaged P5 and P6 students in the Arts in a fun and meaningful way. Students learnt cartoon doodling and played with ethnic instruments. The P5 students learnt about ballet at the Singapore Dance Theatre while the P6 students learnt more about the various artwork at the Singapore River.

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Ocean Pavilion
Damai Primary School was one of the eleven schools which contributed to the installation art entitled ‘Ocean Pavilion’. It was on display from 3 to 26 March 2017 at The Promontory @ Marina Bay. Students learnt how recycled materials can be upcycled to create aesthetically beautiful works that can be enjoyed by many.

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