Welcome to the Fuchun Aesthetics Experience – comprising of performing and visual arts. Our students are not simply “exposed” to various art forms (music, dance and visual arts), but are taught to critically appreciate the arts and create art forms expressive of life through feeling, the senses and the imagination.
Every Fuchunian, an aesthetically responsive life-long learner
To develop students to become cultural citizens of the arts who display the ability to "aesthetically respond" (critically appreciating the arts and freely creating art forms expressive of life through feeling, the senses and the imagination) and speak the language of the arts.
We adopt a 4A approach in teaching and learning of the Arts – Awareness, Acquisition, Appreciation and Accomplishment.
The Aesthetics Department makes use of the SKIP framework to guide our students in learning and experiencing Music and Art in our curriculum. This ensures that there is a structured learning process to support our students’ learning.
Music Education in Fuchun Primary comprises of both music creation and music performance. Equipped with the essential skills for Music, students are then able to explore, create and perform music individually and in ensembles. Music Experience Programme (MEP) is integrated into our curriculum where every student has the opportunity to experience both instrumental and digital music-making processes as well as ‘live’ performance opportunities. Students are also taught to recognize the value of music and sounds in their everyday life, thus making valuable connections between the music lessons in school and their daily lives, impacting their understanding of the diversity of cultures in Singapore.
Art Education in Fuchun Primary comprises both art-making and art discussion. Equipped with the essential senses for Art, students will be able to observe, make meaning, explore and communicate their ideas. Students will also be able to recognise the value and influence of Art to create and reflect cultures; how Art impacts the daily life as well as the interdependence of Art with the broader worlds of ideas and action.
Art Experience Programme (AEP) is integrated into our curriculum where every student has the opportunity to be exposed to new media arts such as Photography and Digital Art. This allows students to reflect and compare between traditional and new media.
Students are also encouraged to participate in international and national art competitions as well as exhibitions such as Singapore Youth Festival Art Exhibition. They also have opportunities every Semester for their art pieces to be displayed at the school’s Art Trail.