SOTA: School of the Arts Singapore

Touching hearts through arts in a pandemic

Published on Sep 01, 2020

When COVID-19 worsened and the nation entered a period of Circuit Breaker, our students and alumni sprang to action to do what they could for people around them. From raising funds for those in need to lifting spirits through music and dance, the many initiatives by our young aspiring artists showed the importance and power of the arts during difficult times.
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The Amazing Friends by DysCASia

Published on Aug 31, 2020

A team of Year 5 SOTA students have written and illustrated a children's story and video titled "The Amazing Friends" for children aged 4 - 7 to raise awareness and promote acceptance and support for learning difficulties such as Dyslexia and ADHD amongst children.
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We will rise as family champions

Published on Aug 17, 2020

In collaboration with FamChamps, a group of SOTA students were involved in producing and starring in the refreshed FamChamps music video for the theme song, "I Will Rise".
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Learning with Wonder CAS

Published on May 31, 2020

For their Creativity, Activity and Service (CAS) project, a group of seven Year 6 students, formed Wonder CAS, wonderful initiative created specially for primary school pupils to learn more about different art techniques.
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One Hope Fundraising Show

Published on May 25, 2020

A group of SOTA students came together to organise the One Hope online fundraising concert on 22 May to raise funds for The RICE Company Limited's #ENGAGE2 campaign, which cares for at-risk children and youth to keep them safe and well especially during this COVID-19 period.
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Kicking off 2020 with BLU

Published on Jan 31, 2020

The 2020 school year kicked off with our Borderless Learning Unit (BLU) 1 programme! Through this unique SOTA feature, students are inducted into the curriculum while bonding with friends both old and new.
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Teaching art to underprivileged children

Published on Dec 31, 2019

A group of Year 6 students collaborated with the Harun Ghani Education Fund (HGEF) for this meaningful project, hoping to inspire their participants to discover new avenues of expression for themselves.
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Borderless Learning Units (BLU) IV 2019

Published on Dec 17, 2019

The fourth and final edition of BLU this year spanned two weeks in October. During this period, students participated in activities such as kayaking, exploring different elements of Chinese Opera, learning about their MBTI profiles, and visiting the Dairy Farm - amongst a host of other BLU features.
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STEP Sunburst Youth Camp 2019

Published on Dec 07, 2019

Year 5 students Glenn Paul Jun Jie and Woon Rae had the opportunity to learn about the rich and unique cultures of other countries at the STEP Sunburst Youth Camp!
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