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Aesthetics: Art

The aims of art education at MCS are to enable every child to be visually literate and to appreciate art. When our pupils are visually artistically literate, they are able to observe, understand and make meaning of what they see. They will be able able to communicate their ideas by using and creating visuals. Pupils will be able to see the value and recognise the relevance of art in their lives.
On top of the usual art lessons, MCS provides opportunities for our girls to experience various art forms through our art enrichment programme for the different levels.  
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Plasticine Relief
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Chinese Calligraphy
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Batik Painting
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Paper Marche
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Arts Booth

Arts Galore 
The MCS Arts Galore is a festival in celebration of the arts. During this festival, Art booths are set up and manned by our P5 pupils to engage the school in a variety of handicraft. This event also gives the P5 pupils the opportunity to learn the importance of class unity and play their role in contributing back to the school.

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Budding Artist Exhibition 
Our annual Budding Artist Exhibition provides opportunities for pupil artists to showcase their work. It is also a good platform to expose pupils to art appreciation. The exhibition is segmented into two showcases – featuring selected curriculum artwork from the P1 to P6 and selected artwork from the Art Club. 
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