Visual Arts Curriculum

Curriculum Aims of the Arts Education 

The Arts Education curriculum aims to help students:

  • develop creativity, critical thinking and communication skills, and nurture aesthetic sensitivity and cultural awareness;
  • develop arts skills, construct knowledge, and cultivate positive values and attitudes;
  • gain delight, enjoyment and satisfaction through participating in arts activities; and
  • pursue a lifelong interest in the arts.
Visual Arts Curriculum Framework
Our Visual Arts Curriculum set Arts Education Key Learning Area Curriculum Guide as a center, at an earlier stage for students, we stress on developing students' visual arts appreciration and criticism, visual arts making and visual arts knowledge in order for them to meet the following learning targets as listed below:
1. Developing Creativity and Imagination
2. Developing Skills and Processes
3. Cultivating Critical Responses
4. Understanding Arts in Context
School-based Curriculum Design

During ordinary classes, students learn different visual elements and design principles. Next they create their own work with the use of different forms of media. (e.g. drawing, sketches, design, printing, sculptures and social media) Moreover, Integrated Arts is implemented to cultivate students' creativitity and imagination and maximize their opportunities in experience Visual Arts. By understanding different artists, cultures and cultivating their ability in appreciating arts, their visual cognitive, generic and appreciation skills are developed.

Information Technology is also implemented as one of the learning tools for creations. Learning Management Systems and applications can be used as a support for learning such as searching specific information on the internet, exchanging information and artwork...etc.