Creative Arts gives our learners the opportunity to explore and to develop their creativity in a safe, supportive environment.

We nurture creativity through the visual and performing arts, namely music, art, dance and drama.      Our learners are encouraged to express their thoughts and ideas with confidence.

Creative Arts is the foundation for a balanced learner promoting creative, cognitive, emotional and social development.

By the end of the Intermediate Phase our learners will have gained basic knowledge, skills and the appreciation of all the art forms, which will enable them to make an informed choice as to which of the art forms they would like to focus on in the Senior Phase.

“Every child is an artist.  The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.”                                                                                                                                                                              Pablo Picasso

Helderberg Eisteddfod 2016

A number of our learners participated in the Music and Word Art Categories at the recent Helderberg Eisteddfod. The Helderberg Eisteddfod has grown immensely since it’s inception. This year over 1500 learners, from schools in the Helderberg Basin and Stellenbosch, participated.

Our learners results reflect their dedication and success. We attained 27 Cum Laudes and two Prize-Winners.

Prize-Winners, Raadiah Sonday and Lauren Bennell, were invited to perform at the Prestige Helderberg Eisteddfod Concert where they were awarded the following:

Lauren Bennell:      Prose – Grade 7 (Senior Phase)

                                  Best Achievement 93%

Raadiah Sonday:    Poetry – Grade 6 (Intermediate Phase)

                                  Best Achievement 96%

                                  Medal Winner for Best Gr 6 English participant for poetry &  unprepared reading.                                                                                            

 

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