Integral to the way children learn, and how they document their inner worlds and outer experiences, and a great way to connect to the child.
CLAY WORK & POTTERY
To develop fine motor skills and creative expression.
Media arts have the potential to develop reading and writing skills for all children. Students are deeply engaged in the learning process when practicing media arts.
There’s no doubt that arts are fun for kids. Arts change the learning experience and transform the learning environment.
Students at SRCS are encouraged to inquire, experiment, create, collaborate, reflect, and contribute as learners, leaders, and members of a unique community.
Be it making folding papers expertly to make origami shapes or preparing a hand-made birthday card, there are numerous paper craft activities being taught at SRCS that can spike your child’s interest and tap his artistic potential.
The mission of the Photography Club is to provide a supportive environment for interested photography students to share their creativity, knowledge and passion for photography while attending SRCS. The club holds regular meetings and discussions and organize events such as; photo-walks, field trips, museum and gallery visits, and lectures and workshops by visiting artists.