Home > Student Development > Co-Curricular Activities (CCA) > Performing Arts > Speech & Drama

Speech & Drama


About Speech and Drama Club

Speech and Drama Club is catered to students who enjoy performing. It provides a creative outlet for the students to express their ideas and develop them into confident and competent performers and communicators. Participation in the varied drama activities will broaden the students’ social skills as they have to put their ideas together through their group performance. The CCA sessions are on Tuesdays, 2.00 – 3.30pm. Activities are conducted in the library. 

Experiences

CCA members go through 5 modules during the year:

1.       Vocal production

2.       Drama techniques and devices

3.       Forms of theatre

4.       Scriptwriting

5.       Drama certification with Trinity College London (Optional) 

Members get the opportunity to go on a learning journey at least once per year where they watch a professional drama production. This will hone their love for drama performance and develop their skills in drama techniques.

Developing our students

During CCA sessions, members will work together with their peers and acquire skills in communicating their ideas, feeling and thoughts through the various drama techniques. They also gain mastery on scriptwriting and vocal production. 

Growing hearts and minds

Activities conducted during the CCA sessions are targeted at building the students’ character through the inculcation of the school values, Team Spirit, Integrity, Empathy and Self-discipline (TIES). 

Students are exposed to a rich array of activities which help them to reflect on their learning and respect differences while working with one another. In the process, they learn to become better performers and become more resilient in overcoming obstacles. 

Empowering leaders and talents

Speech and Drama leaders are given opportunities to lead their peers in some activities during the CCA. They are given opportunity to showcase their talent through putting up performance for the school. Platforms are also provided for the members to gain international accreditation through the participation of Trinity College London – Drama and Speech. 

Achievement

2018

3 Distinctions from Primary 4 members who participated in Trinity College London – Drama and Speech(Grade 2) and another 3 Distinctions from Primary 5 members for Trinity College London – Drama and Speech(Grade 3).

CCA Teachers

Mdm Noor Ellynda  (Teacher-in-charge)

Mrs Ng-Low Yin Siang