Art stimulates imagination. To watch a child completely engrossed in arts is to recognize that the brain is active and driven by aesthetics and emotions, to make meaning, state opinions and represent what matters to them.
Our ART curriculum emphasizes on the development of a child’s fine motor skills i.e. the development of a child’s body and mind coordination, that takes place at a particular age when a child is going through the EYP phase. This particular phase plays a very important role in a child’s life since this is where he/she develops the ability to reach out to his/her creative potentials, which is then reflected in the higher grades.
Grades I and II Include:
The Nature of Individual Discipline.
The Age and Developmental Stage of the Learners.
The Range of Opportunities for Learning.
Student Interest and Enthusiasm.
Education in visual arts is fundamental to the aesthetic, physical, emotional, intellectual, and social growth of the individual. It provides children with unique ways of knowing, doing, living, and belonging to a global community.
When children reach Grade III, their creativity and imagination that they develop, require channelling, so as to have a constructive outcome. Hence we have initiated the concept of ‘Kits’ in different subjects.