Specialist programs


We offer a strong program in the Arts, including music, dance, drama and visual arts. Participating in a specialised program provides our students with a well-rounded education beyond academic subjects, allowing them to develop a more holistic view of the world.

Our Arts program:

  • Encourages creativity by stimulating creative thinking and imaginative expression among students
  • Enhances cognitive development including problem-solving skills, memory, and critical thinking
  • Boosts self-esteem and confidence by providing a positive outlet for self-expression
  • Promotes teamwork and social skills as students are learning in collaboration – developing essential social skills like communication, cooperation, and compromise


Our Japanese program provides a fun and accessible way for students to learn the language while also improving their listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills.

At our school, we understand the value of learning a second language and the numerous academic, social, and cultural benefits it offers to our students. Learning a new language is a vital component in strengthening communication and literacy skills, boosting confidence and self-esteem, and promoting interdisciplinary learning. Additionally, learning a foreign language promotes intercultural awareness, allowing students to develop a broader perspective of the world and cultivate an appreciation for different cultures, including their own.

Physical Education

Participating in physical education (PE) lessons aids students in developing a broad range of skills, including:

  • Motor skills: Activities such as running, jumping, throwing, catching, and balancing can refine fine and gross motor skills
  • Coordination: PE lessons can improve overall body coordination and enhance hand-eye coordination
  • Fitness: Physical activity can improve cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, and flexibility
  • Teamwork: Many PE activities require teamwork, which can develop social skills like cooperation, communication, and leadership
  • Resilience: Physical activity can help children become more resilient and persistent by encouraging them to attempt new activities and improve their skills
  • Sportsmanship: Engaging in competitive sports teaches children positive sportsmanship behaviors like graciousness in both victory and defeat and respect for others and fairness
  • Confidence: Regular participation in physical activity can lead to an improved self-image and increased self-confidence and self-esteem for children