High School Drama students staged MACHINAL, a classic piece of modern theatre, on the opening night yesterday. MACHINAL tells the story of a young woman's journey to find happiness. Congratulations to everyone involved!
Junior School students had a blast at 'From Page to Stage', the Grade 4 Arts Festival at Dover. The Arts Festival gives our students a chance to work together as a team to perform in front of an audience, and develop confidence on stage by taking on a character within a play. Thank you to all who attended and participated.
It's Middle School Spirit Week at East Campus when students express their individuality and creative spirit to fun themes like 'Superhero', 'Meme' and 'Crazy Hair'. Thanks everyone for the great splashes of colour on campus this week!
The K1–G3 Student-Led Conference at East Campus this morning gave our students a chance to share, explore and reflect on their learning experiences with our parent community, helping parents gain valuable insight into how their child navigates different subjects in the classroom. Thank you to all participating parents and students! Photography by Dave Caleb
Family Festival at East Campus. Many thanks to the Parents' Association for their tremendous work organising the fun Mad Hatter-themed event, and all the students, staff, and Community Partners who made it a spectacular day! Photography: Vanshaj G.
Our FIB students performed a drama showcase on Wednesday, Mobile Phone Show by Jim Cartwright, an award-winning short play where teenagers explore their relationships with their mobile phones. The FIB Showcase is a classroom project in which the students work with a published script to create a public performance.
From creative sculptures to beautiful paintings, our talented Junior School student-artists have created some stunning work for the Celebrating Pattern Art Exhibition up on display from 11–28 March in the RBT.
From informative displays on gender issues and women's empowerment in the Tent Plaza to a bake sale in support of Red Traffick Light GC, Dover Campus has been bustling to commemorate International Women's Day the entire week.