The curriculum of the Juilliard-Nord Anglia Performing Arts Programme and the DCIS Instrumental Programme will be presented at our upcoming parent workshop on Tuesday, 7th March from 8.30 - 9.30am in the Music Room.
We will be explaining the three main areas of the curriculum:
- ‘Ways of Doing’
- ‘Ways of Being’
- ‘Ways of Thinking’
Parents will gain insight into these three learning disciplines by experiencing an excerpt of a lesson from a student’s perspective, in which the objectives of the lesson are:
- To be able to think and understand in patterns (Perception and Performing)
- To be able to be creative (Creativity and Expression)
- To be able to work with others to meet goals (Collaboration)
Parents will experience how these objectives develop four of the nine key competencies of the ‘Learner Ambitions’ model, while fostering all of the ‘Ways of Doing’, ‘Ways of Being’ and ‘Ways of Thinking’ disciplines
An overview of the topics:
- Why learn through the Juilliard-NAE Performing Arts Programme?
- What will my child learn?
- How will my child learn?
- What does the Learner Profile address?
- What opportunities exist at DCIS to extend my child’s learning?
- What are these concerts/mini productions exactly?
- How can my child participate in these events?
The Dover Court Instrumental Programme will also be presented, and parents will be given the opportunity to ask questions directly to instrumental teachers over a range of topics.
Head of Music
NAE Regional Lead – Southeast Asia