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|HOD/Aesthetics||Mr Low Chee Keong David|
|Subject Head / FCE||Mdm Ernawati Shaffie Bte Othman|
|Teachers||Mr.Fong Kai Pew|
Mdm Kalaivanni d/o Somasundram
Mr Tan Jia En Andrew
Ms Tan Ying Jo-Anne
Ms Sim Ching Tee Carene
Mr Jerrold Chong Yuan Pei
Mdm Uvarani d/o Munusamy
Mr Chin Koi Yen
Ms Hia Lan Ching Wendy
|Allied Educator (AED)||Mr Chan Fatt Seng|
|Workshop Instructor (TSO)||Mr Zulkiflee Bin Ismail|
Mr Salikin Bin Sarkawi
Department VisionTo develop creative thinkers and inventive problem solvers through an innovative and challenging instructional programme.
The Aesthetic department comprises Art, Design & Technology (D&T), Music, and Nutrition and Food Science (NFS) instructional units. The Art curriculum makes use of inquiry learning to strengthen students’ observational skills and understanding of the elements and principles of Art to create personal art works and as well as develop critical thinking and appreciation of Art. Similarly the NFS curriculum engages students in inquiry learning of food and nutrition through a cyclical process of engagement, exploration, explanation and application. Students learn to be health conscious and discerning consumers who are able to make informed decisions on food and finances. The D&T curriculum develops students in design thinking which includes research, analysis and critical thinking skills in finding solutions to authentic problems. The Music curriculum develops students’ understanding of musical rudiments and builds confidence and skills in group ensemble performances including playing of the keyboard.
Arts Discovery & Arts Fiesta
Students have a choice of 6 Art and Music enrichment programmes for the entire cohort of Sec 1 and 3. Examples include Batik painting, printmaking, guitar playing and Beat box.
CCKSians Have Talent Competition
The annual competition in search of the next talent begins in May and culminates in the finals held in conjunction with National Day Celebrations.
NAC-AEP Assembly performances
Students look forward to music assembly performances by professional artistes every term. Examples of performances range from Jazz music, Indian classical music, to combo band and acapella performances.