|Drum & Lyre|
Mutiara’s music programme strives to discover and develop the innate musical talents of every child. Pupils are trained in singing, music theory and stage presence. They are encouraged and given the opportunity to try out their musical skills in various in-house programmes, theatrical productions, festive occasions and competitions. The Year Group Assemblies always provide an avenue to showcase innate talents amongst our pupils.
To train to sing with excellence
To train young musicians to work together with precision
To provide an outlet for creativity and artistic expression through music
To encourage pupils’ involvement in school performances, community programmes, contests and festivals
Drum & Lyre
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The game is one of the most popular activities of the MIGS pupils. They have the opportunity to learn, practise and represent the school team in several interschool tournaments. In addition, various friendly matches are initiated by the P.E to help our pupils excel in the game and instill a lifelong interest.
To develop general fitness, skills and tactical awareness
To encourage and promote teamwork
To create thinking players of the future
The activity is one of our outsourced programmes that stems from our belief that ‘the most successful pupils, be they academic, sporting or vocational, are those whohave the ability to control their own behaviour and motivate themselves to listen and learn’.
To develop an appreciation for Taekwondo as a sport as well as an art
To achieve physical fitness through positive participation
To improve self discipline and develop a sense of responsibility for oneself and others
Pupils are taught the basic skills - to hit the ball at Tee, catching, base running, field position and rules of the game. These are further encouraged for developing their softball skills.
To encourage increased participation
To prepare our pupils for inter- house as well as inter- school competitions
To enhance good sportsmanship and teamwork