The Dance Ensemble caters to pupils who are passionate about Contemporary Dance and Chinese Dance. Pupils in the club will put up yearly performances at school events and compete in the biennial Singapore Youth Festival. Pupils may also be given the opportunity to be involved in national events such as Chingay and the National Day Parade.
|Training Day / Time
P3 - P6
2.15 p.m. – 4.15 p.m.
Ms Siti Fatihah Khan (OIC)
Mrs Jasmine Lim (2IC)
MCS 60th Anniversary Dinner Performance
The Dance Ensemble showcased what went on before getting ready for the big school opening. The dance depicted children in a happy mood as they cleaned and packed to get ready for the big move. Cleaning was not seen as a chore. Instead, the pupils were enthusiastic in their task to make their school a cosy and conducive place to study in. In the midst of their cleaning, pupils showed their lively, cheeky side as they played and teased to the upbeat music.
Lunar New Year Performance
Pupils giving their best during rehearsals for the 2021 Chinese New Year virtual performance.
This performance presented by the Modern Dance girls was a representation of the hectic year that they had gone through. They took part in the National Day Parade, which they spent many weekends at the floating platform preparing for the performance. Even though they had to juggle their time between dance practice and studies, they enjoyed themselves nevertheless as they found joy in the midst of busyness.
Performance at St Theresa’s Nursing Home
Pupils brought smiles and joy to the residence of St Theresa’s Nursing Home with their lively and jovial dance item.
Assisi’s Hospice Christmas Performance
The Dance Ensemble members went through a virtual lesson to master the dance. Through these bubbly dance moves, they brought joy to the patients in the Hospice during the time of the pandemic.
The Dance Ensemble participated in Chingay and the performance that they were in was awarded as one of the Best performances of Chingay in 2019.
National Day Parade
Our Dance Ensemble participated in the National Parade in 2018. Through the experience of performing on the national stage, they have learnt to project more stage presence and built up their self-confidence. This experience has also built greater cohesion among the students and their willingness to help one another.