‘Creativity’ will be one of the top three skills required to thrive in 2020, behind complex problem solving and critical thinking. While allowing children to develop creative passions, they simultaneously teach children language and communication skills, helping them to communicate effectively with others with confidence. With improved self confidence and self belief, equips children into mastering many more skills that develop their emotional intelligence and a unique skillset.
Children who participate in display improved performance in more traditionally academic subjects. Whether to build on English, Bangla or Arabic language and literacy lessons, or as a cross-curricular medium to support other subjects such as mathematics or science, arts allow children a more liberal approach to learn through experimentation and applied learning.
Whether the choice is classical art, drama performances, debate performances, crafting, graphics design, public speaking, cooking classes, recitation (poetry, Qur’an, Du’a, Nasheed), students will not find themselves short of options or opportunities to indulge in creative arts and improve their skillets.