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Visual Arts


Inspiring others to pursue a healthy lifestyle and to express confidently through aesthetics.


Every JPS child will acquire the necessary knowledge, skills and attitude to cultivate habits for healthy living and aesthetic appreciation.


    1. Cultivate a spirit of innovation and experimentation.
    2. Use visual inquiry skills to discover and explore surroundings.
    3. Interpret artworks using art vocabulary and elements of art.
    4. Apply processes, art materials and media during artmaking that are appropriate to intentions.
    5. Take pride in their own artmaking and respect the artworks of others.
    6. Develop self-confidence, discipline and sense of achievement.
    7. Appreciate and value art from a variety of cultures and context.

P1 to P6 Art Curriculum

Our visual arts curriculum is aligned to the prescribed learning outcomes of the MOE Art syllabus together with a Holistic Assessment. In our Holistic Assessment, our students develop a range of specific skills and soft skills progressively throughout their 6 years in JPS.

P1 to P6 Holistic Assessment

Term 1 – Formative

(Non Weighted)

Term 2 – Summative

First-Combined (SA1)

Term 3 –Formative

(Non Weighted)

Term 4 – Summative

Overall (SA2)



Teacher Assessment  


Peer Assessment

Reflection Journal  

Teacher Assessment



Overview of P1 to P6 Art Curriculum




Weekly Art Lessons

Develop specific and soft skills


Art Appreciation Lessons

Experiment specific techniques used by famous artists.

P1: Julian Opie (Graphic Portrait ICT)

P2: Piet Mondrian (Lines ICT)

P3: Sarkasi Said (Local artist on Batik)

P4: Vincent Van Gogh (Wax Resist)

P5: Andy Warhol (Pop Art)

P6: Pablo Picasso (Cubism)


ICT-Based Art Lessons

Using ICT to create basic digital art


P1 : Julian Opie Self Portraits          

P2 : Abstract art                              

National Day Exhibition

Expressing the 21 st century competency of a concerned citizen

through art.

P1 & 2: Paper Bunting

P3 & 4: Icons of Singapore using recycled materials.

P5 & 6: Class Paper Patch work with details

Interdisciplinary Project Work (IPW)

Develop creativity and innovation & to use SCAMPER to create the required art work


P1: Flying Machine

P2: My Neigbourhood

P5: Appreciating the World