Learning is much more than the paper, pencil and books.
Music is a universal language that we can all understand and relate to. At BOMIS, we introduce our students to high-quality music lessons in singing and a wide range of instruments from an early age.
Infants recognise the melody of a song long before they understand the words. Toddlers enjoy dancing and grooving to music. Teenagers are known to use musical experiences to create friendships and to carve out a space for themselves which sets them apart from others.
Our students learn about musical techniques in greater depth through classes that touch upon subjects such as composition, music technology, jazz improvisation and music theory
Through the use of drama, our goal is to give students the confidence and self-awareness to take on any challenging opportunity that may come their way.By incorporating drama as an essential element of learning, our students are given a chance to celebrate the sheer richness and depth of human expression in all of its forms.Drama is also a great avenue for students to get in touch with their solitude – a space where students have the option to shut out their surroundings and fully immerse themselves in a creative environment.Whether students have the opportunity to perform in theatre productions or help out behind the scenes, studying Drama and Performing Arts not only engages with the creative side of the brain, it also helps students’ study better by developing cognitive abilities that complement study in other disciplines. It also allows them to conquer stage fright and learn more about body language along with stage presence.
Research suggests that students who received more arts education did better on standardized tests, had greater social skills and were more motivated to achieve their goals than those who had little or no access to arts education.
According to a report by Americans for the Arts, art education strengthens problem-solving and critical-thinking skills. For young children, arts education provides them with opportunities to learn words for colors, shapes and actions.
Moreover, many of the motions involved in making art, such as holding a paintbrush or scribbling with a crayon, are essential to the growth of fine motor skills in young children. Learning art is also related to gains in math, reading, cognitive ability, critical thinking, and verbal skills.
At our school, art is used as a medium for our students to express their inner thoughts and as a creative learning tool to understand the many nuances of the world we live in. Regular visits to museums and art exhibitions further expand their horizons and expose them to art from other times and artists.
Yoga and Meditation
Speech and Drama
Murals and Sculpture
Theme Based Arts