All workshops are open to DAS and non-DAS students in pre-school, primary, secondary and post-secondary (up to 18 years old).


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SES Holiday Workshops Mar 2018 FINAL web


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Date: Mon - Wed 12, 13, 14 March 2018
Time: 10.00am - 12.00pm
Level: P1 - P4
Price: $120

The Literacy through Drama programme aims to introduce to children a host of language and literacy skills through advanced speech and drama strategies. In our contextualised drama activities, students define, articulate, express and verbalise thoughts.  Children are encouraged to use literate language that will eventually transfer into their learning of written language.


  • to build students' vocabulary bank thematically, to learn and use appropriate words to express themselves effectively.
  • to encourage reading and deepen students' understanding of narrative passages.
  • to build students' confidence level in using figurative language in composition writing in school and in conversations.
  • to build and enhance students' self-esteem and confidence level through stage experience.


Date: Mon - Wed 12, 13, 14 March 2018
Time: 1pm - 3pm
Level: P5 - S2
Price: $120

The Educational Drama workshop aims to help our students to develop awareness, encourage positive attitudes, and make decisions to help them acquire life skills that link with the core of 21st Centuries Competencies framework where knowledge and skills are underpinned by values. 

This would be an opportunity for the students to develop social and communication skills; collaborating and expressing ideas and opinions with a team. In addition, by using 'real' stories as the stimulus in class would allow the children to develop care and concern and be able to handle challenging situations well.


  • To stimulate spontaneity, creativity and their imaginative skills.
  • To develop innovative and exploratory thinking that will help original ideas to emerge.
  • To develop speech skills such as voice projection, articulation pronunciation. 

Brush-Lettering for Beginners

Date: Thursday 15 March 2018
Time: 10.30am - 12.30pm
Level: P5 - S5
Price: $45
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Jump right on the brush-lettering trend wagon and learn how to design insta-worthy works!  Discover the basics of brush lettering and watercolour-smudge techniques in our 2-hour workshop that is crafted specially for beginners.  No experience required, just a keenness to learn and to explore the creative side of you.  
At the end of the workshop:
  1. Students will be able to know the simple tools required in brush-lettering.
  2. Students will be able to demonstrate the basic techniques of brush-lettering and practice writing the alphabet in brush-lettering font using tutorial sheets.
  3. Students will be able to demonstrate the watercolour-smudge technique using paints and Ziploc bags.
  4. Students will produce their own framed art piece - a meaningful quote of their choice written in brush-lettering font on a watercolour-smudge background and bring it home 

Create Handmade Greeting Cards

Date: Wednesday 14 March 2018
Time: 2.30pm - 4.30pm
Level: P4 - P6
Price: $45
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Making your own Greeting Cards is an awesome way to show someone how special they are. Forget your fancy apps-loaded gadgets and come join us for an afternoon of colorful watercolour painting, using guided hand-lettering techniques. Come discover your hidden talents and make someone feel special today! Specially brought to you by our very own educational therapists! Sign up now!

At the end of the workshop:

  1. Students will be able to know the basic tools required in making greeting cards using watercolour and stencils.
  2. Students will be able to demonstrate the basic techniques in mixing and selecting colours with watercolour paints.
  3. Students will be able to demonstrate simple watercolour brush strokes using the round brush and produce a design by painting over pre-made stencils (star, birthday cake, heart, circle templates).
  4. Students will be able to demonstrate simple hand-lettering techniques to write the greeting.
  5. Students will create two of their own greeting cards using the abovementioned techniques and bring their own creations home.


As we continue to embrace dyslexia, we aim to produce and conduct workshops that focus on the strengths of our students with dyslexia.  The chart above provides an overview of the skill areas that workshops are designed and how the skills that each workshop focuses on can enhance the strength/s of our students with learning differences.  Each of these triads helps promote unconventional thinking among our students thereby helping them overcome their learning differences, by developing their own coping mechanism in their learning and their self confidence.





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