Throughout the year, students attend a number of Creative Arts Performances. These performances are designed to give students an insight and exposure to the many different dimensions of the Performing Arts. These performances can include opera, stage plays, puppetry, storytelling, musical acts and many more.
On Wednesday, all students attended the Creative Arts Performance, ‘WALA: The Spirit of Ghana’. Three passionate and talented performers shared their Ghanaian culture. They had 15 hand-made African drums and flutes which they used throughout the performance. The performance engaged the audience with a variety of songs and dancing. Students enjoyed the opportunity to dance and shared their appreciation of the talented musicians.