Expressive Arts

The expressive arts include art and design, dance, drama and music.  Learning in, through and about the expressive arts enables children and young people to;

  • recognise and represent feelings and emotions
  • be creative and express themselves in different ways
  • experience enjoyment and contribute to other people’s enjoyment through creative and expressive performance and presentation
  • develop skills specific to the expressive arts and also those which are transferable
  • recognise and value the variety of culture locally, nationally and globally
  • build foundation for excellence in the expressive arts

At Ralston much of our work in the expressive arts is delivered via links to class topics.  The expressive arts are rich and stimulating and where possible we establish links with professional arts companies and cultural organisations to engage and motivate our learners.

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