Pottery classes first started out as a co-curricular activity (CCA) in year 2003. It is re-grouped into Performing & Visual Arts (PVA) in the curriculum time.
Pottery is an extremely therapeutic activity that allows those involved to relieve stress and cultivate patience. It enhances creativity, spatial intelligence and fine-motor skills development among children. Hand pinching, slabbing and coiling using the pottery wheel are some of the techniques that our students have learnt.
Putting their skills to good use, these little potters created numbers of pottery.