Arts education includes the visual and performing arts. Visual arts involve creation of art objects, such as paintings, sculptures and crafts. In performing arts children will learn to sing, dance, act, imagine a story, write a script, design costumes, create scenography and much more.
Children explore their creativity under the supervision of enthusiastic, loving, experienced and highly qualified professionals, who through carefully constructed programmes for every age group, encourage and advance the development of new skills and knowledge. At the centre of our programme’s philosophy is the opportunity for children to lead the creative process with their peers and to understand and think about their roles as creative individuals. This programme is designed to encourage active participation of all students because each individual who attends will have to contribute directly to parts of the creative process.
At Bloom, we believe that art is essential to every child’s education.
Experiencing art benefits children in their intellectual, personal, and social development. Research studies point to strong relationships between learning in the arts and fundamental cognitive skills and capacities used to master other core subjects, including reading, writing, and mathematics. Research also indicates that students become more responsible for their own learning, and critical thinking skills are promoted. Arts education plays an essential role in improving mental approach and character building. There are also significant spiritual and psychological benefits for the children, such as self-esteem, self-discipline, and fulfillment.