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Chinese Dance

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Thursday
P3 – P6
1.30pm-3.30pm
Teachers-In-Charge

    
Chinese Dance aims to provide students with the opportunity to learn and appreciate Chinese Dance. Students are trained in basic Chinese Dance moves through stretching and developmental exercises. They participate in Chinese Dance performances in school events, external performances in the community and the Singapore Youth Festival (SYF). In addition to learning the dance, students also go for Chinese Dance performances by other schools and organisations as a form of exposure

Ms Jacinda Ng (I/C)
Mdm Mei Tian Tian(Co I/C)
Ms Lye Cheng Wai, Lilian 
Mdm Shu Xiao Mei
      

Indian Dance

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Thursday 
P3 – P6 
          1.30pm-3.30pm 
Teachers-In-Charge
    
Indian Dance exposes our students to different forms of Indian Dance – both classical and modern. They will learn to work together as a team and also acquire better co-ordination. Students can look forward to performing during special school concerts like Deepavali and School Annual Prize-Giving ceremony. Identified students will also have the opportunity to participate in the Singapore Youth Festival (SYF).

Ms Yeo Lay Peng (I/C)
Ms Ellene Prashanti D/O T. Yogarajah (Co I/C)
Mrs Leong Hwee Peng

Malay Dance

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Thursday 
P3 – P6 
1.30pm-3.30pm 

Teachers-In-Charge
Malay Dance is opened to all students who have the talent and interest in dancing.  Students will be taught basic dance skills so that they can enjoy the dance as a recreation and also to prepare them for dance performances. Students will be trained by an experienced dance instructor who has led the team in performing on several occasions, in and outside school. Identified students get to take part in the Singapore Youth Festival (SYF) too. We hope our students will master the dance moves, learn to work together in a team and enjoy themselves during the dance practice sessions.

Mdm Norlaily (I/C)
Ms Nur Marina Somdi (Co I/C)
Mdm Nurashlyn Abdul Rashid
Mdm Norbi Mohd Salleh

Choir

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Thursday 
P3 – P6 
1.30pm-3.30pm 


Teachers-In-Charge
The BLGPS Choir aims to identify and develop potential singing talents. Students will undergo a series of musicianship lessons and choral training under a choir conductor. Through the weekly practices, they will be exposed to a wide repertoire of songs in different international languages. Their learning will be further enhanced through platforms such as attending musical performances and concerts as well as participating in local choir exchanges. Core values such discipline, commitment, teamwork and responsibility will be instilled through internal/external performances and competitions. Students will be selected based on their passion for music and ability to sing.

Mrs Rachel Por (I/C)
Ms Annalisa (Co I/C)
Ms Victoria