Arts events at the College are divided into three seasons - one for each of the College terms. This provides an enormous number of opportunities for student involvement in Arts events across a spectrum of disciplnes throughout the academic year. In any one year across the College there are up to 20 drama productions, 15 concerts, a number of art exhibitions and a host of formal and informal performance events. Many of these will involve the work of students from a number of schools - as performers, technicians, producers, directors and writers. The quality of work on offer is extraordinary and is a testament to the talents and enthusiasm of the students.
Enabling this programme on the Dover Campus are extensive, modern facilities - three theatres, the recently re-furbished Main Hall that is a venue for both concerts and exhibitions, a spacious purpose-built music department, ever-busy art studios and four dedicated drama rooms. However - no matter how impressive the infrastructure of any institution is, it is the enthusiastic commitment of the students that is crucial. The new campus at Tampines will enjoy the use of facilities that include tiered, black box theatres and other dedicated performance spaces, art rooms, a dark room, ceramics studio, and specialist music performance and teaching facilities.
A ‘United Nations Evening' performance is staged each October by each of the schools across both campuses. Infant and Junior School students concentrate on a shorter, whole-grade performance reflecting the diversity of cultural groups represented at the school. In the Middle and High Schools, national groups draw together to produce a musical or dramatic item reflecting the culture of the country concerned and the students are responsible for their own presentations. A food festival is held at the same time, with each country represented offering food representative of its culinary tradition.