Creative Arts

The Creative Arts play a major part in school life at St. Andrews International School, Green Valley. We believe that studying Music, Drama, Visual Arts and Design and Technology helps students become aware of additional methods of communication and develop a lifelong engagement with and appreciation for the arts.

Every year we have at least

  • 10

    Annual Music Concerts

  • 6

    Annual Drama Productions

  • 4

    Annual Art and D&T Exhibitions


St. Andrews Drama department’s goal is to create an environment that is welcoming and engaging to all of its members. Our department provides for the development of imaginative, purposeful, and skilled expression in the theatre creating students who share a passion for theatre and performing arts.

We aim for Drama to be colourful and fun; developing and exploring drama techniques through a skills and issues-based curriculum. The department promotes learning about theatre through lessons, activities, workshops, trips and productions. It is a place where the students can explore, develop and find their imagination, talents and creativity and provides opportunities for artistic growth within the department itself as well as the greater school community.

Visual Arts

In art, craft and design at St. Andrews International School Green Valley, pupils explore visual, tactile and other sensory experiences to communicate ideas and meaning. They work with traditional and new media, developing confidence, competence, creativity and imagination. They learn to appreciate images and artefacts across times and cultures, and to understand the contexts in which they were made. In art, craft and design, pupils reflect critically on their own and other peoples work, judging quality, value and meaning. They learn to think and act as artists, craftspeople and designers. They appreciate the role of the creative and cultural industries that enrich their lives.

Design & Technology

Our Design & Technology workshop enables learners to identify, consider and solve problems through creative thinking, planning and design, and by working with different media, materials and tools to produce a made product. Students have the opportunity to learn and develop both traditional hand making techniques as well as modern technologies incorporating CAD and CAM.


Music plays an active role in the curriculum and extra-curricular opportunities of the Primary and Secondary school, and the goal of the Music department is to create a love and appreciation for the subject. From learning about percussion and different beats, to reading music and writing their own songs, students are able to immerse themselves in all opportunities that Music offers. All students study Music from as early as Nursery. In Year 10 – 11, students can opt to complete the IGCSE Music course, and in Year 12-13 they can choose to study IBDP Music.

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