The Talent Management Programme in FPPS provides our talented pupils with multiple platforms to showcase their talents. The school stages a public ticketed production once every two years.
25 actors, 16 dancers, 31 fringe performers and ALL our staff were part of our spectacular production- 'Piknowcchio's Playstore', which was staged at School of the Arts Drama Theatre on 5 August 2017. Both the matinee and evening shows were sold-out! Our young performers put up 2 dazzling shows for over 840 people. We're pleased to share with you some of the best moments from the play!
Drama Club Performance for Central Clean and Green Carnival
Farrer Park Primary has been invited to participate in the launch of the Central Clean and Green Carnival organised by National Environment Agency on 19 November this year.
The pupils from the Drama Club put up a play- Peggy the Pint-sized Pirate, at the carnival's launch to share with the members of the public the importance of reducing waste and the impact that littering has on the environment. The guest of honour for the carnival was the Minister of State for Health, Dr Lam Pin Min.
The pupils had a fabulous time being Green Ambassadors as they advocated the importance of keeping Singapore clean and green at the carnival.
National Day Performance for MOE National Day Observance Ceremony
Our students from the Drama Club performed for MOE's National Day Observance Ceremony. "Finding Singa" is a story written by the teachers and students of Drama Club. Does Singapore really need a kindness mascot to remind themselves to be kind? Find out what the students of Farrer Park really think in this story!
Farrer Park Primary School Open House Performance
National Story Challenge
have been identified to have a flair for acting and public speaking would be
encouraged to join the Drama Club. The Drama Club has been providing various
platforms for the budding talents to build their skills and confidence as actors.
year, we sent 3 groups of pupils to participate in the National Story
Challenge, a National improvisational storytelling competition, organised
jointly by the National Library Board and Theatre Practice (a Theatre Company).
2 of the 3 groups were from the Drama Club and they did exceedingly well for
the competition! We are very proud of our pupils who have demonstrated
resilience and confidence throughout this competition!
The Drama Club is the chief anchor of excellence to the iDREaM programme. The Drama Club in FPPS aims to bring theatre to the community.
The club is divided into two groups- Production group and Modular group.
Core members of the Drama Club form the Production group. They are involved in staging performances for the various school events that take place in the year. The budding talents of these members are developed through a structured actor training programme for the whole year.
The Drama Club has been committed
to bringing theatre to the community since it was formed in 2011.
In March 2015, the Drama Club has
gained yet another milestone for the school. We staged our very first ticketed
public production “Forgiven- A Fairy Tale” at 16 Winstedt
Road on 14 March 2015. After 6 months of rigourous
training, our young actors have blossomed in their own ways and put up a
spectacular show! The play was a great success and all 674 tickets were sold
Here are some highlights from the
Participation in Project Earth
As part of our efforts of
citizenship education in school, the Drama Club members play an active role in
communicating the importance of recycling to the community.
For the past 2 years, we have been
partnering National Environment Agency (NEA) to put up a skit on recycling at
the Project Earth Roadshow.
This year, members from the Drama
Club would be participating as well!
Project Earth 2014 @
Plaza, the children performed “Michael Recycle”
Earth 2013 @ City Square Mall, the children performed “The
The Drama Club has also staged 2
other performances in 2014.
members performed “The
Tree House at
the National Library in
Michael Recycle team was invited to perform for My Tree House’s One Year
Anniversary Celebration on 30 May 2014
Members of the Modular Group
Members of the modular group go
through basic actor training.
In 2014, all the members from the
modular group took up the challenge to perform a monologue! They did extremely
well as novice actors!
here to watch the highlights
from the monologues!