Arts education in ISCS-The British School of Zug is a vital component of a well-rounded curriculum, fostering creativity, self-expression, and a holistic approach to learning. The inclusion of visual arts, such as drawing, painting, and sculpture, allows students to explore their imagination and develop fine motor skills. Drama and theatre provide a platform for students to express themselves through acting, honing their communication skills and boosting confidence. Music education, encompassing both instrumental and vocal instruction, not only introduces students to the joy of playing an instrument or singing but also enhances their cognitive abilities and emotional intelligence.
The integration of musicals further extends the impact of arts education, offering students the opportunity to collaborate on larger creative projects that involve aspects of visual arts, drama, and music. Engaging in these diverse forms of artistic expression not only enriches the educational experience but also nurtures skills such as teamwork, discipline, and a deep appreciation for the cultural and creative aspects of the human experience. We also have an agreement to collaborate with Zukunft Kinder Cham, Zuki (https://www.zuki.ch/wpn/), which is next to our school building. There, our students have the opportunity to learn and create in an open learning environment, specially for disciplines like Art, languages and natural sciences.