Creative Arts at Agora International School:
70+ PERFORMANCES EACH SCHOOL YEAR
8 DIFFERENT CREATIVE ARTS
DANCE SCHOOL FROM THE AGE OF 3
6+ ARTISTIC DISCIPLINES
They’ll tell you about it…
“I began painting classes at the age of six and have been going every year since then, learning new things and becoming more and more interested in art. With all the paintings I have done in all these years, I could fill up a gallery, thanks to the teacher who has always encouraged me to work, progress and improve.”
Art, creative, expressive, aesthetic, communicative impulse, continuously searching for new ideas, new techniques. No other human expression makes us feel so free, and that’s why children feel the need to draw and scribble and experience the joy that comes from it.
We learn to walk by walking, and to paint by painting. Success through practice!
Through drawing and painting our pupils discover a world of shapes, outlines, textures and colours which symbolise feelings and experiences. Stimulating communication, creativity and sensitivity, they boost their capacity for concentration and self-expression, increase their self-esteem and the organisation of their ideas and improve their perception of the world.
In extracurricular painting and drawing activities at Agora International School Madrid we group pupils by age from 8 years old onwards, and teach them disciplines such as charcoal drawing, soft pastels, tempera, acrylic, watercolour, and oil painting, as well as others.
Through the Agora International Victor Ullate Roche Performing Arts School , our pupils are granted access to the dance and performing arts teaching of Victor Ullate Roche, director of the only private, professional dance conservatoire and school of advanced performing arts studies, where pupils enjoy a thrilling journey through dance, singing, and acting, as well as privileges in professional access.
The Agora International Victor Ullate Roche Performing Arts School provides pupils with a high-quality education in the arts which they enjoy and have fun with, while it boosts their sensitivity, concentration, and team work skills through extracurricular activities such as Musical Theatre, Funky, Hip Hop, Ballet, Singing, and Acting.
Participation in dance is important for children because it stimulates their sense of discipline and commitment and helps them to face challenges involving different movements, which are part of this art.
Dance, in general, helps children to co-ordinate their movement and plan their actions, to become more sensitive, and to express themselves through movement . It is important to highlight that this is not an activity just for girls. Perhaps more now than ever, boys enjoy dance and movement much more – especially when this is combined with the music they like.