Students in the arts work as both artists and students of the arts. Artists must be inquisitive. Students become excellent learners, inquirers, and creative problem-solvers by cultivating curiosity about themselves, others, and the world. Students engage and transmit feelings, experiences, and ideas through the arts that they produce, perform, and present. Students learn new skills and improve on ones they learned previously through this practice.
Arts development is a dynamic, not necessarily linear, process. Students are encouraged to move freely through the creative process in order to have a better grasp of the arts. The process of creating artwork, as well as the finished product, shows what students have learned, experienced, and attempted to portray.
Drama allows students to create theatre as creators, designers, directors, and performers. It emphasizes the significance of working both independently and collaboratively as part of a group. It allows students to actively participate in the creative process, transforming ideas into action as inquisitive and productive artists.Through the study of Drama, students become aware of their own personal and cultural perspectives, developing an appreciation of the diversity of theatre practices, their processes and their modes of presentation. It enables students to discover and engage with different forms of theatre across time, place and culture and promotes international-mindedness.