IN Art Exhibition 2017
Some of our talented Visual Arts students exhibited their work at the 2017 IN Art Exhibition at the Australian High Commission here in Singapore.
- Emma Cheuk, Mother
- Shania Darmadi, Envy
- Ae Young Lee, Silence and Coexistence
- Tara Andrew, Hidden Perspectives
- Beda Bellugue O’Leary, “We’re the places that we want to go” (Max)
- Jessica Bass, Anthomania (great love of flowers)
- Emily Segura, More Life
- Niamh Thompsett, The Scape
Mr. Bruce Gosper, the Australian High Commissioner to Singapore spoke about the impressive talents of the young artists and that it was great that the works could be displayed along the walls of the High Commission - art space generally reserved for well-known progressional artists.
Congratulations to all the talented students who had their work selected to be part of the exhibition.
For more info, including details of the AIS student works, go to https://inexhibition2017.wordpress.com
The works are on show from 15 November to 15 January at the Australian High Commission Singapore, 25 Napier Road.
86.7% of AIS students made greater than or equal to expected growth in Numeracy.
Another great result was in Year 3, with 49% of students achieved in the top band in Reading - 20% higher than the State average. Also in Year 3, 53% of students achieved in the top band in Grammar and Punctuation
Our Year 5’s put in an outstanding performance with 91% of students performing in the top 3 bands in Reading.
Simply register online to secure your child’s place at AIS.