“You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have.” –Maya Angelou
At Millennium World School we believe in the holistic development of the students’ personality. When we talk about all-inclusive and holistic growth, we also focus on the artistic aspects and interests of the students. The world has witnessed numerous revolutions torched by the artists alone, bringing in change for the good. We foster the creative instincts of the students by introducing comprehensive arts education. We have included a visual arts curriculum to provide opportunities to the students to explore, express and experiment with ideas through drawing, painting, music, dance, storytelling, creative writing.
The creative skills are exponential in the overall development of the students to approach new ideas, experiences and challenges that are exponentially rewarding and offer an enriching experience throughout their learning tenure at Millennium. Art is a form of communication and by fostering creativity we also foster in the children the ability to express and present their ideas to others. Every child is born with creative potential and that needs to be nurtured and stimulated from the very beginning.