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Lion Dance

 

MISSION

To develop pupils to have a positive attitude, strive for continual improvement, be self-disciplined, and develop a healthy mind and body.
To instill in pupils the appreciation in lion dance and to give an all-rounded development in lion dancing skills.
培育积极,精进,自律,健康的人格于全面性的醒狮训练

 

VISION

Excellence in Character and Passion for Lion Dancing
卓越人品,热爱醒狮

 

BRIEF OVERVIEW

The Lion Dance Club allows pupils to develop an appreciation for lion dance and pupils are given the opportunity to learn the drums, cymbals and lion in their 5 years with us in the club. Pupils will learn various lion dance sequences and the different accompanying drumming and cymbals. Pupils will be taught and provided with opportunities to develop their character and their leadership skills.

 

 

DAY & TIME

VENUE

TEACHER IN CHARGE

LEVELS INVOLVED

Friday: 7.45-9.15 am

Basketball court


Ms Wee Wanqing

P2-P5

Extra trainings:
(As stated in consent forms)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13th NTU Institutional Lion Dance Competition


NAME OF EVENT

13th NTU Institutional Lion Dance Competition

Theme

To uphold and promote the arts of lion and dragon dance

 

Date

26th March 2017

Time

9.30am to 1.10pm

Highlights

Primary School Category and Secondary School Category competition.

OBJECTIVES

To inculcate the ancient art of lion dancing to the members, to provide a space and opportunity for members to pursue their interest in lion dance, and to promote lion dance to the publicobjectives of inculcating the ancient art of lion dancing to the young undergraduates, to provide a space for likeminded student to pursue their interest in lion dance, and to promote lion dance to the public

















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Getting all ready for the competition!

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Lion dancer showcasing their skills to impress the audiences!

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A lot of hard work behind one impressive stunt!

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Our Lion Dancers with their certificate of participation.

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Our Lion Dancers being congratulated on a job well done by the Guest of Honour.

12th NTU Institutional Lion Dance Competition


Theme

To uphold and promote the arts of lion and dragon dance

 

Date

3rd April 2016

Time

10am to 6pm

Highlights

Primary School Category and Secondary School Category competition.
Performance by Yan Wong Cultural Troupe

OBJECTIVES

To inculcate the ancient art of lion dancing to the members, to provide a space and opportunity for members to pursue their interest in lion dance and to promote lion dance to the public.

















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Our Lion Dance Drummer, Poh Wei Tian, putting in his best effort during the competition.


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Performing together, as one!


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Impressing the audiences with some impressive stunts!



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Showcasing the fruits of their labour at the competition.


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Thanking the judges after the competition!

 

For more photos and videos, click on the link here: www.tinyurl.com/rvliondance

 

 

2015 Performance at  Pasir Ris Punggol GRC+ Punggol East SMC SG50 National Day Dinner

 

2014 Performance at CNY School Celebrations

 

 

 

2014 Chong Ghee Temple CNY Senior Citizens Celebrations

 

 

2013 CCA Day booth

 

 

2013 CNY

 

The 10th NTU Institutional Lion Dance Competition 2014

 

Lion Dance CCA participated in The 10th NTU Institutional Lion Dance Competition 2014 which was held on 23 March 2014 at The Cathay atrium.

Pupils started training immediately after the Lunar New Year Celebration. Parents  were very supportive of their children’s learning and supported the pupils all the way to the competition day.

This is the first competition that the CCA took part in a competition. With the limited competition experience, the school is proud with their score of 8.31.

 
 
 

At one of the many practices. Self-directed learning.

 

Parents were at the training session to support their children.

 

Group photo at the final training sessions before the competition.

 

 

Group photo at the competition venue before the start of the competition. 

Pupils getting ready for the drawing lot to decide the order of the performance.