The study of Creative Arts is essential in education as it develops emotional intelligence, confidence and resilience. The study of Creative Arts also teaches discipline and commitment, communications skills, identity and belonging, creativity and problem-solving skills and coordination.

At KIS, we offer Drama, Music and Creative Media.

Year 7 &
Year 8
Year 9Year 10 & Year 11Year 12 & Year 13
Drama Music ArtDrama Music ArtPerforming Arts (Drama)
Music Art Creative Media – Film Making
Performing Arts (Drama)
Music Art Creative Media – Film Making
CompulsoryStudents choose 2 of the 3OptionalOptional

BTEC Performing Arts
For students with their sights set on a career in the performance industry, a BTEC in Performing Arts is a great choice. The practice-based courses aim to provide students with the relevant skills and knowledge that employers value, as well as the confidence to progress into a fulfilling, exciting career in a creative industry. At this point in time we offer BTEC Performing Arts for Acting and Musical Theatre.

The primary purpose of Creative Arts is to express feelings and ideas or tell a story. They are often seen as entertainment or amusement but can also be used to teach lessons or relay messages. The value of Creative Arts lies in their ability to stimulate the imagination and creativity of both the creator and the observer.

They can communicate emotions that cannot be easily expressed through words alone. In addition, creative arts can be a form of therapy, providing an outlet for stress and anxiety. Whether used for amusement, education, or self-expression, the creative arts serve a purpose in our lives.