Special needs students will now have access to customised arts curriculum

Special needs students will now have access to customised arts curriculum
Primary school students having art curriculum

Special needs students will have better-developed art lessons co-taught by artists, thanks to a new National Arts Council (NAC) programme officially launched on Wednesday. The NAC Artist-Special Education (Sped) School Partnership Programme will bring a stronger arts curriculum into Sped schools all over Singapore. Schools can propose art classes they feel will benefit their students - such as drumming, sculpting or drama - and NAC will fund up to $17,000 over two years to support these programmes.


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