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                                                                                                                               apart from me you can do nothing." 
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General Music Programme

Primary 1 students creating and clapping their own rhythmic ostinatos using ice-cream sticks


Aesthetics Day is a special day set aside for all pupils from Primary 1 to 6 to perform on a 360-degree stage. Organised by the Aesthetics department, the event aims to nurture confident Fairsians who are appreciative of the arts. On that day, students’ musical talents are showcased through various performances based on the music curriculum (e.g. ukulele, ethnic drums, keyboard, song and dance). It is a fun occasion where everybody takes turn to perform as well as be a supportive and appreciative audience.


Primary 6s performing on the ukulele for Fairfield’s Aesthetics Day 2018


Primary 5 students performing rhythmically on ethnic percussion instruments


Primary 1 students performing with singing and movement


More hand actions and singing by the Primary 1s and 2s


Keyboard performances by the Primary 3s and 4s


130th Founder’s Day Theme Song Writing Masterclass and Mentoring Session

To allow our students an opportunity to learn more about songwriting and appreciate works from local composers, we engaged a professional from the creative industry and ex-Fairsian, Ms Elaine Chan. She mentored the student songwriters who composed the winning theme song and guided them on how to enhance it. She also conducted a masterclass for all interested students and shared tips on songwriting. The students also had a fun time singing famous NDP tunes composed by Ms Chan such as NDP 2005 theme song “Reach out for the skies” and NDP 2013 theme song “One Singapore”. Students even had a chance to co-create a song together with her! What a musical treat it was for our Fairsians! The masterclass was held on 3 July 2018 at the FMS(P) Performing Arts Studio (PAS).





Youth Arts Workshops

Coding Workshop

Drumming Workshop

Acoustic Guitar Workshop

SYF Songwriting Competition 2018

Congratulations Fairsians for doing us proud! This year, our students participated in the SYF 2018 Songwriting Contest and they clinched an award! Josher Lo and Joel Tan of 6G won the consolation award for their original song titled “We are the Youth”. 
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Left: Josher singing and playing the flute during the recording session. Right: Joel playing the drums for recording. 

Official launch of Youth Station at National Library Board (NLB), Singapore on 7 July 2018



Live Concert! 8 July 2018 @ National Library Board (NLB), Singapore Ground Plaza



130th Founder’s Day Theme Song Writing Contest

This contest, which was a joint effort with Fairfield Methodist School (Secondary) saw a total of 11 entries. 5 songs were selected based on the three criteria – melody, lyrics and arrangement. All winners received a crystal plaque and a professional music recording experience. To extend our their musical learning, the songwriters of the winning theme song will also attend a mentoring session conducted by a professional from the creative industry.

Congratulations to all winners! (By no order of rank)

No.Name of Student(s)ClassSchoolSong Title Award
1.Ang Jan Tsi, Leo Kit Yee and Natalie Hu
6HFMS(P)One Fairfield Family Overall Winner
2.Wong Yen Hyi, Nadyezhda2CFMS(P)The Fairfield SongTop 4 FInalists
 3. Sarah Yeo Shu En  4DFMS(P)  One Fairfield Top 4 FInalists 
 4.  Tan Rei Soong Joel 6GFMS(P) 130 Years of Grace  Top 4 FInalists 
 5. Song Yi Ci, Dahlia Tay and Leia Mow  2BFMS(S)  One Fairfield Top 4 FInalists