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School Assembly Programmes for 2020


"Perfect Harmony"


This programme is eligible for up to 50% subsidy from the Tote Board Arts Grant

(for Primary / Secondary / Tertiary Schools)  


This show is suitable for International Friendship Day and Racial Harmony Day


SYNOPSIS:


Have you ever felt as if you are being bullied or teased because you are different? Have your friends ever teased you and made fun of the way you behave or look? Do you feel the need yourself to tease someone who is different from you just because your other friends are doing it?


An adaptation of several fables, this story starts off with some students teasing a new student for being different. An old man then comes in to tell them a story about friendship and why all of us should not be indifferent to each other, no matter where you come from. Stories about how every individual is important and able to play their part in the community.


This is a showcase of a variety of colourful characters which will encourage students to keep an open-mind and be more accepting of their international peers residing in Singapore. The fables also discuss about the issue against racial discrimination and stereotypes.


An audience-interactive quiz segment will also serve as an engaging recap to the valuable lessons learnt from the show.


    • An audience-interactive quiz segment will also serve as an engaging recap to the valuable lessons learnt from the show.
    • Aims to entertain and educate, but it will also nurture the spirit of friendship and collaboration amongst our youth!
    • The use of masks and puppetry in the performance as part of an aesthetic feel
    • Students will learn about friendship among races and also the various performing art forms


"Bully-Me-Not"


This programme is eligible for up to 50% subsidy from the Tote Board Arts Grant

(for Primary / Secondary / Tertiary Schools)  


Have you ever been bullied before? Have you ever wondered why a bully likes to pick on someone smaller or vulnerable? If that happens, how will you deal with the bully without getting beaten up? Bullies are a common threat in society nowadays especially in schools.


Without the knowledge on how to deal with them, a bully can terrify many people and that will affect the victim’s lives, physically and mentally.


In this show, you can see how one student (Damien) has been bullied on his first day of school and how he deals with it. Pressured and stressed over the bullying, he tries to discover and learn why bullies bully and what he can do to stop or at least deter bullies. There will be lots of audience interaction. It's that simple actually.


"Together We Defend"


(This programme is eligible for up to 50% subsidy from the Tote Board Arts Grant)

(for Primary / Secondary / Tertiary Schools)  


This show is suitable for Total Defence Day, Racial Harmony Day and National Day


What are the pillars of Total Defence? With the new pillar of total defence being introduced, Digital Defence, we have to consider all 6 in order to defend our nation.

 

But what happens when someone wants to take away something so precious like your home, or even something you hold so dear? Will you still help protecting and defending it or would you just walk away? There is a sacred forest where no one knows about. However, due to the technological advancements, even the sacred forest has gone digital or cyber. Almost every creature has a technological device that either assist them in their work or daily life.

 

Follow the story of the Grasshopper (Belalang), Butterfly (Kupu), Firefly (Angus) and the Ant (Semut) as they learn the importance of staying together even though they are different and the importance of being safe especially in this digital world. It may seem safe but even the slightest mistake can cause a great devastation in the community. Can they work together to maintain peace and harmony?

 

This show involves music and lots of interaction with the students. We will highlight on the pillars of Total Defence and the characters will explain how they represent each pillar. Apart from that, students will learn that they can play a part in total defence as well through the performance.

 

The performance will involve lots of music, sing-along in relation to the pillars of total defence and there will be lots of colours in terms of characterisation, costumes and performance. Students can also clap along to the songs and interact with the characters to decide as to which is the best option to make so that they can be aligned to each pillar of total defence. 


"Let's Play a Part"


This programme is eligible for up to 50% subsidy from the Tote Board Arts Grant

(for Primary / Secondary / Tertiary Schools)  


This skit highlights the National Education messages in a fun and interact way for all students at different levels and teachers to enjoy. The show is interactive and there will be interaction between the characters and the audience (students). 


We will highlight on the pillars of Total Defence and the characters will explain how each pillar is represented. Apart from that, students will learn that they can play a part in total defence as well through the performance. At the end of the show, the characters will re-iterate the messages / pillars so that students can better remember them.

 

We have also included the 6th pillar of Total Defence, Digital Defence, into the show.



"Teacher... Teacher..." - A Teacher's Day event

(for Primary / Secondary Schools) 


All of us know that students have talents but have you ever wondered if teachers have talent? Find out as Funplay Workshop provides a light-hearted entertainment for students and teachers as we get participation from a few teachers in your school to be part of our 30-min performance. You will see the hidden talents within teachers.

Be sure to book us in your school calendar and not miss out on these exciting performances and special rates if you book our show before end December (applicable for programmes not under Tote Board Arts Grant).


Email us the booking form at info1@funplay-workshop.com


 

Booking form can be downloaded here.

CORPORATE EVENTS / PROGRAMMES

Christmas Programme (December)


Let Santa's Elf and Santarina entertain you as they mingle amongst the crowd with their games and face/hand painting.


You will also be entertained by our 30-minutes Christmas shows. There are 2 shows to choose from.


Last but not least, nothing is complete without our good old Santa Claus who will be there to give out presents.


So why wait, contact (92772748) or email (events@funplay-workshop.com) us to book our Christmas programmes.

CORPORATE WORKSHOPS


We have a variety of programmes for corporate as well. Please see these programmes and contact us for details:


  • PUBLIC SPEAKING
  • TEAM BUILDING
  • CONFLICT MANAGEMENT
  • PRESENTATIONAL SKILLS
  • CUSTOMISED WORKSHOPS
  • OTHERS

Contact us at events@funplay-workshop.com for details.

School Enrichment Programmes

OUR ENRICHMENT PROGRAMMES

  1. Seronok Berlakon : A Speech and Drama Programme (in Malay)

  2. Seronok Menulis: Creative Writing Workshop (in Malay)

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  1. Seronok Berlakon : A Speech and Drama Programme (in Malay)

This programme is catered for students at Primary and Secondary level. It is an 8 - 10 session programme of 1 / 1.5 hours per session. Each session is divided equally so that students will be able to learn the different aspects of drama per session.

Through this programme, students will learn the basic of Malay vowels, vocal, articulation and voice tones. They will also learn about character development, body movements and how to work with scripts. At the end of the session, students will work together as a team to put up a mini-showcase for their peers.

We believe in cultivating and preserving our Malay heritage and culture especially for our youth. That is why we use and work with some of our Malay Folk tales like “Si Tanggang” and other stories that has moral values for the students to work on and stage in.

Objectives:

  • Providing students with a basic knowledge of drama and acting (in Malay) while having lots of fun with it.

  • To induce passion for the Malay Language

  • To introduce students to Malay Drama as an art form and the fun of basic acting

  • Using drama to help them speak and communicate with their peers in the Malay Language confidently

  • To train students to be more confident when presenting and performing on stage or in public

  • To develop the creativity within students through drama

  • To help students to project when speaking through our exercises

  • Learn various ways to use the Malay Language in not only drama but in the classrooms and outside of the classroom.

  • Develop their individual skills like concentration and focus, self-discipline and leadership and organisational skills and to work as a team

  • To learn more about the values in the Malay Language and Malay Folk Tales


  1. Seronok Menulis : A Creative Writing Workshop (in Malay)

This programme is catered for students at all Levels. It is an 8-session programme of 1.5 hours per session. Each session is divided equally so that students will be able to learn the basic elements in writing a story creatively.

Through this programme, students will learn what are the elements required to write a story. They will also learn that anyone can write a story and this programme will help the students to create a character for their stories. This will then help them in their language and to be creative in their writing. Throughout the sessions, each student will be given a chance to create their own story in the booklet given to them. The best story will get a chance to present their story at the end of the session.

Objectives:

  1. To induce passion for the Malay Language

  2. To introduce students to creative writing as an art form and the fun of writing

  3. To train students to create and write good stories

  4. To develop the creativity within students through writing

  5. To train students to be more confident when presenting and performing on stage or in public

  6. To teach them the basic knowledge on creative writing by using pictures and how a story is being made

  7. Get their interest in writing the Malay Language and hence write better essays and stories

  8. Writing will encourage students to read more (especially at a young age) as they will discover how each story is told and will in turn motivate them to write a story of their own