Join us in spreading the culture of hip-hop through break-dancing and get familiar with the four elements of B-Boying: ‘Top rock’, ‘Down rock’, ‘freezes’, and ‘power moves’. The B-Boy Dance Club is for girls and boys who have a passion for hip-hop and wish to practise their craft in weekly trainings centred around fun and experiential learning, while improving their technical dance skills.
Join the Chinese Calligraphy Club and learn to write elegant Chinese script and paint beautiful landscapes. Through calligraphy and Chinese painting classes, you’ll get to interact with various nationalities and help to spread awareness of Chinese
calligraphy among all NP students. Outstanding pieces of work may even be showcased and submitted for competitions.
Established since 1979, the NP Chinese Dance Club (NPCD) has been focusing on contemporary Chinese Dance. We aim to create awareness of this rich cultural art form by giving back to the community through public performances, both on and off campus. Currently,
NPCD is female-dominated. So guys, you are welcome to join us and give our club a better gender mix!
At the Chinese Drama Club, also known as the Stage Art Group (SAG), we perform Chinese Stage Art which extends to radio dramas and even mini musicals. Our mission is to nurture acting talent and provide diverse stage art exposure for our members.
As a member, you’ll be involved in the various aspects of stage production, from the basics of stage lighting and sound to making props and costumes, and even scriptwriting and make-up. The club has performed locally, as well as in Malaysian
cities like Johor Bahru, Kuala Lumpur and Penang. So, get ready to add international stage performance to your resume.
Do you play a Chinese instrument? If so, we’d love to welcome you to the Chinese Orchestra Club, where you can participate actively in performances and take part in no less than five events each year. You’ll be in great company. The club’s
conductor, Zheng Kai Wen, is an accomplished Huqin musician in Singapore and is currently a Zhonghu performer in the Singapore Chinese Orchestra.
The Concert Band Club was started to encourage NP students to continue pursuing their passion in music! It holds annual concerts, such as Rondeau, to share musical experiences with family, friends and the NP community. The club won gold in the Singapore
International Band Festival in 2016 and is supported by a strong alumni community. And for a holistic CCA experience, you can take part in band exchange programmes, competitions and annual outdoor performances!
The Contemporary Dance Club, also popularly known as D3, was founded in 2009, and is NP’s only contemporary dance club. D3 represents the three fundamental elements of a great dancer: dancing with passion, dancing with attitude and dancing with
your body, mind and soul. The club has participated in events such as United We Boogie (Singapore) and Youthphoria @ SDC and holds its Recital Concert: Connect(ion) each year.
As part of weekly training, the DanceSport Club incorporates the five Latin dances: Chacha, Rhumba, Jive, Samba and Paso Doble. Whether you choose to dance socially or competitively, you’ll get to immerse yourself in the art of expression through
the sensual allure of DanceSport.
Lion dance is traditionally believed to bring about prosperity and ward off evil spirits, so companies hire lion dance troupes for various events and opening ceremonies. NP’s Dragon and Lion Dance club goes beyond, introducing traditional Chinese
culture to the NP community through appearances at ceremonies and events. As a member, you can contribute to the preservation of a rich tradition!
Established in the late ‘80s, the English Drama Club, also known as the Poly Stage F'Actor, comprises highly dedicated and talented members who are passionate about theatre in particular as well as the arts in general. As a member, you’ll
get to act and do backstage work on productions in and out of school for different events so you can experience all the different aspects of theatre.
More popularly known as New Revolving Age (NRA), the Hip Hop Club nurtures its dancers in various genres, such as Old School Hip Hop, New School Hip Hop, Jazz Funk, Street Jazz, Popping, Locking and Lyrical Jazz.
The Indian Cultural Society is based on Indian culture and values and is the embodiment of the strong Indian community in Ngee Ann. This performing arts CCA is open to all Indian students, who not only get to perform arts, but will also give back to the
community by being involved in charity work.
As a member, you’ll get to take part in a bi-annual Inter-tertiary Competition ‘Aaraathanaa’, which serves as a platform for Indian Youth to showcase their talents. You’ll also be involved in our new stage production ‘Arangetraa’,
a replacement of and tribute to ‘Jeeva Gaanam’.
Founded in 1998, the Japanese Cultural Club today comprises six different divisions: Cultural, Comink, Cosplay & J-Fashion, Language, Taiko and Tea Ceremony. Our mission is to impart knowledge of Japan’s diverse culture to students through games,
quizzes, Japanese school exchange, and so on.
Come be part of the Korean Cultural Club, which has the endorsement and support of the Singapore Korean Embassy. You’ll help us raise awareness of Korean culture and get to educate NP students on basic conversational Korean language.
Our Dance Division produces K-POP dance covers and collaborates with other dance groups while our Cultural Division focuses on all things Korean such as food and fashion through the use of IG stories, video reviews and blogs. Annual activities include
bonding camps, dance camps and our dance production. In fact, our annual dance production at the NP Arts Fiesta 2022 garnered more than 1,500 views on Youtube!
The Malay Cultural Club comprises five active departments: Satria Sukma (Guys Dikir), Adiratna (Girls Dikir), Itra Tari (Dance), Sri Nadi (Drama) and Cendekiawan (Debate). Two of our notable annual productions include the dikir competition 'Piala Khatulistiwa'
, and 'Dinamis Seni' that showcases the talents of the club’s different departments.
Baracuda Batucada is NP’s Percussion Club. Since 2004, the samba ensemble has been performing at various places, from campus to external venues like Orchard Road and Zouk, and even abroad in China. Often heard before it is seen, the club has drawn
many campus fans by its characteristic hard-thumping rhythms.
Fancy yourself a photographer? Join the Photography Club and you’ll be introduced to photography basics as well as the technical know-how of photography and videography, including the appreciation of aesthetics. By covering actual events, you’ll
get to explore various types of photography, such as Abstract, Portraits, People, Nature, Studio and Events as well as dabble in corporate videos and event videography. You may even get to showcase your work at exhibitions. The Photography Club exhibited
for the first time at the NP Arts Fiesta in 2022 and more recently took second place at the IBuild SG Pinnacle Photography Competition!
The Piano Club is more commonly known as Klavierensemble. The ensemble aims to raise the standard of piano playing in school and showcase the beauty and versatility of the piano. Depending on your existing skills, you can join either the 'Debussy' group
or the less experienced 'Mozart' group.
Kick-start your music or song writing career with the Song Composing Club, aka Amplify. No matter your style, there’s a genre for you. Amplify consists of various bands, groups, duos and soloists specialising in different music styles including
but not limited to pop/rock, indie, jazz, RnB and Hip-Hop. Apart from performing and jamming, you’ll be taught the essentials of song writing and music production as well as vocal coaching. You’ll have access to your very own studio for
you to have your practices or to experiment with music. During semester breaks, you can also take part in masterclasses and workshops focusing on vocal techniques and song writing.
The Poly Stage Production Club takes you behind the scenes and reveals what goes on behind stage productions. You’ll get to learn about backstage production and the handling of light and sound systems through regular student-driven workshops during
the semester. You may also get hands-on experience for providing technical support at campus concerts for local and international artists as well as other events. Come be part of where it really happens.
The Strings Club was founded in 1992 to promote the appreciation of classical music among students but has grown in its ambitions since then. Today, we consist of two sections: the Strings Ensemble and the Guitar Ensemble and intend to infuse new genres,
such as pop, into our performances, both within the school and externally. We own over 50 guitars. Come and explore the beauty of strings with us.
Come and hone nature’s best musical instrument – your voice – as a member of the Voices Club. With our practice sessions and live performances, you’ll grow and flourish as a performer, and gain an appreciation of the different
genres of music in Chorale and A Cappella singing. Our central event every year is Grandioso, but you’ll also have the chance to take part in other regular performances including in-school training camps and mini-concerts. And of course, there’s
carolling during the Christmas season every year too!