The Performing Arts take centre stage at RGS Springfield.

Our specialist teachers in Dance, Music and Drama inspire children and channel their creativity.
 We aim to develop a quiet self­confidence that means all children are willing to have a go and enjoy the whole experience, whether taking part in a play or performing in an informal concert.

At the end of the Michaelmas term, the Nursery and Dragonflies put on their Nativity, as do Years One and Two. There is also a delightful carol concert in a local church. In the following term, our Creative Arts Club performance often involves pupils from Years One to Six in a variety of roles. There is also the annual Cathedral Concert performed in Worcester Cathedral with the Senior School and RGS The Grange. In the summer term, both Nursery and Years One and Two each have an end of year show and Years Three to Six perform in “Musical Allsorts”, a chance for Year Six to showcase their talents before moving on to our Senior School.

From regular assemblies and music recitals to our major drama productions, there is always something for everyone to enjoy.

From Year Three, pupils are entered annually into the English Speaking Board exams, where external invigilators visit the pupils and assess them on their presentation and diction skills. 
We are also able to offer individual Music lessons including piano, violin, cello, flute, French horn, trumpet, trombone, drums, guitar and woodwind. These instrumental lessons are supported by musical clubs such as choir, orchestra, string group, brass group and hand chimes.

Springfield Performing Arts Brochure