Our unique learning opportunities inspire children to be

Thinking critically, developing a growth mindset, and solving problems through innovation


Forming opinions, communicating openly, and believing in themselves


Loving learning, constantly questioning, and seeking new experiences

Spreading the power of creativity
What's On

School Year 2021-2022

Enrol now for September! Our theme for the new school year is Kaleidoscope: Infinite ways to be creative. We're thinking ahead for your child's future development and look forward to exploring all the benefits of the arts with you. Check out what's new in all three disciplines now.

Summer Camps 

Step into a world of imagination this summer with Kids’ Gallery! Explore creativity through themed activities in Visual, Performing, and Communication Arts, Early Learners experiences and even a Theatre Camp. Imagine a world of inspirational learning this summer — the sky is the limit!

Step Ahead™ Programme

Step Ahead™ provides students aged 2 – 6 years with the opportunity to enjoy more diverse learning experiences and enhance their education and all-round development. The programme covers areas including drama, communication, art, design and technology.

Bringing Out the Best in Your Child

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"It's such a joy to see how much Maya continues to enjoy her musical theatre classes at Kids' Gallery. With every production, we are treated to delightful new tunes and creative dance routines which challenge and inspire Maya to practise over and over again!"

- Maya's mum

"Karson has been with Kids’ Gallery for a long time, and he has learned to communicate in English perfectly in different situations. He is also very excited about his classes every week. I’m really impressed."

- Karson's mum

"Naomi has been with Kids’ Gallery since Playgroup. We find the courses at Kids’ Gallery very interactive and engaging. The teachers have always encouraged Naomi, and she’s now very confident to express her ideas at home and in school."

- Naomi's mum

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