Over the past 2 years, we have tailored our lessons and workshops to create a novel person-centered learning structure called The Young Artist Programme (TYAP). TYAP is highly individualized, and allows students to learn and thrive in art using their personal talent and interest at their own pace.


In GIBRAN Method, we’re inspired to make Mathematics more fun and enjoyable. We’re combining Math with art to ensure they are able to visualize and figure out math problems related to what they’re learning. Furthermore, with art it can help with Mind-stimulating. Art is known to evoke emotion, the integration of the two subjects can cause students to be more open-minded about math concepts, and more creative when solving mathematical problems.


Combining art and English can be essential for children in order to help them to communicate with each others and slowly improving their grammar. Responding to art can be very stimulating and can lead onto a variety of activities. It’s not just describing a painting, but with a little creativity all sorts of things are possible. In addition, with art we’re able to develop students’ creative and critical thinking that will be useful for their future.

How art can enhance our children’s hand writting?

Coloring in the shapes able to encourages the motor skills needed to move the pencil in handwriting because when the children properly holding the pencil, crayon or brushes, it will help the children to develop motor muscle and they will be able to do any task that required controlled movement.

How can art enhance children’s reading skill?

Art can boosts reading comprehension for kids with communication and interpretation skills. In addition, deeper connections and empathy can be develop through creative art. Art and reading comprehension skills are complement into one another, as they both develop children’s awareness, emotional intelligence, and thinking process.