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Our school aims to provide pupils with learning experiences that are engaging to develop the process of scientific thinking, and help pupils relate the role of Science in their daily life, society and the environment.
P4 pupils building a human digestive system model
Pupils presenting their findings for their Pupils' Problem-based learning work
Problem-based learning (PBL)
Our school has a series of Life Science Programmes for the pupils. For example, pupils get to participate in corn genetics to get them excited about the field of genetics. They also get to breed butterflies to learn how to take care of caterpillars and acquire more about their life cycle.
Corn Genetics: Pupils excited about their multi-coloured corns
Science Trails are conducted in our garden to help pupils get in touch with nature and better appreciate our environment.
Learning beyond the classroom- eco-trails
The Science in Stellar Programme for P1 and P2 pupils helps stimulate their interest in the subject at a young age. Teachers make use of story-telling and learning stations to integrate the learning of Science.
Pupils taking care of caterpillars (ties in with Stellar Book, "A butterfly is born")
Science Week seeks to foster in our pupils the sense of curiosity in the world around them. As they engage in the activities, pupils will learn to enjoy and value Science as an important aspect in helping them explore their natural and physical world.
Parent volunteers actively involved in P1 P3 pupils growing their own plant
and P2 Science Week
The school has two science laboratories that are fully equipped with apparatus and resources to facilitate the teaching and learning of Science. Science practical tests and lessons are conducted in the two laboratories.
To allow pupils to learn beyond the walls of the classroom, our school has a Science Garden and Science pond so that outdoor lessons can be planned for the pupils.
Our Eco-pond with beautiful flora and fauna
Products of hydroponics Pupils doing hydroponics
How Stuff Works - http://www.howstuffworks.com
National Geographic kids - http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/kids/
National Geographic channel - http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/national-geographic-channel
Discovery channel kids -http://kids.discovery.com/tell-me