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Learning OutcomesTo nurture our pupils to be inquirers and engaged learners who can work collaboratively to explore the natural and physical world.
Teaching ApproachesTo achieve the desired Learning Outcomes, we provide several learner-centred programmes that promote engaged learning through the use of thinking routines and ICT tools.
Knowledge, skills and attitudes in Science are nurtured through engaging pupils in Inquiry-Based Learning (IBL) activities, Learning Journeys and various enrichment and elective programmes. Pupils are provided with multiple opportunities to demonstrate the application of Science concepts and process skills. Engaging activities, based on the 3 learner-centred pedagogical approaches, are designed to meet pupils’ learning needs.
- Making Thinking Visible
- Differentiated Instruction
- Learning by Doing
|1. Science Fair||P1 - 2|
|2 . Science Reading Programme||P3 - 6|
|3 . Learning Journey to Hydroponics Farm||P3|
|4 . Learning Journey to Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve||
Pictures: Science Fair for P1 and P2 pupils
Pictures: Learning Journey to Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
Pictures: 3R Programme
Pictures: Classroom Learning experiences
|1 . 3R Programme||P 3 & 4 Science captains|
|2 . Science Alive!||P5 Science captains|
|3 . Science Fair for P1 and P2 Pupils||P6 Science captains|
|4 . Hydroponics Values-In-Action (VIA) Programme||P3 – 6 Science captains|
|1. Science Support Programme||Selected P3 & P4 pupils|
Supporting Your Child in Learning
Making Thinking Visible
See Think Wonder
What Makes You Say That
Connect Extend Challenge
A platform which promotes self-directed and collaborative learning. ICT tools used in Science include game creation using My Game, Mindmeister (P4 to P6), Social learning Wall and Google Presentation.
A platform which promotes the understanding and application of concepts learnt through reinforcing the use of the POLYA thinking routine, labelling of diagrams and the learning of process skills.
MOE Science Syllabus
2014 Science Syllabus (for P3, P4 and P5 pupils in 2016)