- Project PETALS
- Science Trails
As part of the P3 Animania IPW, the students went on a learning journey to the zoo to learn more about the characteristics
of different groups of animals. Animania IPW provides an opportunity for students to understand how Singapore Zoo became
a world class tourist attraction. Students will visit the zoo and learn about the different groups of animals. The students will
work together as a group to create a new animal, using the different characteristics of the groups of animals and applying
the SCAMPER skills. The animal that they create will have to fulfill a set of conditions, defined by the project.
P4 SOIL LESS AGRICULTURE INTERDISPLINARY PROJECT WORK (IPW)
The P4 students embarked on an interdisciplinary project work (IPW) on soil less agriculture. Through the IPW, the students will applied learning from different subjects such as Science, Math, English and Social Studies. The IPW is designed to infuse character and citizenship education and develop 21st century competencies such as self-directed learning, collaboration, critical and creative thinking and civic literacy.
- learn how to grow vegetables using soil less agriculture methods such as hydroponics, aeroponics and aquaponics
- learn basic entrepreneur skills such as marketing products
- apply Math graphing skills while monitoring the growth of the vegetables
- learn how to work collaboratively with others
P6 science trail
As part of their experiential learning experience, the P6 pupils went to the lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum to learn more about and understand the natural history of Singapore in biodiversity. After the trail, they had the opportunity to engage in actual dissection of the owl pellets to understand the diet of owls. It was indeed a very engaging learning experience for the pupils!