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Science department vision

    Self-directed learners with curious minds and a heart for the environment.

Objectives

  

Objective 1:  To educate students to achieve high scientific literacy through the provision of a Science learning environment that excites, engages and extends students’ knowledge. 

 

Objective 2: To equip students with competencies to meet the challenges of the 21 st century through the integration of social emotional learning, ICT, self-directed and collaborative learning in the teaching of Science.

Overview of topics taught (Only applicable for the academic year 2018)

Themes
Lower Block
(P3 and 4)
Upper Block
(5 and 6 Standard)
  P3 P4P5 P6 
DiversityTerm 1 and 2
- Living and non-living things

Term 3
- Materials
   
CyclesTerm 2
- Life cycles of animals
- Life Cycles of plants
Term 1 
- Matter
Term 1
- Reproduction in plants and humans

Term 2
- water

 SystemsTerm 2
- Plant parts and their functions
 Term 4
- Digestive system
Term 1
- Cell system

Term 3
- Respiratory and circulatory systems of plants and humans

Term 3 and Term 4
- Electrical systems
 
Interactions Term 3 and 4
-  Magnets
  Term 1
- Forces

Term 2
- Interactions within the environment
 Energy Term 1 and 2
- Light energy

Term 2 and 3 
- Heat energy
Term 3
- Photosynthesis
Term 1
- Energy Forms and uses

- Energy conversion

Hands-on Activities during Science Lab lessons

Hands-on Activities during Science Lab lessons - Photo 01 Hands-on Activities during Science Lab lessons - Photo 02

ICT infused activities during Science lessons

ICT infused activities during Science lessons - Photo 01ICT infused activities during Science lessons - Photo 02