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Science

Vision

A Community of Learners, Sharing the Joy of Inquiry Science.

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Key Strategies

QtPS Science Teaching & Learning aims to provide students with engaging learning experiences that develop the process skills, habits of mind and attitudes for scientific inquiry. In the design of the learning experiences, students will be able to relate the role of Science in their daily life, society and the environment.

Our Science curriculum focuses on teaching and learning through inquiry via a variety of ICT tools, use of toys as learning tools and experiential hands-on experiments. These opportunities are provided to stimulate curiosity in our students to explore within and outside the confines of the classroom. They learn to collaborate in groups to formulate predictions, organise and interpret data, and communicate results while learning Science in a fun way.

Signature Programme

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) Week Activities

We organise STEM week activities to arouse students’ interest and curiosity in acquiring scientific and mathematical knowledge through appreciation of its inter-connectedness in the real-world, and interactions with other fields (technology and engineering).

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Our wind-powered sail car

Earth Week Activities

We instil and inculcate in our students the love and care for the environment through a range of fun and educational activities.

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Upcycling winners

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Biodiversity Exhibition

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Love Your Food - Caught Doing Right

Outdoor Learning

The school conducts outdoor learning which brings the students out of the class and textbooks. Outdoors and the wider community provide rich and authentic learning environments which allow students to learn and see Science in action.

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P3 @ garden trail

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P5 @ Science Centre

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P6 @Lee Kong Chian National History Museum