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Mission & Vision

Mission & Vision

Vision

Have a self-inquiring mind and love for the environment.

Mission

To nurture students to care for the environment, and develop them to be creative, resourceful and independent thinkers with scientific skills for life-long learning.

Implementation of the Science Syllabus

The approach towards the learning of Science is based on themes that students can relate to in their everyday experiences, and to the commonly observed phenomena in nature.  The five themes are Diversity, Cycles, Systems, Energy and Interactions.

The topics that are covered under these themes from P3 to P6 are as shown below.

Theme

Lower Block

Upper Block

P3

P4

P5

P6

Diversity

Diversity of living and non- living things (General characteristics and classification)

Diversity of materials

Cycles

Cycles in plants and animals (Life cycles)

Cycles in matter and water (Matter)

Cycles in plants and animals (Reproduction)

Cycles in matter and water (Water)

Systems

Human system (Digestive system) Plant system (Plant parts and functions) Plant system (Respiratory and circulatory systems)

Human system (Respiratory and circulatory systems)

Cell system

Electrical system

Energy

Energy forms and uses (Light and heat) Energy forms and uses – Photosynthesis Energy conversion

Interactions

Interaction of forces (Magnets) Interaction of forces (Frictional force, gravitational force, force in springs)

Interaction within the environment

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