|Key Programmes||Humanities Week 15 – 19 July 2019
A series of activities were conducted such as the Design of National Costume challenge for every class. Within the classroom, there were more fun filled activities in order to instill the joy of learning in Humanities. For Secondary 3 students, they underwent Student Journalism known as the Humanities Herald in order to investigate and discuss social issues in Singapore.
Geographical Investigation Experiential Learning 6 – 8 May 2019
In this project, students will seek to understand the function of a reservoir built within a neighbourhood. They will observe how the surface run-off within the Bt Panjang neighbourhood flows into Pang Sua Pond; how access water from Pang Sua Pond flows into Upper Seletar Reservoir and Kranji Reservoir. The macro picture of this interaction between Man and the environment is how humans activities can pollute this water body; hence affecting the larger water bodies in Singapore and eventually affecting the amount of water available for all of us. Students conducted water tests (to check on the turbidity of the water, level of dissolved oxygen and pH level); all of which are indicators of water quality. In their science lessons, students work in groups to produce water filtration system prototypes.
Weather and Climate Investigation
A study of the local weather around the school to see which is the best venue for a cafe to be built.
Historical Investigation 2019
22 – 24 April Sec 1
26 – 28 March Sec 2
A series of investigation have to be completed in order for students to be able to find out more about certain topics at hand. Students learn on their own through inquiry based learning by exploring places such as the National Museum and Old Fort Factory.
|Achievements & Highlights of 2019||Sharing for W5 and W6 schools|
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