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  • Early Start Science Infusion (P1 & P2)
  • Discover Science (P3 to P5)
  • Young Scientists’ Challenge (P3 to P5)
  • Science Festival (P1 to P5)
  • Science Olympiad Training (P4-P6 Talent Development)
  • Science Learning Journeys and Trails (P1 to P6)
  • Science Thematic Cards (P3 to P5)
  • Hydroponics (P3) and Vermicomposting (P4) VIA
  • Green Club (P3-P6 CCA)
  • Innovation Club (P3-P6 CCA)

Admiralty

Young Scientists’ Challenge 2015

Be part of the Young Scientists’ Challenge 2015. It is for you to go beyond the textbooks this June holiday, to apply the science concepts you learnt in the classroom through toy making, carrying out investigations or illustrating science concepts through demonstrations.

Objectives

The objectives are to:
To provide pupils the opportunity to apply Science concepts, which they have learnt by conducting simple scientific projects, which will in turn sharpen their science process skills.
To encourage pupils to look beyond their textbooks and to investigate further matter or phenomena that interests them.
To provide the opportunity for pupils to use their creativity to solve problems based on Science concepts.
To encourage teamwork among pupils.

Who Can Participate?

Pupils of Admiralty Primary School who are interested in hands-on activities to form a team of at least 2 pupils.

How Do I Participate?

  1. Get into groups of 2 to 5 in your own class.
  2. Get the entry form from your form teacher after the Young Scientist Challenge launch in May 2015.
  3. Fill up the entry form and put into the dropbox in the canteen by 29/05/15, Friday.
  4. Selected entries will be informed in Term 3 Week 2. Carry out your project in your group in Term 3.
  5. Shortlisted projects will showcase their projects/work during Science Festival in Term 3 Week 10.

 

Objectives

Vision
Inquiring Minds, Creative Thinkers

Mission
To prepare our students to be sufficiently adept as effective citizens, able to function in and contribute to an increasingly technologically-driven world.

Philosophy
Student as inquirer, teacher is the leader of inquiry

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