took part in programmes where they gained exposure to the use of technology in
various platforms. They also learnt basic programming
and computational thinking skills as part of the school’s effort to prepare the
students for the future through our ALP.
| Fathers@School Programme - Drag, Aim, Sphero!|
|Fathers@School Programme - Codey Rocky|
school also collaborated with IMDA to bring in the Lab on Wheels!
top of that, our students were engaged in the ESTEM Project Work (EPW) which uses a
problem-based learning approach with curriculum links to various subjects and
anchored to a topic in science. The students went on learning journey trips to
gain better understanding of the environmental issues and collaborated with one
another to create products related to environmental sustainability.
P4 EPW – Let’s Go Green
ALP Committee members designed a new package for our P4 students this year. In
this EPW, the students
explored and learnt about the positive impact of greenery on our environment.
The lesson package was crafted based on the Five Handy Thinking Tools and
Cooperative Learning Strategies, and infused with impactful MTV routines. Our
students also visited the Sustainable Singapore Gallery to learn more about Singapore’s
efforts to keep the city liveable and sustainable. On top of that, the Code for
Fun was incorporated in this EPW. Our students learnt basic programming and
computational thinking skills as they infused the use of micro:bits in
|Five Handy Thinking Tool with Exit Tickets|
|Learning and working with one another|
|Presenting their work|
|Learning Journey to Sustainable Singapore Gallery|
|Applying the use of technology in the growing of plants|
P5 EPW - Every Drop Counts
P5 EPW is on water
conservation. In addition to the learning in school, the students went to the
NEWater Visitor Centre to find out more about one of Singapore’s national taps.
Furthermore, the students collaborated in teams and created their own artefacts.
They showcased their final products and educated the audiences on the
importance of conserving water during the VIA Exposition week.
|Co-construction of learning with peers|
|Learning how the used water is treated at the NEWater Visitor Centre|
|Showcasing their products and educating the audiences on the importance of water conservation during VIA Exposition week|
P6 EPW – Save the Earth
relating to the conservation of the environment and Man’s impact on the
environment are being discussed in the P6 EPW. Similar to the
other EPWs, students
co-constructed their knowledge and skills with their peers. The P6 students
collaborated in groups to present what they have learnt.
| Five Handy Thinking Tools|