Every child is imbued with a life-long curiosity and love for Science.
To develop the innovative and creative spirit in every child.
The suite of Science programmes are put together with the aim of achieving a curious and rational mind, a loving heart and an innovative spirit.
Outdoor Experiential Learning Experience
Learning Journey plays an integral part of the curriculum forming the learning experience of the pupil. It helps to make real and concrete what has been learnt in the classrooms and broadens the mental horizons of pupils.
|P3||Butterfly Park @ Sentosa||Pupils will also be able to learn interesting facts about insects from the park’s education facilitator as they walk through each exhibit.They will each be given a task sheet to work on during the trail to reinforce learning outcomes.|
|P4||Science Centre||This is planned with the intention to incorporate elements of fun together with explorative and experiential learning through lab sessions and gallery walk.|
|P4||Telok Blangah Hills Park||This trail is undertaken to enrich pupils’ learning in Mathematics and Science in an authentic learning environment. Pupils will also be given the opportunity to work on tasks designed on mobile devices as well as the data loggers)|
|P6||Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve||The focus of this trip is on the diversity, ecology and dynamics of an ecosystem.Pupils will learn about food chains, food webs, adaptation and man’s impact on the environment in an authentic setting.|
|P6||NEWater Plant||An enriching interactive learning journey that takes the pupils through the gallery to understand the science behind NEWater as well as the technologies that make NEWater clean for drinking.|
The event seeks to provide our Primary 6 graduating pupils with the opportunity to acquire basic skills in:
- organizing an event
- leading and working as a team
- thinking creatively and making decisions.
Under the guidance of the teachers, the organizing committee in each class designs its own Science activities and/or experiments.
This Science Fair also hopes to kindle the spark in our Primary 1 to Primary 5 pupils as they are given the opportunity to take part in a myriad of hands-on activities to learn scientific principles in a fun way.
Going green is an integral part of being a Blangahnite. It teaches our pupils to respect self, others and the environment. Events such as Earth Week and practices such as the 4Rs – Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Refuse are emphasized upon by the Green Ambassadors and the Science teachers. Selected pupils are also given leadership opportunities to work with government organisations like NEA, as well as the school teachers, to achieve awards that accredit the school’s green practices.
This programme aims to:
- Raise awareness on current animal related issues.
- Educate pupils on responsible pet ownership – be kind and empathetic to our four-legged friends.
Pupils learn about animal related issues through assembly talks conducted by teachers as well as government organisations like the SPCA and AVA.
Under the supervision of our teachers and science assistant, pupils are given the opportunities to have hands-on experience to learn to take care of small animals.
UNSW Science Competition
This serves as a platform for talent development to provide greater exposure for high progress students as it provided opportunities for pupils to participate in Science-related competitions.
Sony Toy Creative Awards
The objective of taking part in this competition is to promote creativity among the pupils.
The competition also provides an opportunity for them to learn about Science beyond the classrooms in a fun and enjoyable way.