Our lessons and programmes provide novel ways of teaching and learning Science by arousing pupils’ curiosity and interest about Science by:
1. Experiential and Inquiry-based learning
2. ICT integration into the curriculum
3. Building pupils’ higher order thinking skills through interactive and hands-on learning experiences
Miss Seah Wan Peen
|Mdm Ro'aiza Bte Zainuri (ST)||Mr Lester Ting||Mrs Cheryl Phua|
|Mr Rayhan s/o Mohd Rashad Mohd||Miss Ng Hui Fen||Miss Leow Si Hoon|
|Mdm Nurul Raifana Bte Zailani (AED-T&L)||Muhammad Zikri Hakim Bin Hassan|
|Inquiry-based Learning in Science Lesson|
Pupils engage in inquiry-based learning 5E model - Engage, Explore, Explain, Elaborate and Evaluate. Pupils carry out hands-on experiments and apply scientific facts, concepts and principles using various process skills. Some of the basic process skills include observing, comparing, classifying, using apparatus and equipment, communicating, inferring, predicting, analysing, generating possibilities, evaluating and formulating a hypothesis. Our Yumin Champions have the opportunity to widen their scientific knowledge and thinking through various exciting learning experiences.
|Experiential learning (Eco-Garden & Botany)|
A garden planted with a variety of flowering and non-flowering plants. It supports and enhances pupils' learning on topics like Diversity of Plants and Reproduction in Plants.