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|Learning Science to every Montfortian is to develop his spirit of inquiry, serving and giving.|
|So we emphasize on Experiential Learning through P1 and P2 MJ Evolution
- Diversity of Animals
- Life Cycle of a Butterfly
Sony Creative Science Award
Congratulations to Shane Pan on winning the special award for the Sony Creative Science Award.
The Sony Creative Science Award is Singapore’s largest national toy-making competition for primary school students, jointly organised by the Science Centre Singapore and the Sony Group of Companies in Singapore, with the support of the Ministry of Education.
Shane built a magnetic rubber-band gun for fun in about four hours - including time taken to conceptualise the design. He used mostly household objects, such as plastic tubs, clothes pegs and fridge magnets. "Art should be learnt from the heart and not from the teacher, and it should be inspired by the self," said the amateur actor, who is also considering a future career as a product designer.
His hard work and effort had paid off and we are proud of Shane's achievement.
|The Experiential Learning continues from P3 to P6 under the MJ Inquiry Programme.|
| E.g - DNA Enrichment
- Growing Rainbow Corn
- Lab Investigations
- Exploration in the School Gardens
- Boat Race
- ICT Argumentation with Concept Cartoon
|Our Science Talent Management Programme (from P4 to P6) seeks to stretch our students' great potential in science through customised lessons which tap on their problem-solving and higher-order thinking and process skills.|
Core Science Curriculum
Science Syllabus P3 - P6
- Living and non-living things
|- Life cycle of plants and animals
- Human Digestive System
- Plant System
|- Magnets||- Heat and Temperature
|P5||-||- Reproduction in plants and animals
|- Respiratory and Circulatory Systems in plants and human
- Cell System
- Electrical System