Science Club

Objectives


Students will be able to:

      • Develop an interest in Science through fun, exciting and inquiry-based hands-on activities
      • Extend their knowledge about the World of Science to everydat experiences
      • Generate new knowledge and apply current knowledge to solve authentic problems

Schedule

DayTimeRemarks
Friday7.30am to 9.00amWithin curriculum hours

Teacher IC & Email address

Teacher ICEmail address (ICON)
Mrs Seetoh (Mdm Yak Hui Hwa)
yak_hui_hwa@moe.edu.sg
Miss Loh Jun Qinloh_jun_qin@moe.edu.sg

Introduction


The Science Club provides students with an interest in Science with opportunities to put on different hats and let creativity and innovation flow as they explore scientific concepts and apply them to solving challenges as an extension to the school’s Applied Learning Programme (ALP). During the weekly Science Club sessions, members work together to solve everyday problems. Students make use of the Design Thinking process and Maker-centred approach to help them draft, design and test-run their artefacts as possible solutions to the everyday problems posed to them over a three- to four-week timeframe. 

Science Club members can look forward to visiting Science Fairs, such as Singapore Youth Science Fair, and also taking part in the Science fairs to showcase their products. 


CCA Achievements



YearEvents
2019


  • Participated in Makers' Fiesta @ Westwood Primary School
  • Particiapted in National Flight Simulation Challenge @ Northbrooks Secondary School
2017
  • Submitted projects for Sony Creative Toy Competition 


Photos of Science Club students in action

portable chair.jpg
Project: Design and make a portable chair for Senior Citizens

portable chair for senior.jpg
Make use of recycled materials for their portable chair

portable chair structure.jpgExploring the structure of the portable chair

testing portable chair.jpgTesting their prototype

flight simulation.jpgScience Club members taking part in the National Flight Simulation Challenge 2019

flight simulation in progress.jpg