Student in Primary 3 learnt about the plants and plant parts that are found around the school. They followed the trail shown on the tablet PC to look for a particular plant and then took a picture of the plant and described the plant parts. Students had to work harmoniously to complete the group project.
The Great Mouse Escape Project Work (P3)
Project Work for Primary 3 involves creating a boat, with a specific dimension , that is able to carry the mouse to safe land when its land is flooded. Students in 3 Emerald worked in a team to choose the materials and also to design the boat during Science Lessons. They completed the project within a month before presenting to the class their finished project on the choice of materials and the specific design used.
NEWater Experience (P4)
Primary 4 students visited the NEWater Visitor Centre for a multi-sensory mission to learn about Singapore's 4 national taps and discover the technology behind NEWater!
Science Learning at the Zoo for Science Monitors
Being leaders in the school, the Science Monitors from Primary 3 to Primary 5 took a trip to the Zoo and had lessons with the Zoo Educators. After their journey, they shared what they had learnt with the Primary 3
students on a separate trip to the same destination.
Partnership with Bukit View Secondary School
Primary 6 students went to Bukit View Secondary School and they were guided on a project on Environment. The students from Bukit View Secondary School taught our students the positive and negative effects Man has impacted the environment and what our future generations could do to make the world a better place to live in. The students experimented on the pH value that enables living things to grow best and also saw the development of a butterfly through the different stages.
Partnership with Singapore Heart Foundation
In collaboration with the Singapore Heart Foundation (SHF), the school conducted this outreach programme to inculcate in the Primary 4 students the awareness on the importance of knowing the optimal blood pressure reading, and to pass on the knowledge to their families. This project promotes heart health family units to support SHF's mission to reduce this high risk.
Each student was trained on both theory and practical knowledge of High Blood Pressure. Upon the completion of the training, each Primary 4 student received on loan a blood pressure monitor for them to bring home to administer what they had learnt to their immediate families.
Planting and harvesting Kang Kong (a type of local vegetable ) are part of the Primary 4 project. Students had the opportunity to observe the effect of different growing mediums on the growth of the seedlings through