Course Information

Course Description

We are proud to offer an exciting primary science curriculum that ignites a lifelong curiosity about the natural world in our learners.

This course fosters a lifelong curiosity about the natural world in learners. It encourages students to explore scientific explanations for the phenomena they encounter, nurturing their inquisitive nature.

Course Objectives

Through this course, students acquire scientific knowledge and understanding while developing essential scientific thinking and practical skills. This holistic approach equips them to comprehend and explain the world around them, fostering a sense of connection between students and the subject.

Course Outline

This course covers six interconnected areas to provide a well-rounded education and a holistic learning experience:


  • Biology: Delving into the world of living things and exploring their interactions with each other and the environment.
  • Chemistry: Investigating the properties and composition of substances, unraveling the study of matter.
  • Physics: Exploring the interaction between matter and energy, understanding the fundamental principles that govern our physical world.
  • Earth and Space: Encompassing the study of planet Earth, the wider Solar System, and the vastness of the universe.
  • Experimentation: Developing an understanding of scientific models and representations, engaging in scientific inquiry, and building practical skills through hands-on experimentation.
  • Scientific Skills: Acquiring essential scientific skills such as observation, data analysis, and critical thinking.


Student Acquisitions

This course not only equips students with scientific knowledge but also nurtures scientific thinking and practical skills. Students develop a deep understanding of scientific concepts, learn to think critically and apply their knowledge to real-world situations.

Learning Methodologies

Our teaching methodology emphasizes hands-on exploration, inquiry-based learning, and critical thinking. Students actively engage in scientific experiments, investigations, and discussions, fostering a deep understanding of scientific principles and nurturing their scientific curiosity.