P1 Learning Journey - Singapore Zoo
On 28 June 2018, the P1 pupils went on a Learning Journey to the zoo. It was a fun and enriching learning experience for the pupils as they learnt to appreciate the animals around them. The pupils had the chance to see the animals close up in their enclosures or roaming around freely. They had a lot of fun watching the animals and learning interesting facts about the animals. The pupils also watched an engaging Splash Safari show with their teachers.
Activity booklets were also prepared for the pupils and they enjoyed completing the activities inside the booklet.
In all, it was an enjoyable and rewarding trip for the pupils.
|Upon arrival at the zoo|
|Attentively watching the enjoyable and educational Splash Safari Show|
|Learning interesting facts about the animals|
|Taking a picture with a sleeping lion|
P2 Learning Journey - Butterfly Park
|Waiting excitedly to enter the Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom|
|The parrot looking comfortable as if rested on our teacher's arm|
|Our pupils enthusiastically interacting with the beetle.|
|Oh, what fun to blow these bubbles!|
P3 Learning Journey - Gardens by the Bay
On Thursday, 28 June 2018, Primary 3 pupils went on a learning journey to Gardens by the Bay. The pupils visited the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest. The journey allowed our pupils to reflect on their role as responsible citizens and caring friends towards the environment and the living organisms as well as understand the impact that man’s action have on the environment. The pupils had meaningful learning experiences in the different Domes and asked essential questions as they explored and tried to complete their booklets.
|Pupils actively posing questions to teachers and trainer.|
|Pupils learning more about the cacti at Flower Dome.|
|A final pose after the tour.|
P4 Learning Journey - Chinatown
|Exploring an old well which provided water for the early settlers in Ann Siang Hill|
|Learning about our school's heritage at Club Street|
|Learning about the lifestyle and living conditions of early Chinese immigrants|