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Presenting The Lab: Where Science Enthrals…

Posted by Emery Lim on May 17, 2016

Imagine a place where inquisitive young minds and science enthusiasts come together to create the future.

A place that enhances their problem solving, critical thinking, and creativity.

A place where today’s little actions turn into tomorrow’s big dreams.

Welcome to The Lab

Designed to provide an optimal and conducive space for innovation and experimentation, Primary Science students can look forward to selecting from the multitude of apparatus and conceptualising their own experiments.

The Lab further provides an enriched learning experience through compelling and interactive experiments in physical and chemical engineering, life sciences, and programming. The plethora of activities available will no doubt boost your child’s interest in the wonders of Science!

During the school holidays, The Lab will also be opened to the little ones - they can explore and be exposed to life-sciences and robotics in our popular Amazing World of Science Holiday program, ideal for K1 – P2 students.

The Lab: Highlights & Features

Gadgets Galore

With the UP Plus 2 3D Printer, watch as a miniature figurine forms right before your very eyes! Using Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), the figurines are created by the heating and extruding of plastic, and pieced together layer by layer.

Ever wondered exactly how much a feather weighs? Hold your breath and observe how our digital precision scale measures extremely lightweight items up to a mere 0.01 g!

Robotics and Programming Wing

Embark on your first foray into the world of robotics and engineering with littleBits. Bring your creativity to life by assembling multiple components to construct your own invention! Your dream of owning your very own BB-8 or R2-D2 may soon come true!

Gallery of Wonder

Marvel at how the density of liquids change depending on the temperature, creating the whimsical nature of colourful floating bubbles in the Galileo Thermometer.

Be intrigued by the life cycle display of some of Earth’s creepy- crawly creatures, all encapsulated in acrylic blocks.

Our Registration Is Open For Term 1-2017 Classes

If you are interested in speaking with one of our enrolment specialists about our 2017 programmes, schedule a meeting with us today.

CONTACT US TO LEARN ABOUT TERM 1 CLASSES IN 2017

 

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