Students in a Science Class

Lower Secondary Science 

Considering ideas, evaluating evidence, planning investigative work and analysing data. The lower secondary syllabus helps students to develop confidence and interest in science. 

Math Class

Lower Secondary Mathematics

Move beyond basic arithmetic math and learn new topics that set the foundation for upper secondary math. The introduction of algebra in lower secondary help us understand how numbers function and work together in an equation. 

 
Math Notebook and Calculator

Upper Secondary E Math 

Complexity increases from lower secondary math and requires higher level of problem solving skills to tackle real world questions. It is closely relevant to our daily lives. 

Math Formulas

Upper Secondary A Math

Develop reasoning and analytical skills in a variety of contexts, and a feel for quantity, patterns and relationships. The syllabus also provides the foundation and a smoother transition to A Level Math. 

 
Chemistry Class

Upper Secondary Chemistry 

Principles and concepts that are fundamental to the study of matter. Learn its composition, interactions and changes through well-designed studies of experimental and practical chemistry.

Newton's Pendulum

Upper Secondary Physics 

investigating natural phenomena and applying patterns, models (including mathematical ones), principles, theories and laws to explain the physical behaviour of the universe. 

Anatomical Model

Upper Secondary Biology

Basic principles and concepts that are fundamental to the subject and understanding of the biological world in which we live in. Includes current applications of biology and practical skills. 

Outdoor Reading

Secondary English

Develop in students the ability to listen, read and view critically with accuracy. To speak, write and present in standard english that is grammatically correct, fluent and appropriate for different purposes, audiences, contexts and cultures.  

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JC Mathematics

Used by scientists, engineers, business analysts and psychologists, etc to model, understand and solve problems. Through applications of mathematics, students appreciate the connections of mathematics to other disciplines and the real world. 
 

Science Experiments

JC Chemistry 

Theories and models are used to describe, explain and make predictions about chemical systems, structures and properties. investigations and laboratory activities develop an appreciation of the need for precision, critical analysis and informed decision making. 
 

 
Modern Bridge

JC Physics

Used by scientists, engineers, business analysts and psychologists, etc to model, understand and solve problems. Through applications of mathematics, students appreciate the connections of mathematics to other disciplines and the real world. 
 

Stack of Newspapers

General Paper

Broad and mature understanding of diverse topics including current affiairs, science and technology, culture and humanities. Critically analyse and evaluate issues with cogent arguments.