Students can be an active self-directed learner in Science motivated by their own curiosities. Supported with solid knowledge, students can make rational decisions that are beneficial to the Nature.



    In terms of skills,
    1. for investigations, students should:
      1.1  make observations;
      1.2  ask relevant questions;
      1.3  formulate hypothesis, control variables, plan and conduct investigation;
      1.4  use basic science language to communicate ideas; and
      1.5  participate actively in group discussions and work effectively with other members in groups.
    2.  for experiments, students should:
      2.1 use apparatus and equipment properly for conducting practical work;
      2.2  make accurate measurement;
      2.3  use diagrams and graphs to present experimental results;
      2.4  collect and analyse data for making conclusions.
    In terms of values and attitudes, students should:
    3.  develop curiosity and interest in science and appreciate the wonder of the Nature;
    4.  be aware of the relationship between science, technology, society and environment, and develop an attitude of responsible citizenships with the mind of sustainable development;
    5.  recognise the limitations in Science and the shifting nature of scientific paradigm.