Students are introduced to the basics of Biology, Chemistry, and Physics, before they venture into more complex topics like Human Physiology, Medicinal Chemistry and Imaging during their IB Diploma Programme.
They are encouraged to make meaningful connections between science and real-world phenomena, as well as apply their learning in the arts. They learn about the impact and implications of using science and technology in society, as well as the possibilities and limitations associated with science and the work of scientists.
- Interdisciplinary Lessons: Cell Structure and the Arts, Circulatory System and Rhythm in the Arts, Mole Concept and the Arts, Electric Circuits and the Arts
- Interdisciplinary Projects: The Scientific Endeavour, Science at Home, Arts in Science, and Conquering the Red Planet
- Enrichment: Kites and Origami (in collaboration with Faculty of Mathematics) and Science Olympiads
- Appreciate scientific study and creativity within a global context
- Acquire, apply, and use a body of knowledge, methods, and techniques that characterise science and technology
- Develop an understanding of the relationships between scientific disciplines and their influence on other areas of knowledge such as the arts
Learn more about the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) or International Baccalaureate Career-related Programme (IBCP) here