Passionate, Proficient and Prepared for the future.
Science Department Team
|Science Department Team|
|HOD Science ||Mr Yeo Keng Yong (Physics)|
|SH Science||Ms Fu Shin Hui (Chemistry)|
Ms Michelle Ong (Physics)
|Peck Chin Hee Gregory (HOD ICT)|
|Tan Phuay Boon (Year Head, Upper Sec)|
|Peh Su Fang|
|Tay Ling Ling|
|Kuan Jing Wei Kimberley|
|Lee Yun Yun Grace (Assistant Year Head, Upper Sec)|
|Yan Tuck Poh (SH Student Management)|
Ang Chian Huey
|Fong Jia Hui|
|Tan Xiang Yeow|
|Caden Goo Chun Song|
|Tan Kian Chong|
|Lower Secondary Science|
|Muhammad Bin Roslee|
|Technical Support Officers (TSOs)|
Mr Francis Tan
Science curriculum in SSS
To foster the joy of learning science and ensure content mastery, the department adopts a variety of teaching and learning approaches, as well as programmes to ignite students’ interest in science.
- Science article
reading and discussion
Instruction (DI) for SBB students
learning as Alternative Assessment
- ‘Science Comes
journeys customised for students in different streams and with different
- External competitions e.g. Elementz competition and UNSW
The Chemistry syllabus provides students with the study of the structure, properties and reactions of matter. Some of the topics include experimental chemistry, chemical reactions and processes, electrolysis, metals and their properties and extraction, acids, bases and salts, and the atmosphere and environment. In all these, attention is drawn to the importance of chemistry and its application in everyday life and in industries. Pupils are trained to think logically and systematically.
The Biology syllabus provides students with the study of living organisms and life processes like nutrition, transport, respiration, excretion and reproduction as well as the relationship of organisms with one another and the environment through the study of ecological concepts. The study of Biology requires students to use information to identify patterns, report trends and draw inferences. They are also required to be able to present reasoned explanation for phenomena, patterns and relationships, make predictions and propose hypotheses. The topics of cells, genetics and some aspects of biotechnology, when interconnected with topics in Chemistry, serve to form the framework for the study of Life Sciences beyond the O-Level.