- To develop interest in the physical world and arouse curiosity about nature.
- To train students to construct and apply knowledge of physics to the physical science and other disciplines.
- To pursue a high standard of the language of science and effective communication on physics related issues.
- To gain physics related learning experiences for developing scientific literacy.
- To solve problems individually or collaboratively in physics related contexts.
- To participate actively in the rapidly changing knowledge-based world.
- To prepare fully for the tertiary education.
Our school curriculum allows students to choose different paths for further studying physics in senior grades.
|G11 & G12
|Fundamentals of Physics
|NSS Physics (compulsory), IGCSE Physics top-up programme (optional)
|Introduction to Physics
|GCE AL stream
|NSS curriculum (core)
Electricity and Magnetism
Radioactivity and Nuclear Energy
|Unit 1: Physics on the Go
Unit 2: Physics at Work
Unit 3: Practical Skills in Physics I
|NSS curriculum (electives (any two))
Energy and Use of Energy
|Unit 4: Physics on the Move
Unit 5: Physics from Creation to Collapse
Unit 6 : Practical Skills in Physics II
When brought near to a plasma ball, the mercury atoms inside the CFL were excited. They emitted UV which further excited the phosphor coating which then emitted visible light