Anderson Secondary School
Want To Know About Anderson Secondary School?
Anderson Secondary School students deserve to land spots on the State Board Exams’ General List, Tribal List, and Top 20 Lists. For classes X and XII, the school strives for a 100% pass record, with the majority of graduating students receiving 1st Division with distinctions in numerous courses. Organisations and societies thrive in equally vital non-academic areas such as athletics, music, drama, arts, and environmental awareness. Anderson Secondary School has represented the school in state and national forums and contests, winning numerous awards. Our graduates have become community leaders and leaders in various exciting careers across the country.
Programme for Scientific Research
To transform Anderson Secondary School into a leading scientific research and development centre that will benefit both the school and the zone. The fourth pillar of Singapore’s economy is life science and biomedical research. Anderson has designated Science Research and Innovation as its niche area since 2000, with a view toward the future. Every year since then, the kids who have trained in this area have made even more progress. Anderson was given the title of Centre of Excellence for Science Research result. In 2005, a level-wide Science Research Project (SRP) was implemented into the secondary two science curriculum to further boost our strengths in this area.
It has our students with a solid foundation in biological sciences and their implications for the rest of the world. The Science Specialist Program was founded in 2007 to develop young scientists who will conduct cutting-edge life science research at the institution.
R&D (Research and Development):
Science specialists operate in research teams to plan and carry out experiments for science contests. They taught how to facilitate and coach students in various science department activities. More capable students will be able to participate in the national Science Mentorship Program (SMP).
Programme for Scientific Research
To transform Anderson Secondary School into a leading scientific research and development centre that will benefit both the school and the zone.
The fourth pillar of Singapore’s economy is life science and biomedical research. Anderson has designated Science Research and Innovation as its niche area since 2000, with a view toward the future. Every year since then, the kids who have trained in this area have made even more progress.
In 2005, a level-wide Science Research Project (SRP) was implemented into the secondary two science curriculum to further boost our strengths in this area.
The Use of Coding in Design and Technology
D&T (Design and Technology) is a topic students learn by doing. In Secondary and Secondary 2 D&T classes, students work on projects that require them to design and build items out of durable materials such as wood, metal, and polymers. Anderson’s STEM education supports the redesigned D&T curriculum. The redesigned curriculum places a strong emphasis on:
- Giving kids problem-solving abilities can come up and build design solutions for real-world issues.
- Mock-ups used to explore and test concepts, allowing students to fail early in their search for a practical and appropriate design solution for a specific user.
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