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Science Department


For students pursuing degrees in Science, Engineering, Medicine, Information and Computer Systems, science at H2 level provides a foundation for their undergraduate studies. 

For students pursuing other degrees, science, even at the H1 level, gives them an understanding of the principles and limitations of the various sciences. 

The A-Level Science subjects are Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Students reading these subjects can choose from two levels of study: H1 or H2. Science at H1 level covers a subsection of the H2 theoretical syllabus, but in equal depth. Science at H2 level covers more topics than at H1, including a hands-on component in the form of experimental techniques for laboratory work.

Biology

    Note: Topics in bold are in H2  syllabus only

    Core ideas: The cell and biomolecules of Life
    Biomolecules of Life and Cellular Transport
    Organelles & Cellular Structures
    Proteins & Stem Cells
    Genetics and Inheritance
    The structure of Nuclei Acids & Gene Expressions
    DNA Mutations
    Cell Cycle & Inheritance
    Organisation of Genomes
    Control of Gene Expression
    Energetics
    Transformation of Energy between the Environment & the Organism
    Communication & Equilibrium in Organisms
    Biological Evolution
    Natural Selection & Adaptations
    Evolution & Biodiversity, Species & Speciation
    Extension Topics
    Impact of Climate Change on Animals and Plants
    Infectious Diseases

Chemistry

    Note: Topics in bold are in H2  syllabus only
    Atoms, molecules, stoichiometry
    Atomic Structure
    Chemical Bonding
    The Gaseous State
    Chemical Energetics
    Electrochemistry (H1: Redox reactions only) 
    Equilibria
    Reaction Kinetics
    Inorganic Chemistry
    Periodic Table:
            o Periodicity; 
            o Group 2 elements; 
            o Group 7 elements; 
            o Transition elements
    Organic Chemistry:
            o      Introductory topics;
            o Hydrocarbons; 
            o Halogen derivatives; 
            o Hydroxy compounds (H1: Alcohols only); 
            o Carbonyl compounds; 
            o Carboxylic Acids and Derivatives; 
            o Nitrogen compounds.

Physics

Note: Topics in bold are in H2  syllabus only

Section I: Measurement
1. Measurement

Section II: Newtonian Mechanics
2. Kinematics
3. Dynamics
4. Forces
5. Work, Energy, Power
6. Motion in a Circle
7. Gravitational Field

Section III: Thermal Physics
8. Temperature and Ideal Gases
9. First Law of Thermodynamics

Section IV: Oscillations and Waves
10. Oscillations
11. Wave Motion
12. Superposition

Section V: Electricity and Magnetism
13. Electric Fields
14. Current of Electricity
15. D.C. Circuits
16. Electromagnetism
17. Electromagnetic Induction
18. Alternating Current

Section VI: Modern Physics
19. Quantum Physics
20. Nuclear Physics

Science Department Members


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Low Chee Wai 
HOD (Science)
Physics
Tan Lau Li San Judy
HOD (Student Affairs & Management)
Chemistry
Goh Kien Huay
Lead Teacher (Chem)
Shirley Tay
Level Head (Phy)
Physics
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  Tey Li Wei Sharon
Level Head (Physics)
Physics
  Eunice Sim Kwei Yen
Level Head (Chem) 
Chemistry
Kevin Low
Level Head (Chem) 
Chemistry
Vincent Quek 
Subject Head (Biology) 
Biology
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Pauline Peh Jia Ling 
Subject Head (Partnerships)  
Biology
 Sim Yong Meng 
Subject Head (Student Management)  
Physics
Tan Meng Lee 
Subject Head (Aesthetics)  
Chemistry
Celine Leow Kiat Peng 
Subject Head (Career Education)  
Chemistry
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 Theresia Line Ishak 
Subject Head (Student Leadership Development)
Chemistry  
 Mark Lim Chee Kang 
Senior Teacher (Phy)  
Physics
 Bernard Lee Yit Hoe 
Senior Teacher (Chem)  
Chemistry 
 Michele Tan 
Senior Teacher (Bio)  
Biology
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Chen Wanlin  
Biology
Chong Qian Yee Debra 
Biology
Chua Xiu Ling
Biology
Toh Qian Bing 
Biology
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So Seok Hoon
Chemistry
Zhou Guan Jun
Chemistry
Alvin Tan Teck Siang 
Chemistry
Lee Jia Ling 
Chemistry
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Tan Shuyun 
Chemistry
Lin Jiansheng 
Chemistry
Low Shu’en Joanne 
Chemistry
Chin De Shun 
Chemistry
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Goh Kien Soon 
Chemistry
Lim Meilin 
Chemistry
Liew Shao Chuan
Chemistry
Tan Yee Ying
Chemistry
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 Tan Hui Min
Chemistry
Ong Jiun Hoe 
Chemistry
  
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  Chua Siow Wee Zavior 
Physics
Soh Wei Kuan 
Physics
Katherine Moey Kit Li 
Physics
Chan Kwee Yong 
Physics
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Yeong Mei Leng
Physics
Ng Jun Siang 
Physics
Khoo Shao Ting 
Physics