Science Days and STEM Fun Day (17-19, 21/04/2018)

Our Science curriculum aims to develop a broad and sound knowledge base to meet the challenges of living in a technologically advanced society and to respond to the latest STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education. During the third week of April, we organized a series of experiential learning including carrying out experiments, Food Science Competition, Augmented Reality, Circuit, Molecular Gastronomy, Solar Car, Paper Plane, Air Drone, Virtual Reality and Hologram workshops on both Science Days and STEM Fun Day to let our students as well as more than 150 primary school students enjoy and apply them to daily living.