Student Life at HWA : Grade 6 Students Prepare for Biodiversity Exhibition

While other students might enjoy a typical day of learning, Grade 6 students under Ms. Regina’s guidance are fully immersed in preparing for their upcoming Exhibition. The central theme of their exhibition revolves around the importance of maintaining the interdependence balance of organisms to ensure biodiversity within a biome.

As part of the International Baccalaureate’s Primary Years Programme (PYP), these final-year students are given the opportunity to delve into their personal interests over an extended period. This not only allows them to consolidate their learning but also helps them develop essential skills for their future education and beyond. The classroom is abuzz with creativity as students work with recycled materials like boxes, plastic bottles, and paints to bring their projects to life. For example, Naomi is exploring the vital role of honeybees in maintaining biodiversity on Earth, while Jia Hao is investigating the symbiotic relationship between clownfish and sea anemone. Winifred is focusing on the impact of ocean plastic pollution on marine life, and Michael is examining how food waste affects organism biodiversity.

With the exhibition fast approaching, Grade 6 students are putting in their utmost effort to complete their projects. The  school community eagerly awaits the unveiling of these remarkable projects. It’s an exciting time, and everyone is curious to see what other fascinating discoveries the Grade 6 students will showcase.