Values and Attitudes


Through studying chemistry, students are expected to: 


  • develop curiosity and interest in making scientific investigation; 
  • develop personal integrity through objective observation and honest recording of experimental data; 
  • be willing to communicate and make decisions on issues related to chemistry and demonstrate an open-minded attitude towards the views of others; 
  • be aware that chemistry is a developing science and that it has its limitations;
  • appreciate the interrelationship of chemistry with other disciplines in providing social and cultural values; 
  • be committed to working safely in a laboratory; 
  • be aware of the impact of chemistry in social, economic, industrial, environmental and technological contexts; 
  • appreciate the importance of lifelong learning in our rapidly changing knowledge-based society.


Summer Laboratory Workshops on Chemical Testing for Senior Secondary School Students
Clean Air Challenge
Sharing from an Alumnus Currently Working as an Medical Laboratory Technologists