Posted in Academic Activities, MEP-SEP & COMMUNITY, Science, Teachers' Activities

Science In Action

Making onion specimen on a slide and microscope specimen viewing

MEP-M1/2 students are given the opportunity to let them make their own “Onion specimen on a slide” in order for them to have a basic foundation of knowledge on how to view the cell structure using a microscope. This activity helps the students to enhance not only their cognitive skills as well as it improves different skills in the science process.

Students are excited, happy, and curious while performing the activity which is vital in the learning process. Although their work is not perfectly done, the lessons they acquired matter the most. The lessons that they may acquire must not be limited to a certain aspect so that their cognition and skills will be broadened.

Photosynthesis with M1/2

Photosynthesis is the process by which plants use light to produce food and energy. The process of photosynthesis is always happening in plants and the production of food by the plant is dependent on it. Therefore, understanding this process is essential for humans as it affects our lives in many ways. In this experiment, students learned about photosynthesizing plants and their role in the ecosystem. 

This experiment shows that understanding how light works is essential for using light effectively in photosynthesis processes— something that plants do naturally through photosynthesis. Since most living organisms require light for survival, understanding how light works enables us to take advantage of this natural process. Understanding how light works enables all — humans and microorganisms alike— access to solar energy necessary for life on earth.

Dissection of the Frog and Fish

Understanding anatomy and physiology for both humans and some animals might be challenging to some students. However, integration of the theory to fully hands-on activity will definitely make a huge impact on their understanding of the organism’s system.

The MEP-M2/2 students are more enlightened during the dissection process of the frog and fish and have a clearer view of the body systems most especially how these organs are properly and uniquely arranged is completely amazing. Students are learning a different perspective not only mainly in the dissection process but also in the integration of knowledge in a real application setting.

Posted in Academic Activities, Fun English, MEP-SEP & COMMUNITY, Teachers' Activities

Monday Vibes

Reporting on My Favorite fashion Style with M1/2. This time the reporters are beginning to speak with confidence and started to ask on follow-up questions to the reporters. Indeed a very good sign of speaking progress ! Way to go M1/2


And here comes the varied ideas of M2/2 on the controversial report topic devoted on School Uniform; should it be mandatory or not?


As for the seniors a serious Monday Vibe is on the air for they are having their IELTS Mock test with Reading and Writing as the skills target.

Posted in Mathematics, MEP-SEP & COMMUNITY, Teachers' Activities

3D – Geometrical Shape

For this activity students will be learning about geometrical shapes, 3D geometrical shapes and about the components of 3D – geometrical shapes (faces, edges, vertices).

During the lesson, the students were divided into several groups. The teacher explained about several types of 3D – geometrical shape. Each of the group were given 3D – geometrical shapes and take a turn to exchange the shapes. Each of the group will observe the component of each 3D – geometrical shapes (faces, edges, vertices). Lastly, the groups were asked to identify the objects around them (by pictures) and identify the shape of the object which will be written in a group report.

Posted in Fun English, MEP-SEP & COMMUNITY, Teachers' Activities

We’re Back In the Classroom!

After a long time, we are back inside the classrooms and we are happy to say Welcome Back MEP and SEP Students! For starters, we welcome the newcomers M1/2 in the MEP classroom and the M4/3 in the SEP classroom.

And for this week we feature the first on-site classwork output titled: “My City in the Future” by M1/2 students. By future, we mean anytime as far as your imagination can explore.