The THINK programme functions as an innovative and safe space for students to exercise independent and collaborative learning. Spanning across a period of one year, the programme involves the explicit learning of design thinking process, critical thinking skills, research and information literacy skills to support our students in the development of user-centric solutions.
Students applying design thinking principles to develop solutions for a school problem
Tapping on students’ interests, students work collaboratively on their THINK project, with an added focus on sustainable living. It culminates in the THINK carnival where students pitch their innovative solutions to the school.
Students showcasing their user-centric and innovative solution - RECYCOBOT during the THINK Carnival
Students showcasing their user-centric, innovative solution - Earthocity: Reducing online footprint through an application during the THINK Carnival