Innovation Laboratory

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) lessons at the Grammar Junior School take place in the fully equipped Innovation Laboratory where pupils solve problems creatively and sharpen their critical thinking skills in an engaging way. Through scientific exploration pupils learn to formulate questions that can be tested and presented in the form of an engineering design challenge.


The interactive TV monitor, projector, tablets and laptops give pupils the opportunity to research and present their findings. They can also communicate the problem by writing on the colourful boards that cover the whole room and they can even write on the glass see-through doors. Learning then becomes interactive and students can receive feedback from their peers and teachers. 3-D models for their designs come to life with the 3-D printer. By using a variety of robots such as Pro-bots, blue-bots and bee-bots pupils become acquainted with motors and sensors. This allows pupils to develop their design, then test, evaluate and determine modifications for improvement. Each child has access to 3-D glasses and can participate in engaging lessons in English, Science and Mathematics.


Computer Laboratory
The Computer Lab is fully equipped with laptops for every pupil. They are of the latest technology and Internet facilities.  The software used enhances the curriculum taught and is updated frequently.