About UNTAME School

This post-exam programme invites students to embark on a journey to discover and spark their interest in STEM and sustainability. Students will immerse in a blended learning experience through fun hands-on activities, engage in over 25 exciting curated online games and missions, and get exclusive opportunities to interact virtually with sustainability champions.

The programme runs from 13 October to 28 November 2021.

Be sure to also participate in offline challenges, guided tours, and more hands-on activities at UNTAME: Rebooting Our World.

Teachers’ Briefing

Missed our teachers’ briefing for UNTAME: Rebooting Our World? Fret not as you may find our Teachers’ Briefing slides and the Zoom recording here:

Teachers’ Briefing slides: Download here

Zoom recording: Download here

  • Special Passes for Schools
     PACKAGES THRIVE PASS1 SURVIVE PASS1 REVIVE PASS
    What is includedPremium Virtual Festival Access

    Thrive Kit (includes everything in SURVIVE with additional activities)
    Premium Virtual Festival Access

    Survive Kit 
    Basic Virtual Festival Access Only
    Fees (per student)2 $64 $36 FREE
    Complimentary workshopFacilitated workshop for each student to create their own DIY solar lamp via Zoom3 OR in school4
    (1-hour)
    Facilitated workshop for each student to create their own DIY solar lamp via Zoom3
    (1-hour)
    No facilitated sessions
    Complimentary learning journeyComplimentary learning journey to Sentosa for purchases of more than 60 kits (limited slots!)No learning journeys 
    Accompanying kit containsMaterials for 5 guided activitiesMaterials for 3 guided activitiesNo materials provided
    Online Asynchronous Access5Over 25 curated activities and access to premium THRIVE islandOver 25 curated activities and access to premium SURVIVE islandOver 15 curated activities on basic access to free REVIVE islands
    • A limited quantity is available, on a first-come-first-serve basis.
    • For every 10 passes purchased, one teacher will receive free access to the virtual festival platform according to the pass purchased. One complimentary kit will be given per school with a purchase of more than 60 kits.
    • For schools that purchase at least 60 THRIVE or SURVIVE kits, 1 complimentary online workshop conducted by Science Centre educators will be offered for every 30 kits purchased. Workshop bookings are on a first-come-first-serve basis.
    • For purchases of at least 120 THRIVE kits, 1 complimentary in-school workshop conducted by Science Centre educators will be offered for every 30 kits purchased. Workshop bookings are on a first-come-first-serve basis.
    • Schedule for activities, videos and a complete calendar of events for the UNTAME: Rebooting Our World festival will be shared at a later date.

     

  • Features Hands-on Activities

    The THRIVE ($64) and SURVIVE ($36) kits aim to inculcate the spirit of scientific inquiry, grounded in knowledge, issues and questions that relate to the roles played by science in daily life, society and the environment.  

    The hands-on activities challenge the students’ investigative and exploration skills, and seek to fuel their spirit of curiosity for their environment, and empower them to lead a sustainable lifestyle.

    UNTAME Online Kits

     THRIVE KIT SURVIVE KIT
    • Create a natural insect repellent and design a hypothetical experiment to test its effectiveness
    • Build a solar lamp and conduct tests using different variables
    • Cultivate your own mushrooms and discover different culinary methods
    • Explore urban farming using hydroponics
    • Design your own tote bag through the chemical reaction of cyanotype printing
    • Create a natural insect repellent and design a hypothetical experiment to test its effectiveness
    • Build a solar lamp and conduct tests using different variables
    • Cultivate your own mushrooms and discover different culinary methods


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Syllabus links

Primary:
  1. Show an understanding that living things reproduce to ensure continuity of their kind.
  2. Make inquiries about the functions of plant parts.
  3. Investigate the effect of some variables on the current in a circuit and communicate findings.
Secondary:
  1. Identify redox reactions in terms of oxygen/hydrogen gain/loss, electron gain/loss and changes in oxidation state.
  2. Describe the intake of carbon dioxide and water by plants.
  3. Construct a circuit with power sources, transistors, and light-emitting diodes.

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UNTAME 2021 Credits