Laboratories

Physics Lab

The well-equipped Physics Lab gives students the opportunity to engage in intellectually challenging activities, such as building pulleys and levers, electrical circuits and other devices. The purpose is to provide students with a "hands on, minds on" learning experience.

Chemistry Lab

The Chemistry Lab provides contextual learning and is very well-equipped. Ever mindful of the students' safety, the School supplies them with protective eye goggles, lab aprons and gloves. Smoke detectors are installed in the lab for safety.

Biology Lab

Our aim is to inspire students to explore questions about aspects of their everyday life and the natural world by cultivating a spirit of enquiry. The Biology Lab provides students with ample facilities to do so. For instance, they could stain their own micro-organisms and then observe them under our advanced microscopes.

Maths Lab

A well-equipped Maths Lab has been set up, conforming to the guidelines and recommendations of the CBSE. Hands on exploration of concrete material leads to greater ’conceptual understanding' and 'problem-solving skills'. The primary objectives of the Maths Lab are:

  • To help dispel fear of mathematics (algebra and geometry) in pupils by making maths learning more meaningful and enjoyable.
  • To make mathematics more pragmatic and life-oriented.
  • To provide study and test-taking skills.
  • To practice interactive maths on the computers.
  • To advance mathematical modelling of real life problems in order to come up with guided discovery activities and collaborative learning in groups.
  • To provide alternative instruction using a wide range of audio and video resources.

Computer Lab

The School recognises that today’s children are ‘growing up digital’ and that computer literacy is of vital importance in education. Computer education is therefore an integral part of the Crescent English High School curriculum. The School is provided two well-equipped ‘wired’ computer labs with current and emerging computer hardware, software and other relevant resources. 

Such a computer lab facilitates in-depth learning. Students are introduced to basic computer components and its uses from Class I onwards. From Class III, students are introduced to, and work with, various software programmes.
Our computer courses focus on word-processing skills, spreadsheets and databases, developing multimedia projects and using the internet for research.