Education Workshops and Programmes
The Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research offers a range of educational workshops and other programmes for teachers and students in the area of natural history and ecology.
These activities seek to arouse curiosity and educate students of the rich natural history and heritage in Singapore; facilitate a better appreciation and understanding of conservation in Singapore; foster experiential-learning and creative thinking in students; and provide students with opportunities to carry out research projects and interact with scientists.
So come explore natural ecosystems with our experts and learn about vast diversity of biological life, the dynamic interactions that take place and the ecological processes that keep nature alive.
The Public Gallery of the Raffles Museum has been partially closed and will be completely closed from 1 April 2013 onwards. Education programmes without the use of the public gallery will continue.
For enquiries on education workshops and programmes, please contact:
Ms Tammy Lim
Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research
National University of Singapore