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Singapore Young Physicists' Tournament 2022

Our students took part in the Singapore Young Physicists' Tournament (SYPT) 2022 on 5 March (Category B) and 12 March (Category A). Both teams clinched the Silver awards in their respective categories!

CategoryTeam MembersAward
BChen Xinwei Jessie (Year 4)
Goh Rei En, Aislinn (Year 4)
Tan Min Min (Year 4)
Silver (4th)
AHilary Chee Xin Yi (Year 4)
Yin Yue (Year 4)
Tan Jia Xuan (RI Year 5)
Silver (5th)

As host of the SYPT this year, on top of mentoring their students, our team of Physics teachers also took on the responsibilities of planning and running the event, in partnership with the Ministry of Education, DSO National Laboratories and Institute of Physics Singapore.

Congratulations to the teams, the teachers and student helpers for a job well done!

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RGS Year 4 students (from left) Tan Min Min, Goh Rei En, Aislinn and Chen Xinwei Jessie clinched the Silver (4th) award in Category B of the Singapore Young Physicists' Tournament 2022.

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Our student helpers hard at work running the breakout sessions of the tournament, which was held over Zoom.


SYPT 2022_Logo.png                             The SYPT logo was designed by RGS alumna Chen Guo, who is currently in RI Year 5.

SYPT seeks to bring students through a process of what physicists do, from research to modelling, experimentation and finally to an oral defence before peers and experts. It provides authentic learning experiences in the learning of physics. Participants of the SYPT stand to represent Singapore in the International Young Physicists' Tournament. Traditionally held as a face-to-face competition, changes to the format of the tournament was made to adhere to prevailing safe management measures, where teams have to go through a full day of challenges held via Zoom.

For more information on the Tournament, visit https://syptiypt.wixsite.com/sypt