Last week, our Secondary 1 Express and Normal Academic students went on a learning journey to Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum. There, they learned about the vast diversity of animals and plants in Singapore and their associated environmental issues. Through a guided tour, students were exposed to various specimens and learned about how taxidermy provided a first-hand form of visual research. The guided tour was followed by activity booths where our students learned more about the researchers’ work. They were awed by Singapore’s rich natural history and appreciated the different forms of records.Learning journeys like these really help to open new doors to knowledge!