International School in Palmela | St. Peter's International School

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To ensure excellence of teaching in St. Peter's International School there are two support laboratories for Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Geology lessons, fully equipped with specific material.

These labs fulfil the needs of the Middle and Secondary School students, who have these subjects on their syllabi, and meet the demands and challenges posed to a school community that embraces an international programme, the International Baccalaureate.

Each laboratory has six benches for group work, a side support bench, whiteboard, computer and projector. There is also a support room for both laboratories, in which different materials are stored, as well as a reagents closet and hood. All security demands are fully guaranteed, with non-slip floors, properly ventilated and enclosed spaces, and specific areas with an eyewash, first aid kit, fire extinguisher and fireproof blanket.

The school has two computer rooms with over twenty stations in each room.
These rooms are used by students from the age of three to fifteen. From Kindergarten to the end of Primary School, students have Computer Studies. In Junior School, they have Multimedia Studies and in grades 7 and 8, students also have Information and Communication Technology along with Multimedia Studies.

In addition to this, the school offers students from an early age the opportunity to learn and experience various areas related to computers. Younger pupils use recreational computer programs and go on to learn how to use programs such as Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access and SketchUp (program which allows one to create objects in 3D, used by many architects).

In these two laboratories, students work individually, at individual stations. However, sharing knowledge and experiences among themselves is essential, encouraged and required.