VISIT BY GOVERNING BOARD MEMBERS OF SEAMEO RELC 2 OCTOBER 2018

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On 2 October 2018, SST hosted the Governing Board members of Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation, Regional Language Centre of Choice (SEAMEO RELC). We were pleased to welcome:

S/N Countries Name Salutation Designation Organisation
1 Brunei Darussalam Hajah Sharifah Nurul Huda binti Dato Paduka Syed Hussein Alkaff Dr Senior Lecturer Universiti Brunei Darussalam
2 Cambodia Put Samith Mr. Deputy Director Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports
3 Indonesia Emi Emilia Prof. Head of Centre Centre for Development of Language Strategy and Diplomacy
4 Malaysia Farah Mardhy binti Aman Ms. Director Ministry of Education
5 Myanmar Poe Poe Dr Department Head University of Yangon
6 Phillipines Jocelyn DR Andaya Ms. Director Bureu of Curriculum Dev, Department of Education
7 Vietnam Nguyen Van Trao Assoc Prof Dr. Vice President (Graduate Studies and Research) Hanoi University
8 Thailand Ethel Agnes P Valenzuela Dr. SEAMEO Secretariat SEAMEO
9 Thailand Reongrudee Maneepakhathorn Dr. Assistant Professor Chulalongkorn University Language Institute
10 Singapore Susan Leong (Delegation Head) Ms. Director SEAMEO RELC

They were given a brief introduction of the school and brought on a tour of the campus.

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We would like to thank the group of visitors for making the time to visit SST.

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10 thoughts on “VISIT BY GOVERNING BOARD MEMBERS OF SEAMEO RELC 2 OCTOBER 2018

  1. Susan Leong says:

    Very impressive use of space and funds to create a rich and varied learning environment for students. They are very lucky to have this experience.

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  2. Ethel Valenzuela says:

    Thank you SST for hosting us. You are truly a regional pride and a leader in Science and Technology. May you continue to share your expertise to Southeast Asian students and Teachers.

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  3. Li Pei says:

    First of all, I would like to take this opportunity for your receiving and time spend with me and the team. I am really appreciating your school with well organised. I also impressed about your curriculum design and the method of applied program. Both concept and the real life. Many schools try to that it is hard to accomplish andI wish your school to achieve your vision.

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  4. Poe Poe says:

    Thank you very much for giving us an opportunity to visit your school. It is an amazing and wonderful experience for us to see the products of your students though we cannot see them in action. I can’t believe that such a government school has got such talented students and Teachers and your leadership is also excellent. I am sure that your students will be able to contribute for the betterment of the Singaporean society as well as for creating a better peaceful world. Thanks for everything.

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  5. Nguyen Van Trao says:

    I was so much impressed by the school campus and facilities which support the school curriculum and student learning. The students’ projects really stroke me and so did the principal’ introduction.

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  6. Reongrudee Maneepakhathorn says:

    I’ve got a lot of practical ideas from the school. The students must be proud of their school and their innovations. They work hard and study hard for their future. Thank you very much for the principal’s informative presentation. It’s really a worthwhile visit.

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  7. Farah Mardhy binti Aman says:

    A very impressive and intriguing visit thus far. I am marvelled by the structure of the school (being a public school and government funded) and the autonomy being given to the school to determine the curriculum, student intake and so many others. I will share this idea with the MOE of Malaysia definitely because of the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) policy we are having. Congratulations to the administrators and keep up the good and impressive work done for the betterment of the kids.

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