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Teaching Staff

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01/Ms Sharron Chiam Sze Hui
HOD Mathematics
Mathematics
02/Ms Amanda Lee Si Jie
Year Head 2
Mathematics

03/
Mr Lim Kiang Wee
Lead Teacher, Mathematics
Mathematics

04/Mr Ng Boon Yong
Senior Teacher, Mathematics
Mathematics
05/Mr Yaw Kah Weng
Subject Head, Physical Education & Co-Curricular Activities
Physical Education
Mathematics
06/
Mr Seoh Soon Peng
Teacher
Mathematics
07/Mr Yeo Si Jin Beryvn
Teacher
Mathematics
08/Mr Seah Kai Ming Joel
Teacher
Mathematics
Physics

09/
Ms Neo Suat Li Shirley
Teacher
Elements of Business Skills
Principles of Accounts

10/Ms Teo Rui Shan
Teacher
Elements of Business Skills
Principles of Accounts
11/Mr Chua Wang Zhi
Teacher
Mathematics
Physics
12/
Mr Lee Jun Wei
Teacher
Mathematics
13/Mrs Alicia Tan
Teacher
Mathematics
14/Mr Yeo Guo Liang
Teacher
Mathematics
Physics

15/
Mr Hong Guangyu William
Teacher
Mathematics
16/Ms Hou Manping
Teacher
Elements of Business Skills
Principles of Accounts
17/Mdm Tan Kim Kim Felicia
Teacher
Mathematics
Computer Applications
18/
Ms Kerbie Sua
Teacher
Mathematics
Design & Technology
19/Mr Neo Kai Hong Kelvin
Teacher
Mathematics
Physical Education

20/Ms Erlinda Tanuwijaya
Teacher
Mathematics
Social Studies

21/
Ms Ang Geok Xing
Teacher
Mathematics
Biology

22/Ms Juliana Binte Adaham
Teacher
Mathematics
Chemistry





Mathematics


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Subject Offered

  • Mathematics


Curriculum


The syllabus is organised along 3 content strands with a listing of mathematical processes that cut across the 3 strands.

3 Content + 1 Process Strand
Numbers and AlgebraGeometry and MeasurementStatistics and Probability

Mathematical Processes


T & L Framework

 

 
The Mathematics Framework has been a feature in the mathematics curriculum in Singapore. The central focus of the framework is mathematical problem solving, that is, using mathematics to solve problems. The framework stresses conceptual understanding, skills proficiency and mathematical processes, and gives due emphasis to attitudes and metacognition.

Additional Mathematics


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Subject Offered

  • Additional Mathematics


Curriculum


The syllabus is organised along 3 content strands with a listing of mathematical processes that cut across the 3 strands.

3 Content + 1 Process Strand
AlgebraGeometry and TrigonometryCalculus

Mathematical Processes


T & L Framework

 

 
The Mathematics Framework has been a feature in the mathematics curriculum in Singapore. The central focus of the framework is mathematical problem solving, that is, using mathematics to solve problems. The framework stresses conceptual understanding, skills proficiency and mathematical processes, and gives due emphasis to attitudes and metacognition.

Principles of Accounts





Subject Offered


    • Principles of Accounts


Curriculum

Principles of Accounts (POA) is designed to provide students with a meaningful basic introduction to financial accounting and to develop an appreciation of the discipline of accounting. It is grounded in preparing, communicating and using financial information, and appreciating the need for ethical conduct. The subject places emphasis on the understanding and application of accounting knowledge to develop lifelong skills and values that will be of value in the increasingly complex world of business.


This subject forms part of a broad-based education to equip students with strong fundamentals for future learning.

In line with the framework of learning Principles of Accounts as an important foundation subject, our department organises a series of enrichment activities to stimulate students' interest and inquisitiveness towards the subject.


Programme


Student Achievements

 
CompetitionAchievementYear
 All Singapore Secondary Mathematics Competition for Normal Course StudentsTop Placing (Upper Secondary Normal Technical Individual Category):
Poh Wee Wisely (3T2)
 2021
Singapore Kangaroo Math Competition (SKMC) Silver:
Mohan Krithin (1-Care)
Joel Teo Kah Jun (2E1)
Ho Yi An Jerome (3E3)

Bronze:
Sim Jia Min (1-Care)
How Jia Jun (2E3)
Julian Tan Wei Heng (2E1)
Kelly Teo (2E1)
Lee Zheng Yuan (2E1)
Padmanaban Sindhuja (2E2)

Honorable Mention:
Kwa Zhen Yang (1-Care)
Mohammad Hamim Ibne Sharif (1-Care)
Chua Le Yu (2E1)
Foo Hai Yun (2E1)
Verity Lee Jing Xuan (2E3)
Yang Jiaxin (2E4)

2021 
 Singapore Mathematical Olympiads Competition Honourable Mention (Senior Category):
Michael Napat Koh (3E1) 
2020
Singapore Kangaroo Math Competition (SKMC)
Gold:
Lee Zheng Yuan (1E1)
Kelly Teo (1E1)

Silver:
Joel Teo Kah Jun (1E1)
Foo Hai Yun (1E1)
Gan Siew Lan (1E1)
Chia Yuan Hao Clarence (1E1)
Ko Yu Xuan (2E1)

Bronze:
Vaishali Paranidharan (1E1)
Joachim Ng Jun Heng (1E1)
Randilyn Liau Fang Xian (1E1)
Appadurai Jaswanthram (1E1)
Christine Koes (2E4)
Teo Kai Xin Joslyn (3E1)

2020
 All Singapore Secondary Math Competition for Normal Course studentsThird Placing (Lower Secondary Normal Technical Category)
Poh Wee Wisely (2T2)
2020


Australian Mathematics Competition (AMC)  Distinction:
Isaac Sim (1E2)
Ethan Low Wei Yi (1E1)
Michael Napat Koh (2E3)
2019
All Singapore Secondary Mathematics Competition for Normal Course Students
Individual Category:
Koon Wei Ping Rafael (2N2) - 7th position
Enven Ho Jun Xiang (2N2) - 9th position
2019



2020

Crime Scene Investigation using Mathematics (20 October)
As part of the school’s post-exam activities, Secondary Two students worked on a scenario of a hit-and-run accident where they have to apply their mathematical knowledge to solve the crime. The students collaborated in groups and raced against the clock to interpret the various evidence found. 

Through the activity, students enjoyed the knowledge discovery process and experienced how Mathematics can be applied to the real world context.

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Students working together to analyse the evidence provided.
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Students sharing their findings with each other.


2019

Secondary 2 Mathematics Trail (28 May)
The Secondary 2 students embarked on a learning trail where they were given the opportunities to connect mathematics that they have learnt in school to the real world. Through a visit to the supermarket and a game of bowling, the students learnt to work collaboratively with their peers to construct new knowledge and, at the same time, solve problems


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Students comparing prices at the supermarket before making their decision


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Students engaged in a discussion with their teacher at the supermarket


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Students exploring the best type of graphs to present their scores while having a game of bowling
 

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Students learning Mathematics through bowling


POA Activities (2019)

POA Learning Journey to ShopBack (20 March)
Principles of Accounts (POA) students gained exclusive backdoor access and experienced real-life actions behind ShopBack, a successful homegrown start-up that won a slew of entrepreneurship awards for its creativity and innovation in Fintech.

Students interacted with key personnel from the company and witnessed the application of various financial and accounting concepts in real-life context through the company’s cashback reward programme available across Asia-Pacific with over 5 million members on its platform.

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Key personnel started the introduction by sharing about the business model of the company.
B.jpegKey personnel shared case studies of actual application of double entry in real-life context.
C.jpegStudents and key personnel involved in an interactive Q&A session.   
D.jpegStudents were granted exclusive backdoor access to the company’s operations.
E.jpegRounding up the fruitful learning journey, students took a final photo with key personnel from ShopBack.

POA Activities (2018)

POA Learning Journey to the Marina Bay Financial Centre
Secondary 3 Express students went on a learning journey to Marina Bay Financial Centre on 28 June 2018. As it was their first visit to Marina Bay Financial Centre, the students were excited and eager to explore the various landmarks as they followed their teachers to the respective stations. At each station, the students were tasked to complete a series of accounting questions in teams. Many of them put in their best effort to complete the task within the given time, determined to win a prize for their team!
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Build Your Own Business (BYOB) Game Board Challenge (17 and 24 May)
Twelve Principles of Accounts (POA) students had a day of fun and excitement when they participated in the BYOB Game Board Challenge organised by Republic Polytechnic.  Students attended a one-day accounting workshop before they pit their newfound knowledge against other schools in a board game that simulates the starting of a business and incorporates basic accounting concepts. 
 
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Students interacting with peers from other schools
B.jpgStudents recording business transactions