Special Feature on Our Educators

LEAPing forward: Ms Munirah receives the LEAP Award 2022

LEAPing forward: Ms Munirah receives the LEAP Award 2022 The “Listening Educator for Advancement and Progress” (LEAP) Award was launched by our late President SR Nathan in 2011 and awarded by the Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuan every year to recognise exceptional teachers who have made a positive impact in nurturing students from the heart. This […]

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Leveraging e-Pedagogy to impart 21st CC skills: Miss Seow Wen Yi

“Do not be afraid to try new things!” is Miss Seow Wen Yi’s mantra for her students. Open to new ideas, Miss Seow would constantly seek new digital tools to deepen students’ learning. She sharpens her saw by exploring the different possibilities of digital tools. She creates games and escape rooms using the online resources […]

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Sparking learning through technology-infused lessons: Mr Dinesh

As one of the pioneer teachers who adopted the use of Google Classroom to make student thinking visible, Mr Dinesh strongly believes in leveraging on technology in the classroom so that he can hear from all his students at once. He adjusts his approach and lesson strategies to match the students’ learning pace. With the […]

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Championing Cyberwellness, Digital Literacy and EdTech: Miss Athena Tang

“Today I found out that you cannot just rely on any news as some are fake news and based on opinion instead of facts. We have to check if the source is reliable,” reflected Yu Hong, a Primary 6 student, after a cyberwellness lesson designed by the school’s Cyberwellness Team. Miss Athena Tang, our school’s […]

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Winner of the Arif Budiman Malay Language Teacher Award: Mdm Azlin

“I aspire to see my students looking forward to read Malay language storybooks. I believe Malay language books are a window for them to explore the world and understand the Malay culture and language in more depth,” shared Mdm Azlin. As a dedicated Malay Language teacher with great pedagogical knowledge on the Malay Language, Mdm […]

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Appreciating our heritage and roots through Mother Tongue Languages: Master Teacher Dr Zheng

Dr Zheng Yingjiang, resident Master Teacher of BRPS, supports teachers in our Mother Tongue Language department. She is deeply driven to make the teaching and learning of MTL enjoyable and relevant. “I firmly believe that our children can be motivated to become proficient MTL users when they are happily and meaningfully engaged in a safe […]

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Tongue twisters by MK teachers engage pre-schoolers

In our PLC (Professional Learning Community) discussions, our Mother Tongue Language teachers wanted to improve the students’ language pronunciation. As research has shown that the use of “Tongue Twisters” (TT) helps to improve language articulation, our MTL teachers decided to use this strategy in their classes. Different compositions of TT were put together and recited […]

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Team of English Teachers bags Outstanding Contribution Award for their Design of the EL Oracy Curriculum

  Imagine a classroom of confident speakers who love to speak and share their views and thoughts with their classmates. This is a classroom which a team of teachers envisioned in the design of the BRPS English Language (EL) Oracy Curriculum. In 2021, the English Team came together as a Professional Learning Team to develop […]

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Virtues in action

Virtues in action Through an international character-building framework developed in the 1990s, James Han has turned everyday student-teacher interactions into opportunities for learning. The idea of cultivating a virtuous student body may seem like a lofty ambition, but thanks to James Han, even seven-year-olds at Blangah Rise Primary School are now embodying traits like responsibility, […]

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An Inspirational Teacher & Patient—Ms Usha Rani

From 2003 to 2014, Ms Usha went through four operations, three of them on her brain. Then in 2018, her doctor told her about more health problems so she started taking medicine to keep herself well. Yet, these challenges did not stop Ms Usha from giving back to society and her students. In 2019, even […]

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