|Mdm Chung Voon Rou||HOD Mathematics|
| Mdm Gejavalli d/o Ramasamy||School Staff Developer |
|Mr Jee Jia Woei||HOD Special Projects|
|Ms Shirlyn Hong||HOD Student Well-being|
|Mr Joshua Tan||Year Head|
|Ms Loh Kai Ling||Subject Head Mathematics|
|Mr Wilfred Lim||Assistant Year Head|
|Ms Lek Mei Xuan||Mathematics Senior Teacher|
|Ms Aliza Bte Main||Teacher|
|Mdm Chan May Foon||Teacher|
|Mr Isaac Tan||Teacher |
|Mr Lee Shu Hsi||Teacher|
|Mrs Nah Jia Yun||Teacher|
|Mr Raguvaran S/O Rajanderan||Teacher|
|Mdm Salmiyati Salim ||Teacher |
|Mr Samuel Tan||Teacher
|Ms Shamsiah M Din||Teacher|
|Mr Soong Yu-Juan||Teacher|
|Mr Tan Kian Soon||Teacher|
|Mdm Pappu Lalitha||Allied Educator|
|Ms Thilashinee D/O Arnuasalam||Allied Educator|
Students can work effectively independently and collaboratively to identify problems and seek out possible solutions.
Students can present their solutions logically, stating reasons when necessary in written and verbal form
Students can derive correct and relevant solutions, checking their answer against problem requirements and using alternative methods to verify answers where possible.
- When students do something they enjoy, they are more likely to persevere in the face of challenges and spontaneously search for more creative solutions and opportunities.
- When students become so involved in play, they achieve a state of flow that it would be difficult to distract them from the activity.
- When they play together, they form good social relationship and support networks with their classmates.
- The mere effort that students put into reaching specific goals would bring about immense satisfaction and contribute to their self-concept.