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MEA 12 and 13 School Visit



Woodgrove Secondary School (WGS) played host to the MEA 12 and 13 principals from Beijing, Shanghai and Hebei, China from 10 October to 11 October 2012.


Welcome to Woodgrove Secondary School


The objectives of this visit were aimed at sharing with our counterparts, Singapore’s education system and staff management.


In collaboration with Prof Zhang Yen Ming of National Institute of Education (NIE), two batches of visitors, consisting of 45 principals from Beijing, Shanghai and Hebei visited our school as part of their MEA Programme with NIE.


Presentation of Token of Appreciation 


The school leaders and key personnel hosted the principals and shared on areas such as the Singapore education system, Woodgrove Secondary School’s niches, programmes that are in place in the school and staff development management.


Mdm Sung shared with the principals on her experience and journey as a transformative leader of Woodgrove Secondary School, especially in the area of strategic forward planning.  Mdm Sung also shared on how targets are mapped and how processes put in place in order for the school to achieve key milestones in academic and non-academic areas. She also shared with the visitors how these have been instrumental in enabling Woodgrove achieve her vision of being the school of choice for many students.


Sharing on Woodgrove Sec School Information by Principal Sharing on Staff Management by Vice-Principal



Sharing on Singapore Education System by HOD/Mathematics Presentation on School Niches and Programme by SH/CL


Through the dialogue and sharing sessions, Woodgrove’s school leaders and key personnel were able to share key insights of the shift in emphasis and changes in the education system with the visiting principals. In the area of staff management development, Mr Caleb Lee also shared on the appraisal and professional development of education officers.


Tour of Herb & Spice Garden Tour of Genesis & Sharing on students' D&T Portfolio