Highlights

Two new Principals for Methodist schools

Feb 2017    

New Principals have been welcomed at two of our Methodist schools this new school year. They are:

Mrs Jennifer Choy (left), Geylang Methodist School (Primary). Mrs Choy began her teaching career in 1988 as a Literature and Language teacher in Si Ling Secondary School. After 10 years there, she moved on to become Vice-Principal in Marymount Convent and subsequently South View Primary School. She was appointed Principal of Eunos Primary School in 2009.

Mrs Choy, who has four sons, attends and serves in Mustard Seed Community Church with her family.

Mr Charles Tong (right), St Francis Methodist School. He started teaching as a Mathematics teacher in Xinmin Secondary School. During his second year, he was blessed with the opportunity to lead the IT Department in championing education technology as a pilot MOE school. Subsequently, he progressed to leadership roles in various schools, including Dunman High School, Pasir Ris Secondary, Fairfield Methodist School (Primary) and Hwa Chong International School.

He is married with three children and serves in The Peoples Presbyterian Church as an Elder.

Photos courtesy of the respective Methodist schools

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