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Student Development Team

Student Development Team

Year Head (P5 & P6)
Mr Cheng Tai Chew Marcus (cheng_tai_chew_marcus@moe.edu.sg)

Year Head (P3 & P4)
Ms Tan Enhui Grace (tan_enhui_grace@moe.edu.sg)

Assistant Year Head (P1 & P2)
Mdm Fatimah Azzahra (fatimah_azzahra_hasnordin@moe.edu.sg)

Head of Department, Citizenship & Character Education
Mdm Zheng Huimin Sarah (zheng_huimin@moe.edu.sg)

Subject Head (Discipline & Student Leadership)
Mr Amarjit Singh (amarjit_singh_sewa_singh@moe.edu.sg)

The Student Development Team (SDT) oversees the design and delivery of a holistic learning experience that all Eunosians will undergo throughout their 6 years of primary school education. Headed by the School Leaders, the key role of the SDT is to enhance the quality of school experience for Eunosians, with emphasis on values education and the development of students’ socio-emotional needs.

Structure of EPS Student Development Team

School Leaders
HOD CCE
Mdm Sarah Zheng
AYH (P1 & 2)
Mdm Fatimah Azzahra
 Year Head (P3 & 4)
Ms Grace Tan
Year Head (P5 & 6)
Mr Marcus Cheng
SH (Discipline & Student Leadership)
Mr Amarjit Singh
P1 Level Manager
Mdm Sharinah
P2 Level Manager
Mr Marcus Ang
P3 Level Manager
Mrs Cynthia Tan
P4 Level Manager
Mr Shane Kwek
P5 Level Manager
Mdm Siti Aishah
P6 Level Manager
Miss Salmah Bee

Key Programmes

Student Peer Supporters (SPS)
To leverage on the strength of peer relationships, SPS are selected by their Form Teachers to be trained to help identify signs of distress in their peers and offer basic social and emotional support. Through the framework of peer helping, peer influencing and peer bonding, the SPS work closely with their class teachers to collectively contribute to a caring culture in the school, advocate and influence positive mindsets and behaviours among their peers.
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Student Peer Supporters (SPS)
To leverage on the strength of peer relationships, SPS are selected by their Form Teachers to be trained to help identify signs of distress in their peers and offer basic social and emotional support. Through the framework of peer helping, peer influencing and peer bonding, the SPS work closely with their class teachers to collectively contribute to a caring culture in the school, advocate and influence positive mindsets and behaviours among their peers.

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