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Governance & Accreditation

Governance & Accreditation

The School Leadership Team (SLT) for The Perse School Singapore is led by the Board of Directors, who are registered as managers as prescribed under the PEI Act. The two members of the Board of Directors who oversee governance are Tan Tee How and Law Cheong Yan.The School Leadership Team, in collaboration with The Perse School Cambridge, governs all School activities. Its roles include setting School goals and targets with the Heads of Department, assessing progress and appraising the School against goals and targets, and defining school policies and procedures. Periodically, The Perse Cambridge team provides guidance relating to all standards as defined in the school strategic plan.



Senior Leadership Team 

Claire Elizabeth Bell – Principal

Roger Teng Tsao Shin – Deputy Principal


Academic and Examination Board Members

The Perse School (Singapore) Academic Board members and their academic qualifications are:

Claire Bell– Principal

National Professional Qualification for Headship (NPQH) – National College for School Leadership

Master of Arts in Education – University of Bedfordshire

Bachelor of Education with Distinction – The University of Northampton

Roger Teng – Deputy Principal

Post-Graduate Diploma in Education - National Institute of Education (Singapore)

Bachelor of Arts in Urban Studies - University of Maryland College Park Campus

Simon Armitage - Deputy Head (International Schools and Projects at The Perse School Cambridge)

Bachelor of Arts in Geography – University of Oxford

Masters of Philosophy – University of Cambridge

Post-Graduate Certificate in Education – University of Cambridge

Masters of Arts – University of Oxford

Yap Kim Hung – Vice President, CES Education

Bachelor of Arts in Chinese Language (Hons) – Nanyang Technological University

Masters in Education – Nanyang Technological University


Terms of Reference of the Academic Board

The role of the Academic Board is to ensure the academic quality and rigour of the courses at The Perse School (Singapore).  Their responsibilities include:

Developing and reviewing the policies and procedures on all academic matters.

Ensuring that the content of the modules or subjects, duration of the course, entry and graduation requirements of the course are appropriate.

Approving the deployment of teachers based on the minimum qualifications and experience stipulated by the Council for Private Education and subject to other criteria prescribed in regulation 26 of the PEI Regulations 2009 on “Deployment of Teachers”.

Facilitating the implementation and compliance of approved policies and procedures.

Reviewing, at least once a year, the academic policies and procedures.

  • Developing and reviewing the policies and procedures on all academic matters.
  • Ensuring that the content of the modules or subjects, duration of the course, entry and graduation requirements of the course are appropriate.
  • Approving the deployment of teachers based on the minimum qualifications and experience stipulated by the Council for Private Education and subject to other criteria prescribed in regulation 26 of the PEI Regulations 2009 on “Deployment of Teachers”.
  • Facilitating the implementation and compliance of approved policies and procedures.Reviewing, at least once a year, the academic policies and procedures.
Accreditation
Period of Registration: 18 November 2019 to 17 November 2021
Accreditation
Period of Registration:
18 Nov 2019 to 17 Nov 2021
The Perse School Singapore is an independent business owned and operated by The Perse School (Singapore) Pte. Ltd. (which is owned by Chip Eng Seng Education) under the name ‘The Perse’ as a license of The Perse School Cambridge International Limtied.
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