“Education should not just be treated as a tool for future economic gains. It should be used to develop the desired characteristics of the society in the future, such as perseverance, lifelong learning and morally upright individuals. It is, therefore, very important to teach our students to fish for themselves, instead of feeding them straightaway.”
“Everyone deserves a good education and every student has the potential to achieve success in the pursuit of their life’s goals. I believe that we can provide a great education for all in Frontier Primary and in turn I expect great things from our students as they grow.”
“I truly believe that every child is capable of reaching their potential in everything that they do with proper guidance. I aim to equip students with not only knowledge and skills, but also with love, empathy and kindness, so that they may succeed in life while experiencing real joy.”
“I believe that every child has the ability to excel when provided with adequate support. I endeavour thus to provide this support and help mould the pupils under my charge so that they possess the knowledge and values necessary for them to achieve their best potential in life.”
"The mind of a child is a boundless universe of imagination, curiosity and knowledge. I believe in opening up enriching experiences and opportunities to develop a child holistically. In discovering their passion and finding joy in learning every day, they can make their dreams become tomorrow's reality."
“I believe that every child is a seed waiting to bloom. It is my duty to provide the guidance, academic rigor, care and love to see each of my pupils transform into a beautiful flower standing tall in its full glory. “
“I believe that my role as an educator is to empower our pupils so that they can achieve their goals. They need to see failure not as an obstacle but a pathway to progress. I look forward to working with my pupils to help shape their dreams.”
"Teaching is a calling! It is a passionate call to reach out, to listen, to understand and to love - and in the process to inspire each of my young charges to be the best he or she can be socially, morally and academically, according to each one's innate capacity for learning."