Who should attend
Through this programme, students will learn:
All students will be given 1-year access to The Straits Times (Digital Edition) for continual learning and exposure to news that matter to them.
Darrell Tan taught at an SAP school and is a founding educator a Between The Lines earning space, a centre that promotes learning through linguistic, cognitive and socio-emotional competencies. He is also an adjunct lecturer at Singapore Polytechnic teaching communications and critical thinking.
An alumnus of Raffles Girls’ School and Raffles Junior College, Joy holds degrees in both Economics and Law – from the Singapore Management University (SMU) and the Washington College of Law in D.C respectively. In school, she was actively involved in Moot Court and represented the college in National Mooting Competitions across the U.S. A passionate advocate of robust debate, she teaches with the primary purpose of encouraging students to give voice to their perspectives through cogent prose and articulate discourse. She is a firm believer in the boundless promise of every student, and seeks to nurture each one of them to the best of their abilities, and with the best of her resources.
$280 per month (4 weekly lessons)