“Thank you teachers, for your dedication that shapes us into mature and all-rounded individuals."
Name: Chen Yueyue, IBDP Graduate, 44 points
“I’m glad that through this school, I met the teachers who understood what students really need and took care of our feelings, needs and other aspects of school life and gave us a good study environment."
“He appreciates the efforts of the Singapore Government and school in extending unwavering support to International students like himself."
Name: Li Jingjing Course Graduate (Results): WACE Graduate (ATAR 99.5)
“ St Francis provided me with the platform to achieve things that are beyond my imagination. Here is where I was trained to be resilient and unyielding.”
Name: Wang Yilin Course Graduate (Results): WACE Graduate (ATAR 94.45)
“ My English skills improved significantly during my time at SFMS, and this has enabled me to achieve high scores and obtain the offer from NTU. I also believe that the teamwork skills I have gained in school will be useful in my university life.”
“I feel blessed to have been a part of the school and to have grown up in an environment as diverse yet as inclusive as SFMS."
Name: Sakura Awa, GCE O-Level student
“One of the best things in SFMS is the community that makes up the school."
Madam Zou Yan Parents of Li Jingjing (WACE)
“We would like to tell St Francis, “Thank you for nurturing my daughter” and we hope more good students will come to this excellent private school for their scholastic achievement.”
Father of Rosanna Athokpam (Year 1)
“After she started school, Rosanna has learnt to do her schoolwork independently. She enjoys going to school and the teachers are supportive. We feel the programme is good for her.”
Mr & Mrs Edwin Guinto Parents of Jin Zhehao (Year 6)
“There is a good balance of academic (e.g. English and Science) and non-academic (e.g. Makerspace, Music, Character & Values) courses that equip students with the necessary skills to help them grow into successful adults.”
Name: Ms Beatrice Tan Accounting Teacher
“When a teacher is passionate about her subject and accompanies students with empathy on their quest for knowledge, students will naturally desire to learn."
Name: Mr Jonathan Jiang Division Head | Student Development
“St Francis Methodist School strives to build a safe, conducive and caring learning community, where every staff member and student is respected, so productive learning can take place."
Name: Ms Maheswari Supramaniam Business Teacher & Student Service Learning Coordinator
“We seek to further mould our students to become purpose-driven global citizens to engage with and contribute towards the school and the wider community in Singapore and beyond."
Name: Ms Se Yee Shia HR Executive
“The school recognizes, acknowledges staff efforts and treats staff with respect."
Name: Ms Hazel Cui Ying Director (Corporate), Alumna of SFMS
“I love what I am doing and I’m glad I can play a role in helping students discover their potential and pursue their dreams.”
Name: Ms Tam Hui Xian School Counsellor
“My work involves spending time with the students, listening to their honest sharing. I am thankful for the opportunity to hear the deepest concerns, struggles and stories of these students who are willing to open their hearts to me."
St Francis Methodist School
Founded in 1960, St Francis Methodist School (SFMS) is a leading local private school, providing primary, secondary and pre-tertiary levels of education. SFMS offers a Singapore approach to learning in an international school environment, and provides students with opportunities to grow holistically and achieve their aspirations.
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