About The Greendale Chronicle

The e-Chronicles is specially set up to provide the school community and stakeholders with up-to-date information on the school. 

The articles are organised according to the  school’s strategic thrusts:

  • Excellence in Teaching & Learning
  • Excellence in Character Development 
  • Staff Excellence & Well-being

The blog will also include two other categories Caring & Conducive Learning Environment and Engaged Stakeholders and Partners, to report on the school’s effort in providing our staff and students with an environment conducive for teaching and learning and working in partnership with stakeholders to enhance to our students’ learning experiences.

With this blog, we hope to strengthen our engagement effort and keep both the school community and stakeholders current on the development and progress of our school.

Happy reading and stay connected!

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3 thoughts on “About The Greendale Chronicle”

  1. My heartfelt thanks to the hard work and care and concern from 2017 Sec 4/5 cohort Year Head, Ms Tng. She is a caring woman who receives utmost respect and admiration from the students especially the boys for her sincerity and amazing effort she puts in mentoring the students.

    All the teachers teaching this cohort are gems to this school. Mr Too, Ms Faith Ong, Mr Darius Tan and Mr Teng from Sec 4E1 and many others.

  2. Ok very good that you guys use this types of methods to keep us in track of what’s happening in school

  3. Thank you for the updates for the level Camps. It was much better than last year. May or may not see my son in the photos but seeing the big smiles on the children face and the activities they went through, I knew they had great fun.

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