Our Academic Team
Our stellar academic team boasts particular expertise in curriculum development, dynamic lesson-delivery, and establishing strong rapport with students to nurture the love for learning.
Meet Our Teachers
At Creative Campus, we take pride in working with a small but highly experienced team of teaches. Quality teaching and lesson delivery is something we never compromise on.
Our Senior Teachers
Dr George Wong - Levels (Primary, Secondary & GP)
Dr Wong instills in numerous young minds critical thinking and analytical skills, both of which are essential linguistic tools in today’s educational landscape. A devoted father himself, Dr Wong is patient, knowledgeable and nurturing.
With his PhD in Philosophy, he brings an infectious enthusiasm and expanse of knowledge to engage children and teenagers in meaningful discussions, catalysing them towards independent thinking.
“As the name Creative Campus implies, this place encourages the teachers and students to imagine and articulate, and have fun doing so. As a teacher, it is this quality that I prize most about Creative Campus and would want to impart to my students. Looking forward, I believe that this quality will remain, and drive Creative Campus ever onwards.” ~ Dr George Wong, 2016
Ms Germaine Lee - Levels (Primary & Lower Secondary
Ms Lee is no stranger to Creative Campus, having taught our Primary 6 students in 2011. She is a respected and valued colleague of our directors for over a decade at The Learning Lab.
Having found her niche and passion in teaching after her stint as a lawyer, Ms Lee’s students love her for her nurturing ways and wonderful creative energy. She has a wealth of experience in teaching and curriculum development, including the Gifted Education Programme and the Integrated Programmes.
"At thirteen, I fell in love when I attended my first Literature lesson. My English teacher unlocked my mind to the beauty and the living nature of the language. I saw that words could light fires under feet, make hearts beat faster and bring tears to eyes. As a student in the Art Elective Programme then, I was thrilled that words painted pictures. At that point, English ceased to be just another school subject to ace. Later, I became a teacher because I am excited about helping students enjoy the written word as well. I believe that reading actively enables a deeper connection with our imaginations and a lively engagement with the world that we live in. It is intrinsic to nurturing a child’s creativity. At Creative Campus, I work in a nurturing environment with colleagues who are equally passionate about English and learning. Together, we strive to inspire and empower the learning journeys of our students." ~ Ms Germaine Lee, 2016
Mrs Lew Marn Lai - Levels (Primary)
Mrs Lew is an ex-MOE teacher and comes to us with over 20 years of teaching experience in mainstream schools.
Mrs Lew is firm, yet motherly and nurturing with her charges. Her love for teaching and strong pedagogy has helped the little ones in building a firm foundation and love for the English language.
“I have been teaching at Creative Campus for the past five years and there has never been a dull moment. The well-crafted and current curriculum keeps me on my toes as an educator. It is a joy to have understanding bosses and great support from helpful colleagues. I always feel I can approach anyone on the team to ask for help or to bounce ideas off of.
Creative Campus is different from other enrichment centres because I see the warmth and personal care we extend to the students and their parents. Plus, lessons are always fun! In the coming years, I look forward to seeing the family of Creative Campus grow in staff and student strength and that we continue to provide a dynamic curriculum for students of all abilities.” ~ Lew Marn Lai, 2016
Our Teacher Associates and Specialist Teachers
Mr Chong Jin - Levels (Primary, Secondary)
A litigator at leading law firms, both locally and abroad, Chong Jin recently returned to Singapore after 1.5 years as a legal practitioner in the UK.
With his legal background and extensive teaching experience, he brings to his classes a wealth of unique perspectives and practical knowledge. The Raffles alumni is passionate about creating an engaging and interesting learning environment for his students.
"As a student, I always loved English classes because it is the subject that I find most limitless and without boundaries. Composition writing topics grew from a simple 150-word story about a day at the beach to sharing my views on why the internet is one of the most crucial inventions ever.
I have never been shy to share my opinions, and always have the patience to learn the adventures or views of others. Now as an educator, my students learn through the teaching of core examination skills, complemented by knowledge and views, that they will be honed to express with oratorical prowess and writing finesse." ~ Chong Jin, 2017
Ms Cleonice Lee - Levels (Pre-Primary, Primary)
Ms Lee is a nurturing instructor who sets high expectations of the English language, both of herself and of the students under her charge. As a mother of three boys who attend top local schools, Ms Lee is aware of the rigours of our education system. In class, Ms Lee makes learning meaningful by connecting the curriculum on hand with relatable points, especially for the little ones.
“I left JP Morgan after a decade as a commodity trader to put my family first. Having three boys with very different personalities (now 17, 15 and 12) pushed me to adopt different parenting styles to bring out the best in each one of them. I enjoy spending time with children. Being a Sunday school teacher for six years keeps me on my toes and challenges me to engage the children's’ interests weekly. It has been a rewarding experience, especially when they greet me with big smiles even though I don’t teach their classes anymore.
Having seen my boys go through Creative Campus, and witnessing first hand the well-researched materials, I am truly excited to be a part of this team. I look forward to nurturing the love for reading in the little ones; spurring confidence in them to express and develop their personal style; and engaging their creativity in the language.” ~ Cleonice Lee, 2017
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