High School welcome guide 2020/2021 - Dover Campus - UWCSEA
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1 Welcome to the Contents UWCSEA Dover High School Welcome to the UWCSEA Dover High School..........................1 It is my pleasure to welcome you to the High School at UWCSEA Dover. Parents’ role in High School..........................................................2 Our High School community is a UWCSEA mission and values........................................................2 vibrant, high-energy environment for High School ethos............................................................................3 learning and you will join a diverse group of young adults that represent Organisation of High School.........................................................3 over 70 different nationalities High School Team............................................................................4 from all over the world. Your High UWCSEA’s High School Learning Programme...........................5 School years should be enjoyable, challenging and rewarding, and our Useful information...........................................................................7 belief in the benefits of a holistic Preparing for life after UWCSEA...................................................9 education ensure that you will grow and develop through all elements of our learning programme: academics, activities, Uniform..............................................................................................10 outdoor education, personal and social education and service. Parent involvement.........................................................................10 All of our programmes are underpinned by a core set of Acronym glossary............................................................................11 values and a genuine commitment to embrace challenge and take responsibility for shaping a better world. We have Dover High School contacts..........................................................12 high expectations and we expect you to act with honesty, integrity, respect and compassion. You will be given more freedom and responsibility to learn alongside other passionate individuals that will inspire, challenge and support you. We want you to graduate from UWCSEA with the knowledge, skills and attitudes that will enable you to make the right choices in life. If you value yourself and others and you’re willing to commit to the ideals of the UWC movement, you will gain enormously from our High School learning programme. We look forward to welcoming you to the College. Kind regards, Rebecca Butterworth High School Principal
2 Parents’ role in High School UWCSEA mission and values With increasing focus in High School being placed on UWCSEA is a member of the UWC movement. We are a students taking responsibility for their learning, parents mission-driven organisation with a strong commitment to sometimes ask us about their role in the learning process the educational principles of Kurt Hahn, our founder, and a when their child starts High School. passionate belief in the importance of education as a force for good in the world. There are 17 UWCs around the world. Parents play a very important role in supporting their child’s learning and maintaining open lines of communication with The UWCSEA community consists of staff, parents, teachers, teachers and the leadership team. Our doors are always students, alumni and alumni parents. Parents are asked to open and we are here to support all parents in helping their lead by example, emulate our values and encourage them in children become autonomous young adults. The last four their children. years of school are energising, exciting and challenging. Students face significant decisions about the future and UWC mission prepare to leave the security of school and the home. Parents The UWC movement makes education a force to unite people, have a crucial role in helping their children navigate this nations and cultures for peace and a sustainable future. transition. As a school, we also rely on parents to help us get to know their children so that we can best meet their needs. UWCSEA educational goal This guide is designed to provide an overview of the High Our goal is to educate individuals to embrace challenge and School, to highlight the opportunities the College provides for take responsibility for shaping a better world. our students and the expectations we have of them. Values Every Friday parents will receive the eBrief which is our key The UWCSEA community expects members to: means of communication to all parents. • be honest and act with integrity • avoid prejudice by developing views based on evidence, reasoning and understanding • be compassionate and morally responsible • embrace challenge in order to maximise their potential • help other people • take an interest in and enjoy friendship with people of all cultures and backgrounds • minimise their harmful impact on the environment
3 High School ethos Organisation of High School A common High School ethos is shared across Grades 9–12. The High School encompasses students in Grades 9 to 12. It is: Your child will be guided and supported throughout by a We, as High School students aspire to contribute, to the best number of staff in the following ways: of our abilities, to the UWCSEA community. Mindful of our • Academic subject teachers – classroom delivery of the experience and maturity, we acknowledge that we are role academic element of the Learning programme models to younger students, and as such, will promote goodwill • Mentor (home room teacher) – meets with your child daily and strive towards excellence in all our endeavours. and delivers the Personal and Social Education programme To achieve this, we will actively work towards our own • Head of Grade – leads mentors in guiding students and personal development and individual achievement, therefore delivering the PSE programme contributing to the betterment of our learning environment at • Grade Secretary – always ready in the High School office to all levels. We aim to recognise and learn from the differences help with daily queries in culture, gender, ethnicity, sexuality, religion and physical appearance that make up our College experience. We aim to • College Counsellors – confidential counsellors that students encourage individuality and cooperation, acknowledging the can see one-on-one for help benefits of both. We seek to reach our potential, and actively • High School Leadership (Principal, Vice Principals, DP help our peers to do the same. Coordinator) – set the strategic direction of the HS and work closely with all staff to ensure high quality learning for The UWCSEA ACHIEVER all students For our students, ‘ACHIEVE’ means being: • University Advising Centre (UAC) – a team of staff to • Aware (self-awareness, global awareness, community support your future planning. awareness) The first opportunity parents will have to meet some of these • Compassionate (service to others, understanding, empathy) staff members will be during orientation week. There will be • Honest (integrity, trust, reliability) other opportunities to meet them during the year, such as the • International (inter-cultural, appreciation, open-mindedness) Principals’ forums, coffee mornings and parent evenings. • Encouraging (supportive, constructively critical, inspiring) In August, we are planning both virtual and face-to-face • Virtuous (principled, respectful) orientations to support families who are here in Singapore as well as those who will find it hard to be here by August. • Engaged (pro-active, involved) To support all families, we will be continuing with a blend of face-to face and virtual meetings and forums throughout the academic year.
4 High School Team The following people will guide and support you throughout your time in High School. Rebecca Pippa Haley Gary Seston Linsey Lawrence Jensen Hjorth Butterworth Vice Principal Vice Principal Vice Principal Vice Principal (Curriculum Principal (Curriculum) (Grades 9–10, Pastoral) (Grades 11–12, Pastoral) and IBDP Coordinator) Grade 9 Grade 10 Simon Bignell Esperanza Gutierrez Denise Stevenson Neil Cowdy Senior Head of Grade 9 Deputy Head of Grade 9 Senior Head of Grade 10 Deputy Head of Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12 Barry Daniels Sara Walker Martin Lyon Julie Martens Senior Head of Grade 11 Deputy Head of Grade 11 Senior Head of Grade 12 Deputy Head of Grade 12 Secretaries Priscilla Wong Li Hui Tan Annie Ang Crystal Chan Grade 9 Secretary Grade 10 Secretary Grade 11 Secretary Grade 12 Secretary Mentor groups Who to contact During orientation, students are placed into mentor groups. The mentor is a parent’s first line of communication with the Mentor groups are identified by three initials of the mentor school, followed by the Head of Grade. (e.g., 10MLy). The mentor groups are then assigned to a Head Curriculum-based queries should be directed to the subject of Grade. teacher, and then to the Head of Department. More serious issues which concern High School as a whole should be directed to the Vice Principal and then the Principal.
5 UWCSEA’s High School Learning Programme The College has a strong learning programme, which allows us Activities to provide a holistic learning experience for our students. The The Activities programme has something to suit the interests programme is based on five interlinking elements: Academics, of every student. A large selection of music, drama, sports, Activities, Outdoor Education, Personal and Social Education arts, student publications and many other opportunities are and Service. Equal emphasis is placed on each element as on offer at the College each term. we seek to develop in our students the skills and qualities to enable them to become aware, able and active contributors Sign-up for activities, including sports and service, is to both local and global communities. completed by registering online. While parents can look at the offerings, the students need to submit their preferences for participation in the Activities programme themselves using their own login. Please note that there is a compulsory commitment to a service activity required of all High School students. Personal and Social Education (PSE) The PSE programme in the High School is largely delivered to students via mentor group time and during assembly each week. The programme follows closely the experience of students as they progress through their courses. Counsellors The Counselling Department provides a professional service to support and enhance the personal growth, resilience and wellbeing of our students, complementing the PSE programme. Professional counsellors work closely with the tutors, Heads of Grade, Vice Principals, Principals and boarding houseparents to support the emotional and social needs of students. Their main responsibilities are to: • offer students a confidential, empathetic empowerment service that enhances their wellbeing and full access to Academics learning opportunities There are three academic programmes in the High School: • offer staff the support to enable the academic, social or IGCSE – for students joining the College in Grade 9 emotional development of students A full outline of the IGCSE programme and details on each • work collaboratively with parents and families as a subject, including course content and assessments, is contained wellbeing resource in times where an individual need in the Grade 9 and 10 Academic Learning Programme available has arisen on the website. Depending on the age of the student, counsellors can be FIB – for students joining the College in Grade 10 accessed through self-referral or by referral from a parent or staff member; all consultations are confidential unless there An outline of the Foundation IB Academic Learning programme is a possibility of imminent harm. is available on the website. There is more information in a leaflet on the website. The IB Diploma Programme – for students joining the College counsellors also facilitate workshops for parents throughout in Grade 11 the year at appropriate times. Please look for these in eBrief A full outline of the IB Diploma programme is contained in and on the College calendar. the Grade 11 and 12 Academic Learning Programme. The guide is available on the website.
6 Service Outdoor Education UWCSEA has developed a three-tiered Service programme Grade 9 and FIB involving College, local and global service. Due to COVID-19 in 2020/2021, students are unable to • College Service refers to some of the service activities for do overseas trips in Term 1. Instead, the FIB students will the UWCSEA community undertake a local outdoor education experience here in • Local Service involves working with Singaporean service Singapore. The trips for Grade 9 will be reviewed before the projects October break to determine which ones might be able to run in the second half of the year. • Global Service refers to our work with UWCSEA Global Concerns (GCs) Students in the High School can also complete the NYAA award. More information will be communicated to new All students are expected to participate, and opportunities students about this award after their arrival in August. are built into our programme to facilitate both participation and learning. Grade 11 – Project Week We expect members of the UWCSEA community to be Project Week is part of the Grade 11 learning programme. compassionate and responsible. Service allows our students to Historically, it has been an opportunity for students to travel put these values into action whilst also offering an opportunity outside of Singapore with a particular focus on service and to practice interpersonal skills. As some services are shared experiential learning. In 2020/2021 we will be reviewing between the different schools, the older students often become Project Week outcomes in light of COVID-19 restrictions and role models and mentors to their younger counterparts. Through will communicate the focus for Project Week with Grade 11 participation in Service students are encouraged to reflect on students and their families before the October mid-term their own experiences, attitudes and actions. break. Local and College service All High School students undertake Service. • Grade 9 and 10 students give either half an academic year (starting in September or February) of Local Service or commit to a full year of College service. • Grade 11 students undertake a full year of weekly Local Service. Many continue this into Term 1 in Grade 12 voluntarily. Participation is taken very seriously and students are expected to attend as they would academic lessons, with a strong commitment and full participation. Global Concerns–‘Turning ideas into action’ Global Concerns (GC) is our global service programme. It seeks to integrate an awareness of global development and environmental issues into the College’s educational programme. GC aims to increase students’ awareness of these issues and to enable committed students to do something about their concerns. Through the motto ‘Turning Ideas into Action,’ GCs aim to: • promote desirable values and action among students • raise awareness and educate students about broader issues relating to specific projects • encourage students to be aware, informed and active • highlight the values of service and environmental awareness • foster amongst the students the sense of belonging to an international educational movement with 15 member colleges with a common ethos and mission
7 Useful information Absences – students United Nations (UN) Night Parents need to notify the High School Office if their child is UN Night is a celebration of the cultural diversity in the College, absent or going to be late to school. Contact details can be and this occurs annually in October just before the mid-term found at the back of the brochure. break. UN Night performances are a colourful smörgåsbord of dance, song and drama from around the world. Items are Absences – parents initiated and produced entirely by High School students. Parents are required to be resident in Singapore with their child, unless their child is staying in the boarding house. Being late The College expects students to be punctual. If a student If both parents are travelling outside Singapore for a short arrives to school late, they must sign in at the High School period of time, we need to know the name of the child’s Office. Students will be provided with a late slip to be guardian in case of an emergency. Please let us know by handed to the class teacher. If a child is consistently late returning a completed Nomination of a Supervisor during then we will contact parents for a meeting. With the physical Temporary Parental Absence form, which can be found on the distancing restrictions in place in Singapore, we are looking website portal, under ‘Forms’. at ways to build on the success of our Arts programme and Arts programme simultaneously transform it using a range of media. Over 500 students across the High School are involved in Parents can view their child’s attendance records on the our annual calendar of arts events, which take place across website portal. all three terms. These include drama and dance productions, classical music and rock concerts and cultural evenings. Boarding community Involvement in the Arts programme is a great way for UWCSEA seeks to provide a ‘home away from home’ for students to experience the Arts. Students need not be taking nearly 200 students as part of an international boarding Theatre, Music or Visual Arts subjects as many productions community. Boarding life at UWCSEA is a rich, culturally are run through the Activities programme. diverse experience which nurtures self-discipline, self- management and leadership skills and is true to the traditions There are many ways in which students can become involved of the UWC movement. in the Arts: backstage management, lighting, sound, set construction, costuming and props as well as performing. All Boarding students can be invited for a sleepover or a family drama, dance and music productions require someone behind outing with day student families. This can be arranged by the scenes helping to make the production a success, and contacting the boarding house. UWCSEA provides training for these key roles. Coming on to campus Music All visitors need to register with the security office at the Students can participate in the intermediate level choirs and front gate and wear a pass while on campus. Parents and ensembles, including: other regular visitors can register for their own security pass • The Band (intermediate wind and jazz band) that should be worn while on campus. • Singers (non-auditioned choir) With COVID-19 restrictions in place, all High School students, • Camerata (intermediate string orchestra) parents and staff are required to complete safe entry/exit • Guitar Ensemble and various other chamber ensembles and temperatures must be taken at home prior to students and adults coming onto campus. Parents must complete the • Percussion group online declaration and record their child’s temperature in The performance standards achieved by the students are CIMS before the child leaves for school. a direct result of the College’s extensive Instrumental Cars Teaching Programme (ITP). Individual, pair and group lessons are offered in a comprehensive range of instruments. Students arriving by car should alight at the designated drop- More information on the ITP is available on the website. off point. The security guards have been asked to be strict in enforcing this rule. There are numerous concerts on campus each year which families are welcome to attend. We ask that students being collected by car at the end of the day be collected at 3.30pm, after the buses have left the The annual highlight is the OPUS at the Esplanade Concert campus. Hall in Term 2. This is the concert to attend for all parents.
8 Traffic congestion during peak arrival and departure times can Laptops be significant. Drivers are expected to be patient, polite and All UWCSEA students in Grades 6–12 must have an up-to- comply with traffic laws on approaching and leaving campus. date Apple MacBook laptop to support their learning and Cars should be registered with the UWCSEA security complete the remote laptop orientation process – Ready department and display a UWCSEA decal. Learner One @ UWCSEA – for students and families. Parking Families have two options to source a laptop for school: Parking is limited. If the main car parks are full, parents may • use an Apple laptop that you already own use the right hand side of the bus park from 7.40–8.30am. • purchase a new Apple laptop To ensure the safety of students and the quick and efficient Ready Learner One @ UWCSEA is a set of learning loading and departure of the buses, we ask you to drive slowly engagements and families will be supported remotely to and only park in allocated lots. complete both levels: Taxi • Level 1: System Setup Taxis need to come to ‘UWCSEA on Dover Road’—we have – This level will help set you up to use the school systems; two campuses, and they are on opposite sides of the island! including wifi, printing and our software distribution system (Filewave) Bicycle • Level 2: Taking Care Students are welcome to cycle to school, and there are secure bicycle racks available under cover. Cyclists must wear a – This level will help you consider how you will take care safety helmet and obey all road rules. of your laptop and yourself. You will also create a shared family media agreement to help develop a positive Public transport environment for use of a laptop at home. There are a number of public buses that drop off near the entrance to the school driveway. Students in High School are Lockers permitted to leave the campus without an accompanying Lockers are provided for students to use. Students must keep adult and therefore are able to use the extensive public their locker secure with a lock at all times. transport system. Lost property Bus Students go to the Reception to ask about lost property, or to The most common way to get to and from school is by the hand something in. Found valuables are recorded and kept by school bus, which is provided by Yeap Transport. They go to the receptionists. Missing items can be reported to the Grade most places in Singapore. The Transport Office organises the Secretary or Head of Grade. school bus service—contact details are on the back cover of this guide. Parents can book either a one-way or two-way Lunch and snacks service. There are two canteens offering a wide variety of food, with Buses arrive in time for the start of school each day, and leave influences from all over the world. A bought lunch costs at around 3.10pm. Pick-up and drop-off times are advised between $5 and $10 per day. when parents book the bus service, which is door-to-door. The Verandah has several counters and many options, Students who have an after-school activity that ends at ranging from healthy snacks like sushi, fruit salad and freshly 4.20pm can take the activity bus home which leaves at squeezed juices to more substantial offerings like pasta, pizza, 4.35pm. Students will have to make their own arrangements a salad bar and a sandwich bar where you can choose the to get home if the activity ends after this time. fillings. Rolls, sandwiches, fruit smoothies and other drinks are also available. Drug testing In the second canteen, The Pavilion, there is an Indian Any High School student can be selected for random drug stall where fresh naan is cooked daily and served with a testing. When selected, students go to the medical clinic and variety of Indian curries. There is also a large counter with the hair or urine sample is taken in private. a wide selection of hot Western, Asian or Halal dishes and sandwiches, wraps, sushi, fruit and yoghurt. Fresh whole fruit is available in both canteens. There are also options for breakfast and after-school snacks. Chilled, filtered water is available in water fountains, not bottles— bring a water bottle from home to refill during the day.
9 Preparing for life after UWCSEA Plagiarism and collusion University Advising Plagiarism is the practice of presenting the ideas or work of Students and parents have access to the dedicated University others as one’s own. Collusion is copying from a friend or Advising microsite via the website portals, which provides very allowing a friend to copy one’s own work. The College views detailed information to assist students to explore such academic dishonesty very seriously and has a policy their options. of suspension for those who plagiarise. The full policy is For students in Grade 10, the university advisors hold several available on the portal for both students and parents, and presentations towards the end of the year as they prepare students are taken through information on academic honesty to make subject selections for Grade 11 and the IB Diploma as part of the Personal and Social Education (PSE) programme. programme. This helps students make informed subject Round Square choices to ensure they keep desired future learning pathways open. Founded by Kurt Hahn, who also founded the UWC movement, Round Square is a worldwide association of UWCSEA’s individualised University Advising programme schools on five continents sharing unique and ambitious commences in Grade 10. goals. Member schools share a similar educational philosophy Over 200 universities visit UWCSEA each year, and there are to UWCSEA. UWCSEA belongs to the Australia and East Asia several annual university fairs held in Singapore by various Region, which offers opportunities for collaboration with countries such as the US and Australia. The University other member schools at many different levels, and in many Advising calendar is linked to the High School College different ways. These include: calendar; all these visits to campus are listed on this calendar. • regional and international conferences The PA organises an annual Careers Fair at the College where • student exchange programme professionals—UWCSEA parents, alumni and staff—provide • international service projects students with information on their own areas of expertise • Gap Year programme to make informed career and university choices. Calls for • Round Square committee membership (by school section) volunteers to participate at the fair are sent out in Term 2 via eFlyer and eBrief. There is also a work placement programme Please visit the dedicated Round Square microsite for more being developed. details: www.uwcsea.edu.sg/roundsquare. National Service Student leadership Each year we have a number of students who are eligible for Many opportunities, both formal and informal, for student National Service. We offer information and advice sessions action and leadership are provided at UWCSEA. For example, for these families involving the University Advisors as well as students can be involved in Student Council, Sports Council, the Vice Principal, Gary Seston. Global Concern Executive, Student Forums, PRISM, UWC Taskforce, Initiative for Peace and more. Sport Dover Campus has over 120 sports teams across 18 representative sports, and also provides access to a number of other recreational sports.UWCSEA is linked with two sporting conferences, SEASAC (across Asia) and ACSIS (within Singapore), and our representative teams have been very successful in both these competitions. The sports microsite lists all the representative sports seasons as well as details on tryouts and training commitments. These are also published in eBrief at the start of the year. Once selected, students participation is registered in the activities programme database. Recreational sports are part of the Activities programme, and students sign up for each of the four seasons through the online sign-up system. Parents are encouraged to support the Dover Phoenix teams and come and watch the matches. We have covered seating at both the pool and the main Ayer Rajah field to make watching sport a more comfortable experience—though it is advisable to bring a cushion!
10 Uniform Parent involvement Clothing Communication The College communicates with parents primarily by email. All High School students wear a short-sleeved polo shirt with The website portal is the key place to start any search for a skirt, trousers or shorts. A white t-shirt may be worn under information. the uniform shirt, provided it is visible only at the neck. Workshops for parents are offered to help familiarise you Grades 9 and 10 wear a dark blue coloured polo shirt with with the features of the website portal and calendars. grey culottes, skirt or shorts. Parent portal Grades 11 and 12 wear a white coloured polo shirt with smart black trousers, skirts or shorts of their own choosing. Parent are issued with a login to the parent portal via our website where they can view information specific to their Skirts and shorts are required to be a discreet length and child/ren. This provides access to a number of key systems, as should be in a fabric appropriate for the climate. Black denim well as daily updated notices, including: is not acceptable. • online medical information system (for review and updating) Sweaters must be black, white, grey or navy blue. A UWCSEA • contact information update system (for review and updating) sweater is available. • student record system (timetable, attendance records, Shoes reports and assessments) Should be black, grey or white, or a discreet combination of • notices for parents these. They should fully enclose the feet but not cover the Login information for the portal will be sent prior to the start ankles. Socks should be white, grey or black. No flip-flops! of the school year. PE uniform Calendar Should be worn with sturdy trainers (athletic shoes) in black There is an up-to-date online calendar on the school website. or white. Students must bring their normal school uniform to school to get changed into if they have PE during the day. High The College uses Google Calendar, which can be imported School students always shower after their PE lessons, so they to parent calendars. If setting this up in advance, please will need to bring a towel to school with them on PE days. make sure to include the High School, Dover Campus and UWCSEA/College calendars. Other school sections and the Backpack and laptop bag PA calendar can also be included. Students may choose their own backpack/school bag style. Students must minimize the risk of damage when carrying eBrief the computer to and from lessons. This weekly email consolidates key information into an easy- to-read format for parents. Considered essential reading, Sun protection eBrief is sent to all parents every Friday during the school All students are advised to protect against UV when outside at term. It contains information for parents on the upcoming break, during PE, for lunchtime sports, sports team practices two weeks. You can expect the first eBrief the Friday before and sports days. school commences—to help you get ready for the start of the Jewellery year. It is not sent during school holidays. Students may wear one pair of earrings (studs or sleepers) in Workshops for parents are scheduled during Term 1 to any part of the ear they wish. Any religious symbols should help familiarise you with the features of the website portal be discreet. Nose studs are not permitted, unless written and calendars. permission is given for cultural or religious reasons, and tongue UWCSEA App studs and eyebrow rings are prohibited. Rings, bracelets, chains and ankle chains may not be worn. The UWCSEA App is available for iOS and Android in the app stores. Search for UWCSEA and download the app to access Where to purchase? eBrief, the calendar, notices, a campus map, student timetable Uniforms for all grades of the school can be obtained from the (including their activities for each day), the staff directory and College Shop on Dover Campus in the orientation week prior to more. the start of school, as well as any school day during term time. Parents will need login details to access the App, as the Dover College Shop information is customised to each user. 8am–12pm; 12.45–4pm School holiday hours: 8.30am–12pm; 1–4pm Tel: 6775 5344 | ext 1923 firstname.lastname@example.org
11 Acronym glossary Reports and assessments FIB Foundation IB – a one-year course for students Students receive an early ‘Approaches to Learning’ (ATL) joining in Grade 10 report, a subject attainment report, a subject written report GC Global Concerns and a pastoral written report over the course of each year. HoD/HoG Head of Department/Head of Grade Reports are accessed through the online portal. ITP Instrumental Teaching Programme Meetings and presentations NYAA National Youth Achievement Award Information evenings, parent workshops and a number of other presentations are on the annual calendar. PSE Personal and Social Education The High School Principal’s forum is designed to keep parents up-to-date with developments and events at the school and to obtain feedback, as is the Head of Campus Forum and the annual Board of Governors Open Forum. These are all advertised in eBrief. Parents’ Association (PA) The Dover Campus Parents’ Association is very active in supporting initiatives and events on campus. They plan a number of events each year for families and parents to become better connected as a community. The PA grade and nationality representatives have an important role in fostering positive communication between the College, the PA and families. They organise social events for parents to attend, to help build stronger ties within the community. These include coffee mornings or dinners, which provide an excellent way of meeting other parents who have students the same age and to share ideas and support each other. Watch for invitations in the weekly eBrief.
12 Dover High School contacts Dover Campus Reception +65 6775 5344 High School Office +65 6419 9316 (Grade 9 and 10/FIB) +65 6419 9317 (Grade 11 and 12) Grade secretaries Grade 9 – Priscilla (Fong Hui) Wong Fong.Hui.Wong@uwcsea.edu.sg Grade 10 – Li Hui Tan email@example.com Grade 11 – Annie Ang firstname.lastname@example.org Grade 12 – Crystal Chan email@example.com Counselling team Denise Cox-McPherson (Head of Counselling) firstname.lastname@example.org Anise Robinson email@example.com Camille Ko firstname.lastname@example.org Chris Kearnes email@example.com University Advising Centre (UAC) John Liu (Head of UAC) firstname.lastname@example.org Charles Knowles email@example.com Greer Bevel firstname.lastname@example.org Jacqueline Villa Evanko email@example.com Linda De Flavis firstname.lastname@example.org Shruti Tewari email@example.com Sriyuni Henningsson (Secretary) firstname.lastname@example.org Tay Hui Wen (Secretary) email@example.com School services College Clinic +65 6775 5321 firstname.lastname@example.org Transport Office +65 6872 3213 email@example.com Library library.uwcsea.edu.sg Sports uwcsea.edu.sg/dover-sports Round Square uwcsea.edu.sg/roundsquare University Advising www.uwcsea.edu.sg/uacdover Parents’ Association +65 6775 5344 | ext 1080 firstname.lastname@example.org Online staff directory All staff contact email addresses can be found on the school website. Please look in the online staff directory for email addresses for individual staff and in the Campus Contacts section of the website for the emails and telephone numbers for departments such as Admissions and Finance. 118COM-2021
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