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School Leaders

Mr Hanafi B Asmore
Principal
Mr Hanafi Asmore started his teaching career at East View Primary School in 1994 where he was a teacher, Level Head/Maths and then HOD/Pupil Development before pursuing his master’s degree at the University of Sydney. Upon his return, he was posted to Guangyang Primary School as a Vice-Principal. Prior to heading PGPS in 2020, he was the Principal of Punggol Primary School. As an educator, he firmly believes that every child can learn and excel and has interests and talents. He also takes a broader definition of success. With this strong belief, he is committed to maximising the potential of each and every pupil.

Mrs Betty See
Vice-Principal
Mrs Betty See has had the privilege of working in Infrastructure Development in both the private and public sector. She joined MOE as a VP (Administrative) armed with the experience from her field of work. She believes strongly in providing a conducive and nurturing environment for the holistic development of the children in Punggol Green Primary. She is excited to enhance the school’s practices in the area of environmental education and sustainability. She is positive that with the dedicated and passionate teachers, helpful and service-oriented executive and administrative staff, Punggol Green Primary will be a joyful, fun and nurturing environment to grow our future-ready leaders.

Dr Lee Kok Sonk
Vice-Principal
Dr Lee Kok Sonk started his teaching career at Northland Secondary School in 1997 as a PE and Mathematics teacher before moving on to MOE HQ in 2001 where he serves in 3 different MOE branches (PARB, CCAB & PESOEB). During his stint in MOE HQ, he pursued his master’s degree and PhD at the University of Queensland, Australia. Upon his return, he was appointed as Head and Senior Specialist Talent Development in CCA Branch. In 2012, he was posted to Damai Primary School as a Vice-Principal. He was involved in the merging of Damai Primary School with 2 other primary schools in 2015 and 2019 respectively. As an educator, he strongly believes that every child can learn and succeed, and be well-rounded, healthy individuals of sound character and values. It takes a village to grow a child and with the unwavering support, love and commitment of the staff and parents, he is convinced that when the students see the purpose of what they are learning through joyful learning experiences in curricular and co-curricular domains, the students will be inspired and motivated to be future-ready leaders who value learning and care for the community.