Seah Lay Tin
Mrs Seah Lay Tin has been the principal of Ang Mo Kio Primary School since December 2006. Mrs Seah started her teaching career in 1992. She served as Vice-Principal of Jurong Primary School from Dec 2005 to Sept 2006. She believes that the child is at the centre of the school’s focus. She believes strongly in inculcating the child with the right attitudes, values, skills and knowledge through caring for them, guiding them and inspiring them in a safe and fun learning environment.
Goh Chang Chuen
Mr Goh Chang Chuen started his teaching career in 1998 at Lianhua Primary School. He was appointed as the Head of Pupil Well-Being in Lianhua Primary School before assuming his role as the Vice-Principal in Wellington Primary School in 2007. He believes that the focus of education is more than just test scores and examination results. It is to prepare children for the opportunities and challenges they will experience in life by instilling the right values and developing the essential competencies and knowledge through education.
Mrs Betty See
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
Mdm Cheryl Tan
Mdm Cheryl Tan started her teaching career in Tao Nan School in 2002 before moving on to Changkat Primary School in 2015 where she was appointed Head of English Department. She strongly believes that with the right environment filled with joy, passion, fun and empathy, every child can love to learn. Beyond academic grades, life skills, building of relationships, confidence, respect and responsibility, are equally important to her. Together with the wonderful team of teaching and non-teaching staff in Punggol Green Primary School, she is hopeful that every PGPS student will be a future-ready leader.