Education is one of the most precious gifts that we can give any child. A good education should inspire belief in the students and influence them to lead meaningful and purposeful lives. The focus of education is not only the pursuit of academic excellence but more importantly to develop students of character anchored in positive and enduring values. In Rosyth School, we encapsulate the values of Integrity, Care, GrAtitude, Respect & Resilience and Entrepreneurial Spirit as I-CARE.
The school’s programmes and activities are geared towards ensuring that students are developed holistically and equipped with the knowledge, skills, values and dispositions that are essential in the 21st Century. Our students get many opportunities to discover their talents and passions, and to excel in their pursuits. They are called to Learn with Passion, Serve with Compassion and Lead with Vision. With these, we aspire for our Rosythians to be always ready to serve in small or big ways to make a positive difference to those around them.
The staff in Rosyth aim to provide all our students with a vibrant learning environment by leveraging engaging learning spaces and innovative teaching pedagogies. We want the school to be a place that stimulates and nurtures the students’ imagination and intellectual curiosity. The school also believes that providing a good education involves working closely with all our stakeholders, especially parents, and building strong supportive partnerships.
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About the Principal
Mr. Suraj Nair
BAcc (Hons 1st), PGDE (Pri Merit), MSc Educational Research (Dist)
Mr. Suraj Nair joined Rosyth School on 15 December 2022.
He began his journey in Education in 1999 when he joined Fuhua Primary School as a teacher. He later became the Head of Department for Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the same school. In 2006, he joined the Educational Technology Division in MOE HQ.
In June 2007, he was appointed Vice-Principal to start Beacon Primary School, the only new primary future school in Singapore. Following which, he pursued his MSc in Educational Research at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. Upon his return in 2011, he joined the Curriculum Policy Office in MOE HQ.
After attending the “Leaders in Education Programme”, an executive programme at the National Institute of Education, Singapore to prepare him for school leadership, he was appointed Principal of Teck Whye Primary in December 2012.
He returned to the Educational Technology Division in MOE HQ in December 2017 as Director for the Technologies for Learning Branch and was involved in developing the Singapore Student Learning Space, projects involving Artificial Intelligence in Education and Classrooms of the Future, and in growing the Makers Education movement in schools.