Ministry of Education Special Awards 2020

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION

Special Awards 2020

The Ministry of Education Special Awards recognise students' diverse achievements in both academic and non-academic spheres, including their contributions to the community. In line with precautionary measures due to the COVID-19 situation, no physical award ceremony was held this year.

The college congratulates our Eunoians and alumni for their outstanding achievements and holistic excellence. Amanda Wong Jia Min (20-I4) and Grace Cheu Li Qing (18-U1) were awarded the Prime Minister's Book Prize. Lim Shi Pei (20-O4) was presented the Lee Kuan Yew Award for All-Round Excellence. Rebekah Seow (18-A1) was the recipient of the Lee Hsien Loong Award for Outstanding Bicultural Students.

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THE LEE KUAN YEW AWARD FOR ALL-ROUND EXCELLENCE
Lim Shi Pei (20-O4)

The Lee Kuan Yew Award for All-Round Excellence (LKY-ARE) is a national-level award for achievement in education that has been presented to secondary school students since 2005. It recognises well-rounded students who have excelled in both academic and non-academic spheres, and who exemplify the qualities articulated in our desired outcomes of education.

Shi Pei is an alumna from Singapore Chinese Girls' School and currently serves as the President of our 4th Student Council.

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PRIME MINISTER'S BOOK PRIZE (SECONDARY)
Amanda Wong Jia Min (20-I4)
PRIME MINISTER'S BOOK PRIZE (PRE-UNIVERSITY)
Grace Cheu Li Qing (18-U1)

The Prime Minister's Book Prize was established in 1974 as an award for bilingual excellence given to students at primary, secondary and pre-university levels.

Amanda is an alumna of CHIJ St Nicholas Girls' School. Grace is our alumna from the Class of 2019.

THE LEE HSIEN LOONG AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING BICULTURAL STUDENTS
Rebekah Seow (18-A1)

The Lee Hsien Loong Award for Outstanding Bicultural students (LHL-OBS) was set up in 2009 to recognise outstanding students in the Bicultural Studies Programme (BSP) and the best student in the Regional Studies Programme (RSP).

The Award underpins the strategic importance of developing a core group of bicultural students who are conversant in Chinese or Malay, and are able to engage Asian neighbours as well as relate to the West. This year, three students from the BSP and one student from the RSP received the LHL-OBS.

Rebekah is our alumna from the Class of 2019, and received the Eunoian of the Year Award at our College Day e-ceremony this year.