Welcome to Principals Academy

Principals Academy Inc or PAI was established on 14 November 2003 as a joint venture between Academy of Principals (Singapore) and Economic Development Board (EDB) in response to Singapore Government's vision of developing the nation into a thriving international education hub.

Our work revolves around the provision of Professional DevelopmentAccreditationConsultancy and Enrichment to Educators and Learners alike.

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Our Work - School Placement Exercise for Returning Singaporeans (SPERS) - Junior Colleges and Millennia Institute (JC/MI)

The School Placement Exercise for Returning Singaporeans (SPERS) - Junior Colleges and Millennia Institute (JC/MI) is a centralised placement exercise held in November 2015 for Returning Singaporeans who wish to join the Pre-University 1 Level at the beginning of new academic year 2016. This year the conducting of SPERS-JC/MI will be held on 18 November 2015. Together with MOE, PAI administered the registration and conducting of SPERS-JC/MI tests.

Our Work - GAT and CRT 2015
During the month of June to July 2015, Principals Academy conduct a series of the General Ability Test (GAT) and the Comprehension Reasoning Test (CRT) for the purpose of general admission into Integrated Programme or Independent schools and the Direct School Admission exercise (DSA-Sec).  This year 2015 testing, PAI facilitated 13 participating DSA schools, and simultaneously provided the ease and convenience for numerous of applicants who need to take a one-time test instead of multiple tests at different schools.

 GAT 2013
Our Work - Embodied Brains, Social Minds

34 teachers attend the half day workshop conducted by Dr Mary Helen Immordino-Yang from University of Southern California on 7 May 2014. In this half-day workshop, the participants explored recent work on the neurobiology of emotions important for healthy social development and morality, such as admiration, compassion and gratitude. Using a cognitive developmental lens, participants understood what emotions are, why we have them, and how emotions are embedded in everything we learn. The participants also discussed about emotions’ deep visceral roots in the feeling and regulation of the body and their neuropsychological ties to the feeling of one’s own subjective sense of self awareness and consciousness. This course also examine cultural and individual differences in emotion processing, and what these differences mean for the role of social relationships and educational experiences in shaping children’s development.


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