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.

We welcome you to explore our website further to find out who we are and what we do.

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Our Work - Making Student Thinking Visible Workshop

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Principals Academy organised the workshop titled "Making Student Thinking Visible" on 20 June 2016, Monday in Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre. The workshop was attended by 77 school leaders and teachers. The workshop was presented by Ms Tina Blythe, a member of Project Zero and lecturer from Harvard Graduate School of Education. Following this open workshop are a series of school and cluster based workshops in which Ms Blythe was invited to deliver topics such as "Making Student Thinking Visible" to "Teaching for Understanding".

Our Work - New South Wales School Leaders' Professional Development 2016

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Principals Academy delivered the Professional Development programme on "Administration and Management of Schools (The Singapore Experience)" to a group of 22 School Leaders from New South Wales, Australia. The training was from 9 - 17 April 2016. As part of the itinerary, the delegation visited Admiralty Primary School, Commonwealth Secondary School and Innova Junior College to understand the work of the Singapore schools.

2nd Asia-Pacific Educational Assessment Conference 2015

Over 600 participants both from Singapore and overseas school leaders, teachers, academics and researchers from all levels recently attended the 2nd Asia-Pacific Educational Assessment Conference held on 10 to 11 September 2015 in Orchard Hotel, Singapore.This year’s theme “Assessment with Purpose” is a timely reminder to us to always ask the questions: What are we measuring and why are we measuring it?




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