|Name||Email Address||Office Number|
|Chen Hong Ming (Mr)
|Yeo Cheng Yong (Miss) |
Lead Teacher (Mathematics)
Winnifred Lim (Miss)
Assistant Year Head & Covering Year Head
|Liu Yaozhong (Mr)|
|Andrew Chong (Mr)||firstname.lastname@example.org||6500 7145|
|Er Ying Ying (Miss)
|Gao Conger (Miss)||email@example.com||6500 7178|
|Huang Xiaojun (Miss)||firstname.lastname@example.org||6500 7152|
|Jacqueline Tay (Mdm)||email@example.com||6500 7151|
|James Chia (Mr)||firstname.lastname@example.org||6500 7148|
|Ong Chuan Hock (Mr)||email@example.com ||6500 7179|
|Ong Fui Liang (Mr)||firstname.lastname@example.org||6500 7180|
|Tan Tuan Ling (Ms)
|Tay Ai Chin (Mrs) ||email@example.com||6500 7159|
|You-Teo Chek Gin (Mrs)||firstname.lastname@example.org||6500 7153|
Mathematics education in Fuhua aims to promote Problem Solving for the 21st Century.
(a) Inculcating mathematical literacy;
(b) Developing problem solving heuristics; and
(c) Building foundation for Math-related further education.
- Mathematical Literacy refers to the practical ability to apply basic mathematical concepts in our everyday life. We believe that in the 21st Century, students will need the ability to make everyday decisions that will require a judicious sense of financial acumen in an increasingly connected global environment. This acumen would stem from their mathematical understanding of estimation, percentages & statistics in a real-world context.
- Problem Solving Heuristics refer to the mental processes for creatively simplifying complicated problems into manageable chunks before tackling them. We believe that in the 21st Century, students will face complex problems that will test one's ability to think critically and inventively.
- A Foundation for Higher Education refers to the mathematical concepts needed for students to pursue an academic or vocational future in fields related to Mathematics. Engineering is a critical field in Singapore that spans mechanical, aeronautical, electrical, civil, bio-medical, maritime and systems. We believe that Additional Mathematics prepares students for a career in these fields as well as the pursuit of pure science.
OUR Signature Programmes
|Financial Literacy Programme|
The Financial Literacy Programme is the department’s signature programme that uses finance-related contexts to: (a) highlight the relevance of Mathematics in the real world; (b) inculcate in students the social emotional competency of responsible decision making; and (c) transmit vital general knowledge of money matters in Singapore (Eg. GST, HDB, COE, Income Tax etc). This is done via ICT-enabled home-based learning packages and through a partnership with Junior Achievement (since 2013) to bring in industry experts (Eg. Exxon Mobil, Standard Chartered etc) to teach personal finance and business finance.
|Talent Development Programme|
The ACE@Fuhua framework seeks to develop T-shaped Fuhuanites with both breadth and depth of learning. With the department’s talent development programme, Infinity Plus, the department aims to: (a) introduce problem-solving heuristics to all students; and (b) identify and stretch high-ability students through selected competition platforms.
Within Infinity Plus, the department has identified key competition platforms. The training programme for each competition varies from cohort post-exam practice to customized training. The programme is anchored on Polya’s Problem-Solving Techniques as well as Mental Arithmetic.
|Enriched Mathematics Curriculum||As the school takes in a good cohort of student every year, the math department offers students from all streams and levels an Enriched Curriculum to prepare all Fuhuanites for further studies in Math-related courses. This is done through: |
(i) Offering Additional Mathematics to all Express students as a cohort subject with cohort participation since 2011 (only 1 student has opted to drop Additional Mathematics in the last 4 years);
(ii) Applying Express standards to N(A) students through the use of Express textbooks as our N(A) students could be Express students in many schools; and
(iii) Offering Cross-Stream mathematics to Normal Academic & Normal Technical Students (Varies from 4% to 25% of cohort).
Singapore Math Olympiad (SMO)
The Singapore Math Olympiad (SMO) is one of the oldest and most prestigious Math Competition in Singapore. In Fuhua, our participating students attended in-house training sessions and achieved commendable results in 2016. The prize winners are:
|Chow Cheng Hong||2I3||Silver|
|Joel Quek Yuan Kang||2I4||Bronze|
|Nur Sarah Bte Zainollah||2I4||Bronze|
|Chong Yu Xuan||2I3||Honourable Mention|
|Jason Lek Si Jie||2I1||Honourable Mention|
|Neo Yu Han||2I4||Honourable Mention|
|Ng Chee Fong||2I2||Honourable Mention|
|Ng Xin Yun||2I2||Honourable Mention|
|Soh Wen Kang||2I1||Honourable Mention|
|Jacqueline Khung Hui Lin||4E3||Bronze|
|Lim Zhi Xing||4E5||Bronze|
|Poon Chien Ee, Ryan||4E1||Bronze|
|Tan Cheong Hsien Ryan||4E1||Bronze|
|Davin Yap Sin Yew||4E2||Honourable Mention|
|Christopher Lim Gang Qing||3S2||Honourable Mention|
|Lionel Lim Jian Wei||3S1||Honourable Mention|
|Ng Yao Zhen, Eugene||3S4||Honourable Mention|
Singapore and Asian School Math Olympiad Competition
All Singapore Maths Competition (ASMC)
The Australian Math Competition was introduced in Australia in 1978 as the first Competition in Australian Schools. Our Secondary 2 Fuhuanites achieved 23 Distinctions and 59 Credits in 2016. The students who received the Certificate of Distinction are: