New Zealand High Commission Singapore

Sharing education experiences

The New Zealand education delegation with Singaporean colleagues at the Academy of Singapore Teachers (photo courtesy: AST)]

The High Commission has had a busy couple of months hosting several New Zealand Ministers and delegations in Singapore.  Our visitors have met colleagues and shared experiences in order to develop and strengthen the relationship between our two countries. 

Among the visitors was a nine-person delegation representing peak bodies in the New Zealand education sector, led by Secretary for Education Peter Hughes.  As well as calling on the Singapore Ministry of Education, the National Institute of Education and the Academies for Singapore’s teachers and principals, the delegation met informally with New Zealanders teaching at some of the international schools.

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