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Ms Suvian Tan Li Sze
Head of Department
(Maths & Science)
Mr Andy Lam Kum Cheong
Head of Department (ICT)
Teacher (Maths)
Mr Lim Kian Chuan
Subject Head (Data Management)
Teacher (Maths)
Ms Liu Yunman
Subject Head (Maths)
Teacher (Maths)
Mr Tay Zhi Yang Benjamin
Assistant Year Head
(Lower Sec) Int.
Teacher (Maths)
Ms Tan Sock Mui
Teacher (Maths)
Ms Florence Loh
Teacher (Maths)
Mdm Tan Beng Choo
Teacher (Maths)
Mrs Robin Loh
Teacher (Maths)
Ms Wee Pey Woon, SandraTeacher (Maths)sandra_wee@crestsec.edu.sg
Mr Lim WeimingTeacher (Maths)lim_weiming@crestsec.edu.sg
Ms Ho Su Ching EuniceTeacher (Maths)eunice_ho@crestsec.edu.sg
Ms Low Chui Ling Teacher (Maths)low_chui_ling@crestsec.edu.sg
Ms Lim Xin TianTeacher (Maths & Science)lim_xin_tian@crestsec.edu.sg
Mr Roland Tan Say ChongTeacher (Maths & Science)tan_say_chong@crestsec.edu.sg
Mr Lee JoshuaTeacher (Maths)joshua_lee@crestsec.edu.sg
Mr Lin Yuxuan, DenTeacher (Maths)den_lin@crestsec.edu.sg
Ms Ng Geok Ling BetinaTeacher (Maths)betina_ng@crestsec.edu.sg
Ms Tan Bee Kiaw EvelynTeacher (Maths)evelyn_tan@crestsec.edu.sg

Mathematics Curriculum

Our Mathematics curriculum aims to help students reach their academic and vocational goals in ways that are in line with their strengths, which may include spatial intelligence and logical-mathematical intelligence.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of 4 years, we hope our students will
  • be competent in foundational mathematical concepts, skills and processes;
  • be able to make connections between Math and real-life situations;
  • develop problem solving strategies and logical thinking skills;
  • experience success in applying Math in everyday life, leading to increased confidence in the subject and motivation to do well in it; and
  • acquire Mathematical concepts and skills that support the pursuit of post-secondary studies and careers.

Pedagogical Approach

We aim to empower learners by scaffolding their learning appropriately, as well as by using engaging teaching strategies, which include tasks relating to authentic, real-world contexts. Selected topics are integrated with vocational modules to give students a better understanding of how Math is used in real life situations.

In order to suit students’ different learning styles and needs, we also exercise flexibility and adaptability in our teaching approaches.


Students are assessed through a variety of assessment modes, including common tests, examinations, math journals and practical assessments.

At the end of Sec 1, selected students are given the opportunity to offer Mathematics at the Normal (Academic) Level.