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We nurture and support each child to fulfil his or her potential

Professor Chen Ren Fu 
Ph.D. in Curriculum and Teaching, Pennsylvania State University (Early Childhood)
Taiwan

Associate Professor, Department of Early Childhood Education, National Pingtung University of Education
Advisory Committee of the Central Committee of Art and Humanities of the Ministry of Education
Editor of the Art Education Research Journal (TSSCI) and Editor-in-Chief of 24th issue

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In line with The Little Skool-House Vision, we partner domain experts with international experiences to uplift our standards. Our dedication to sourcing the best practices and our passion for turning the latest discoveries into effective teaching and learning instructions have drawn some of the world’s best and most passionate to journey along with us. 

The Little Skool-House Professional Advisory Committee includes:

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Professor Chen Ren Fu
Ph.D. in Curriculum and Teaching, Pennsylvania State University (Early Childhood)
Taiwan


  • Associate Professor, Department of Early Childhood Education, National Pingtung University of Education
  • Advisory Committee of the Central Committee of Art and Humanities of the Ministry of Education
  • Editor of the Art Education Research Journal (TSSCI) and Editor-in-Chief of 24th issue

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Dr Yeap Ban Har
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) Mathematics Education, Nanyang Technological University
Singapore


  • Principal, Marshal Cavendish Institute
  • Director, Curriculum and Professional Development, Pathlight School
  • Teaching Faculty, National Institute of Education
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Mr Paul Adams
BA Hons, Performance, The University of Huddersfield
U.K.


  • Learning and Engagement Manager, Singapore Repertory Theatre
  • Creative Learning Manager, Ambassador Theatre Group
  • Education and Engagement Officer, Z-arts, Manchester
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Mr Lee Kow Fong aka Ah Guo
MA in Children’s Book Illustration from Cambridge School of Art, Anglia Ruskin University, UK
Singapore


  • Actively involved in the promotion and creation of picture-book in Singapore
  • Regular columnist on Lianhe Zaobao 
  • Held several exhibitions showcasing his digital and water-colour illustrations in recent years, including “The Colour of Silence” (2013), “The Songs of Wind” (2014), “Dreamscape” (2016) and “Wonderful Day” (2017). 
  • Picture-book “The Search” was awarded “Best Children’s Title” in 2016 Singapore Book Awards