The Teachers’ Forum was created in 2009 to raise awareness and advocacy of educators towards our water cause.
Water is an important resource in Singapore. In just four decades, Singapore has overcome water shortages.
Driven by a vision to achieve water sustainability, Singapore has been investing in research and technology.
Today, the nation has built a robust, diversified and sustainable water supply from four different sources known
as the Four National Taps.
So what roles can educators and your students play in Singapore’s water story?
Come join us at our Teachers’ Forum where we bring educators together to learn more about our
school outreach programmes and discover what our students, schools, water enthusiasts and others
in our community are doing for our precious water resource.
Hundreds of teachers have attended our past forums.
Past forums include:
- Inaugural Teachers’ Forum
7 Nov 2009
- PUB-MOE Teachers’ & Students’ Forum (Pre-University)
7 April 2010
- Commonwealth Secondary –Nan Hua High –PUB Teachers’ Forum
26 June 2010
- Elias Park – St Anthony’s Primary School Teachers’ Forum
13 Nov 2010
Site visit to Pandan Reservoir to learn about wetlands.
Having fun with water experiments.
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