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Craft & Technology


The Craft & Technology Team

Mrs Angie (HOD C&T / Aesthetics)

Nutrition and Food Science

Mdm Suhaila Bakar (SH Student Leadership)

Design & Technology

Mr Tan Kok Meng (Senior Teacher)

Design & Technology

Mdm Ira Wati (Lead Teacher)


Design & Technology Unit

Mr Tan Kok Meng (Senior Teacher)

Mr Lim Chee Wee

Mr Tan Wee Tiong

Mdm Liu Xuefang

Mr Lionel Lin (Allied Educator)

Nutrition and Food Science Unit

Mdm Sharon Goh

Mdm Hemalatha

Ms Azmira

Ms Sharlene Tan (Allied Educator)
Mdm Ng Lay Choo (Flexi-Adj)

Art Unit

Mdm Ira Wati (Lead Teacher)

Mdm Noor Ezan

Ms Nurulhuda Mustafa


C&T Support Team

Mr Shaharudin (Technical Support Officer)

Mr Hussen (Technical Support Officer)

Mdm Letchumi


To provide every Mayflowerian with holistic craftsmanship education



To maximize every Mayflowerian’s creative potential through authentic applications


Key programmes/Competitions:

Advanced Elective Modules (AEMs) – The D&T and F&N units organised AEMs for the Sec 3 Express and Normal Academic students. Each AEM is 30 hours in duration, emphasising practice and application. A large part of the AEM curriculum is taken up by laboratory work, workshop sessions, projects and presentations. Attending these modules expose our students to relevant courses in the polytechnics and deepen their knowledge and skills in the subjects.


Learning Journeys to Museums- This is a part of MFSS museum art inquiry programme. Students would visit the National Gallery Singapore or Singapore Art Museum. They were to view and connect with the on-going exhibitions. Prior to the learning journey, they were briefed on appropriate gallery etiquette.

Students connected to the artwork through various activities such as drawing, talking, making movements and sounds. These activities provided a deeper insight and understanding about the artworks on display and increased students’ appreciation for culture and the arts.


Art Exhibitions- The Art unit holds art exhibitions at the school’s art gallery (Artquarium) and school foyer featuring artworks in varying media. Selected artworks of ‘O’ and ‘N’ level graduates as well as mixed-media group murals executed by lower secondary students were also exhibited. The Sec 3s showcased their ‘work in progress’ at the end of the year, featuring their learning progress since they started their art journey.

These platforms provided much pride and joy for the students to share their works with the school population and created dialogue amongst students and staff about subject matter illustrated as well as formal details of the work, allowing for an engaging platform for art discussion.

AEM for D&T students


AEM for F&N students


Learning Journeys to Museums


Art Exhibitions