At TP, we strongly believe in providing our students with a well-rounded educational experience that also contributes to their personal enrichment. PFP students can look forward to a range of out-of-class activities, designed to enhance what they experience in class and to encourage interaction with other PFP students.
In this section, we are proud to showcase our PFP students – past and present – and their achievements.
PFP alumni Neo Hui Teng (2013/14)
Hui Teng was featured in a Channel 8 news bulletin, which reported that the first batch of PFP students outperformed most of their peers. Click here to watch the video of the bulletin.
PFP alumni Eyo Wei Chin (2013/14)
Recipient of Lee Kuan Yew Award 2017
Wei Chin, from our pioneer batch of students, was featured in The Straits Times (2 May 2017) and The New Paper (26 April 2017) for being the first TP student without O Level qualifications to receive the prestigious Lee Kuan Yew Award. He graduated with a perfect 4.0 grade point average and topped his course. Click here to read up more about our pioneer batch’s PFP experience and achievements.
PFP alumni Daryl Tan (2014/15)
Daryl was featured in a Channel NewsAsia bulletin (13 February 2016) on the Polytechnic Foundation Programme. Click here for the news report and video
PFP alumni Vanessa Lorraine Chea (2013/14)
Vanessa (far right) was awarded the prestigious CDL Singapore Young Photographer Award, as featured in The Straits Times (14 August 2014). Click here to read the article.
PFP alumni Suleiman Raffi, Tay Ying, Chew Harris Rezal, and Rachel Chan (2012/13)
Four students from our pioneer batch (2012/13) were featured in The Straits Times (22 December 2013), in a report on the Polytechnic Foundation Programme. Click here to read the article.