Date : 15 March 2019, Friday
Time : 1215 - 1745 (Afternoon)
Venue : CHIJ Our Lady of Good Counsel (CHIJ OLGC)
2C Burghley Drive, Singapore 558979
Tel: 6288 6930
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Winners : Gold Award
CHIJ OUR LADY QUEEN OF PEACE (click here to watch video)
TEMASEK PRIMARY SCHOOL (click here to watch video)
MARYMOUNT CONVENT SCHOOL (click here to watch video)
RAFFLES GIRLS' PRIMARY SCHOOL (click here to watch video)
RULANG PRIMARY SCHOOL (click here to watch video)

Silver Award
MONTFORT JUNIOR SCHOOL (click here to watch video)
YISHUN PRIMARY SCHOOL (click here to watch video)
HAIG GIRLS' SCHOOL (click here to watch video)
YUMIN PRIMARY SCHOOL (click here to watch video)
NORTHOAKS PRIMARY SCHOOL (click here to watch video)

Bronze Award -
KHENG CHENG SCHOOL (click here to watch video)
YIO CHU KANG PRIMARY SCHOOL (click here to watch video)
ROSYTH SCHOOL (click here to watch video)
POI CHING SCHOOL (click here to watch video)
XINGNAN PRIMARY SCHOOL (click here to watch video)
Judges' Comments : "Students generally showed a positive understanding of spoken grammar and register. We enjoyed listening to the students’ portrayal of the various characters in the story. Many students spoke with accurate pronunciation and appropriate intonation. We also loved the way facial expressions were employed to convey feelings as well as nuances of human and social interaction. Meaning was conveyed effectively through variations in pace, volume, tone and stress patterns. Finally, we were very impressed by how students handled the audio and visual resources of the Moo-O software."
- Mr Morgan Zhou

"Thank you very much for all your immense effort in the story narration! All the groups have demonstrated the values of unity and empathy to cooperate and learning from each another. Most of you are eloquent speakers and skilled communicators. Most importantly, it is the learning experience which is more valuable. Keep up the resilient learning spirit!"
- Mr Ng Wee Liam

"I am very impressed by the quality of the submissions. The standards are very high and students put in great effort and hard work. I can see the students are having fun at the same time! Overall, great work and continue the live of storytelling."
- Mr Jason Teo Chee Keong

"Many put in effort to express themselves in the various roles that they played. Commendable effort! Could see that students had fun in making the storytelling interesting and engaging for the audiences. I'm impressed by the quality of the productions."
- Mr Andrew Ng

"I was amazed at the level of dedication and talent these 9-year-olds have shown. Doing voice-over is never easy. Great job! Some things the children could improve is pronunciation and inflection. The meaning/understanding changes considerably. Students could also pay attention to facial expressions. When you give a character an "accent", need to carry it through and not let it affect pronunciation. Nevertheless, a wonderful presentation! Keep it up!"
- Ms Shalini Doshi
Guest of Honour:

Ms May Tan Mui Gee
SGEM Committee Member
Academy Principal, ELIS
Ms May Tan joined ELIS as its Academy Principal in December 2018. Prior to ELIS, Ms May Tan was the Principal of Qifa Primary School and Vice-principal at Fairfield Methodist School (Secondary). She completed her postgraduate studies in Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment at the Institute of Education, University of London, under the MOE Postgraduate Scholarship. She taught English Language, History and Social Studies in a few secondary schools, and served stints at the Curriculum Policy and Pedagogy Unit in MOE’s Curriculum Planning & Development Division, and Examinations Division.

1) Mr Morgan Zhou
Teaching Fellow,
English Language & Literature (ELL) Academic Group,
National Institute of Education.
Morgan is a Doctoral Candidate and a Teaching Fellow at the National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University. Prior to his secondment as Teaching Fellow to the English Language and Literature Academic Group in NIE, he was Vice Principal at Anglo-Chinese School (Junior). In ELL, he mostly teaches in the methods courses of the English Language track of the Post-Graduate Diploma in Education (Primary) programme. Morgan’s firm belief is that reading provides long-lasting positive effects that support emotional and intellectual growth in individuals and he is most heartened when he sees children being read to in schools, libraries and communities by peers, teachers and families.

2) Mr Ng Wee Liam
K-12 Math & Science Curriculum Consultant, Asia
McGraw-Hill Education
Wee Liam has eleven years of teaching experience in elementary English, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies. During this tenure, he took on both teaching and leadership roles. In his leadership role, he has also developed the department curriculum framework to relate students’ conceptual understanding to daily life applications. He has also received many accolades; Ministry of Education (MOE) Teaching Award, MOE Sponsored Training Awards and Outstanding Contribution Awards. A graduate of Nanyang Technological University, he holds a Bachelor of Science in Education and a Master of Science in Applied Physics.

3) Mr Jason Teo Chee Keong
Vice Principal
Ang Mo Kio Secondary School
Mr Jason Teo is currently the VP of Ang Mo Kio Secondary School. He has more than 20 years of work experience spanning across human resources, industrial relations and general administrative experience in the banking and education sectors. Mr Teo started out his career with the National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) as an industrial relations officer and at the same time, represented NTUC in various tripartite initiatives. He moved to UOB Bank as an Assistant Vice President, HR where he was in charge of the maintaining good tripartite relationships with the three unions within UOB group. He was awarded a MA scholarship by Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) to pursue his Masters in the USA. He went on to be an academic staff with the Republic Polytechnic where he taught human resource management modules at the Centre of Innovation and Enterprise. After which he joined the SEED Institute and was responsible for the academic delivery of the Bachelor degree and Master degree courses with Ngee Ann Polytechnic, UniSIM, Deakin University, Australia and Wheelock College, USA.

4) Mr Andrew Ng
Vice Principal
Fairfield Methodist School (Primary)
Mr Andrew Ng firmly believes in the importance of cultivating the love for reading in children in preparing them to learn for life. Currently serving as Vice Principal in Fairfield Methodist School (Primary), he has 20 years of experience in education and has covered different roles in teaching and leadership. He holds a Masters of Arts (Educational Management) and considers working with children and youths a joy and passion.

5) Ms Shalini Doshi
Shalni Doshi is a professional storyteller and highly experienced speech-and-drama trainer. She was a key deliverer of the 2018 Molly pre-school storytelling programme. A trained audio-describer for the vision-impaired audiences, Shalni has performed at both Story Carnival at the Enabling Village events and is a regular at the 398.2 Storytelling Festival.
: Gold Award (5 teams) -
Each winning team gets:
1 x Team Trophy (for school)
3 x Gold Medals (for students)
3 x Gold Award Certificate (for students)
3 x Set of 1 bag + 6 pens+ 2 readers (for students)
4 x Moo-O Gold Badges (for teacher and students)
Silver Award (5 teams) -
Each winning team gets:
1 x Team Trophy (for school)
3 x Silver Medals (for students)
3 x Silver Award Certificate (for students)
4 x Moo-O Silver Badges (for teacher and students)
Bronze Award (5 teams) -
Each winning team gets:
1 x Team Trophy (for school)
3 x Bronze Medals (for students)
3 x Bronze Award Certificate (for students)
4 x Moo-O Bronze Badges (for teacher and students)
Merit Award (30 teams) -
Each winning team gets:
3 x Merit Award Certificate (for students)
Supported by : Speak Good English Movement (SGEM)
Sponsors :
  1. Speak Good English Movement (SGEM)
  2. McGraw-Hill Education
  3. Eng Leong Medallic Industries Pte Ltd
  4. Teevers Pte Ltd (Developer of Moo-O)
Co-Organizer : CHIJ Our Lady of Good Counsel