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Sharon Lee (Class of 1989) wins with her Singapore Brand

PLMGS is proud of Sharon Lee (Class of 1989) as she makes her mark on the global culinary arena. Sharon is the owner of Straits Preserves. Read her story at https://www.straitstimes.com/lifestyle/food/singapore-marmalade-wins-award

Singapore Polytechnic Scholarship Awards 2017

Paya Lebar Methodist Girls' School congratulates Ong Jia Lyn Jacyline (5A1, 2014). She was selected for the 2017 Singapore Polytechnic Scholarship Award.

News Presenters - Jill Neubronner and Dawn Tan

We are proud of our PL-Lites who are our fantastic news presenters of the daily news.

Alumnae Serving the Community

Congratulations to Ms Chia Yong Yong and Ms Amelia Champion, who were with their organisations to receive the President’s Volunteerism & Philanthropy Award on 9  Nov 2016 at the annual gala dinner graced by President Tony Tan. This award honours those who have set benchmarks of excellence in encouraging the spirit of giving in Singapore and represents the highest honour for giving to the community. The Awards are conferred by the President of the Republic of Singapore and is organised by the National Volunteer & Philanthropy Centre (NVPC), with support from the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth (MCCY) and the National Council of Social Service (NCSS).

Faith Ng (Class of 2004) Launches Plays Volume 1

faith_ng.pngFaith Ng (Class of 2004) has launched a book comprising a collection of the plays that she has written over the years. The book launch was held at the National Museum on 10 Dec 2016.

Your PL family is so proud of you, Faith!


Edited by Lucas Ho and featuring an introduction by Dr Philip Holden, Faith Ng: Plays Volume 1 gathers together eight plays from one of Singapore’s most celebrated playwrights.
Honest and compelling, the plays of Faith Ng unerringly capture slices of Singapore life in all of its emotional complexity. Her plays constantly wrestle with the politics and poetics of the languages and relationships in Singapore: from wo(men), where the ties, secrets and silences within women from different generations are observed, to For Better or for Worse, where the years of hurts, misunderstandings, but also love between a couple are laid bare, and to Normal, where the casual coarseness of teenagers show off their streetsmartness and disguises their hopes and despair. She writes with an inimitable style that is at once heartfelt and sensitively crafted, leaving her own indelible mark as one of the most celebrated playwrights of her generation.

Sofia Limpo wins Kings College Experience Global Award 2016


We are so proud of our PL Alumnus - Miss Sofia Limpo (Head Prefect, Year of 2012)

On 23 Jun 2016, Sofia will be receiving the Kings College Experience Global Award in London.

The King’s Experience Global Award recognises engagement with other  cultures, including volunteering, studying or working abroad; learning  other languages;  engaging with other cultures within the UK. It aims to develop and enhance knowledge and understanding of other cultures. The Award is for activities undertaken outside formal learning and is open to students of King’s College at all levels.

Please click on this link to read Sofia’s experience.

Sofia and her parents are grateful for the character-formation and strong sense of responsibility that she has built while attending PLMGS (Sec). They attributed her drive for excellence and more importantly, her spiritual anchor to the love and nurturing that she has received in our school.

Let us celebrate with her!