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Past Feedback :

Ms Goh Lay Yen, Victoria Junior College :

“Daphne and I would like to express our utmost appreciation for all that you have done for us in terms of planning, preparation and execution of the trip.


We are aware that we were a very demanding group in terms of the itinerary and logistical requirements, but you really delivered way beyond our expectations and made things so much easier for us. Thanks so much! 


It was really an extremely wonderful experience throughout and would not have been possible without your dedication and "go out of your way to make things better for us" attitude. We truly appreciate it and would like to thank you once again. :) “

Liu Xiuying, Vanessa, Student, Raffles Junior College

“ To teach the theory of some subjects in the form of fun activities eg Caving, Blokart, Zorb ball, was very interesting and enriching.  Educational sites were mostly laissez-faire which allowed students to do independent learning.  Deepest impression was that of the journey through Waitomo Caves and the stay at the Marae.  Both were entirely new experiences and are important enough to create a lasting impression.

Tour guide was knowledgeable, patient and clear in explanations. We managed to learn much from him.  There was room for independent learning since he taught us by asking us questions, to make us reflect upon the subjects/topics.


Ms Wendy Lee, Tampines Junior College:

“I was impressed by the depth of knowledge of our guide, Jon. He made an effort to find out what the students know and value-added to their learning by providing additional notes (eg urban studies @ the Gondola) and insights (eg. bringing the students on the hike @ Waitomo before the Glow Worms Trip). He gave both the micro and macro perspective to every topic covered on the trip – I really appreciate that!

He also led most of the field work on the trip, allowing the teachers to take a step back and monitor on our students’ learning instead!  I saw that my students have learnt much and they enjoyed Jon’s lessons!”

Mr Victor Ong, Vice Principal Teck Whye Secondary

“The schools visited are very helpful and they are deliberately selected to showcase their strengths and their special programmes. These strengths are relevant and applicable to Singapore’s schools.

What impressed me most are the ways the teachers coached the students into thinking about their own learning to bring forth creative ideas. The teachers are very encouraging and their choice of words to the students are liberate and affirming.

Tharmendra Jeyaraman, SH Performing Arts and Social Studies, Siglap Secondary School

"Despite the late requests, agent was able to put together a good itinerary just the way the school wanted it and even more.

Agent was resourceful in sourcing for a suitable school for our exchange programme according to our needs.

Tour manager went beyond call of duty by being vigilant and attentive to needs for students and staff throughout the trip and even participated in the daily and lengthy debrief sessions."

 Mrs Teo, parent of child from Nanyang Primary                                                                                                                                                                                                        
My son, a Primary 5 Student from Nanyang Primary School, has just returned from a 8-days NZ trip. I would like to commend the tour guides and staff of Innovative Education, especially Clare from the Singapore office of Global Adventure, for the excellent communication established during the school trip. It is comforting to know that messages could be passed on quickly and efficiently with the help of Global in the event of a roaming serivce failure, which happened in my son's case twice. In addition, the constant and detailed email updates especially after the Christchurch and Japan earthquakes/tsunami help to ease the concerns of parents as well.

Thank you very much for the good service and experience! 

 Ms Germaine Ng Ying Han, Teacher, CHIJ Bukit Timah                                                                                                                                                                                            Practical and wonderful ideas that can be implemented in Singapore  classrooms. New Zealand schools and staff are very warm.  Lots of  professional pride.                                     Teaching is universal – It is possible to do many of things that are done in New Zealand schools. We have to adopt open minds, to be less resistant to changes.

School visits are very well planned – Schools made a lot of effort to make visits fruitful, share ideas.

 Ms Leng Sun Ee, Teacher, Qihua Primary                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Failure can be learning points and turn into celebration of successes.”     

 The pupils were so confident, self directed and they know what they are doing, and where they are reaching/going.


 Ms Rezia , Teacher, Da Qiao Primary                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Passionate teachers; expressive students.  The learning methods used are unique in that it is almost 90% student based learning, a direct opposite of Singapore

The approach of increasing literacy through the implementation of research based programmes is practical and very beneficial, something that can be implemented in Singapore schools.  Very useful in providing an overview of the theme on literacy and the teaching practices used in schools.

Ms Leong Chui Pink, Teacher, Tanjong Katong Primary                                                                                                                                                                                                   The visits were very fruitful and enriching.

Each school was different – eg different socio-economic background of  kids, different programmes to cater to different needs, therefore I could  takeaway different learning points

from each school.

What really stood out was the teachers’ conspicuous passion for the students, the belief that PLAY is conducive for learning and the independent learning that took place at every level (Yr 1 to Yr 6)