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MOO SOON CHONG OUTSTANDING STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

The Moo Soon Chong Outstanding Student-Athlete of the Year Award is the pinnacle award presented annually to all-rounded student-athletes. The award honours Mr Moo Soon Chong, the founding Principal of Singapore Sports School, for his immense contributions and visionary leadership.

The award is presented to student-athletes who excel in both sport and studies, display exemplary conduct and are a role model to their peers. A male and female recipient from the secondary level and a male and female recipient from the post-secondary level will receive this prestigious award.

Application is not required. Successful recipients will be notified by the school.

EW BARKER STUDY AWARD

The EW Barker Study Award is made possible by the EW Barker Endowment managed by Temasek Foundation. The Endowment is a tribute to one of the pioneer leaders of Singapore, Mr Edmund William Barker, who was a statesman, scholar, sportsman and supporter of sport.

The EW Barker Study Award, launched in 2019, provides financial support to deserving student-athletes (Secondary or IBDP) with sports potential, good conduct and satisfactory academic results.

Application is not required. Student-athletes who meet the study award criteria will be nominated.

ANNABEL PENNEFATHER EXCELLENCE AWARD

The Annabel Pennefather Excellence Award is presented annually to two female graduating student-athletes who have outstanding sports achievements. The award honours sports icon Annabel Pennefather, a former national hockey player, former Vice-President of Singapore National Olympic Council, and former President of the Singapore Hockey Federation.

The Annabel Pennefather Excellence Award is funded by International Women’s Forum (IWF) Singapore Education Grant, which is managed by the Community Foundation of Singapore. The IWF Education Grant aims to recognise deserving young women with character and the commitment to achieve in their respective fields.

Besides sporting excellence, recipients of the award should demonstrate strong leadership, passion, integrity, moral character and conduct, and community spirit. Also, it would be an advantage if they are able to show their commitment to continue pursuing sports excellence.

Only Singaporean student-athletes who are between 16 and 25 years old are eligible for the award.

Application is not required. Successful recipients will be notified by the school.

TAN HOWE LIANG EXCELLENCE AWARD

Funded by Singapore Olympic Foundation, the Tan Howe Liang Excellence Award is presented annually to two male graduating student-athletes who have outstanding sports achievements. The award honours Mr Tan Howe Liang who became Singapore’s first Olympic medallist when he won a silver for weightlifting at the 1960 Olympic Games.

Besides sporting excellence, recipients of the award should demonstrate strong leadership, passion, integrity, moral character and conduct, and community spirit. Also, it would be an advantage if they are able to show their commitment to continue pursuing sports excellence.

Only Singaporean student-athletes who are between 16 and 25 years old are eligible for the award.

Application is not required. Successful recipients will be notified by the school.