Our condolences and deepest sympathies to the family of TAN SOCK KERN
In Pr 4, I was sent to her office for not covering my book in brown paper. I was terrified. When she arrived, she didn't scold me. Instead, she shared with me her vision for the school, showed me blue-prints for new buildings and even spoke of another SCGS venue. She spoke to me like an equal and even asked for my opinion. After some time, she sent me back to class. After that, I felt that I belonged to SCGS in a special way. I will always be proud of being an SCGS girl. Thank you Ms Tan
— Susan Lauw
I shall always remember you, Miss Tan..... You admitted me to scgs when I was overaged
and not knowing a word of English. Later you taught me literature, inspiring in me a l ove of the subject thereafter.
I shall always remember your folk dancing lessons too.
Thank my God for putting me under your care. Farewell....
— Peng tsu yeow class 58