Bidding adieu to a great mentor

Students lined the school compound to say goodbye to Nirmala who was accompanied by her daughter Natasha Chandran (in black).

SHE spent the last four years helming SMK Convent Bukit Nanas and it is obvious that principal Nirmala S.S. Nathan has left a lasting impact on her staff and students.

The school’s board of governors chairman Dr Indrani Manuel described Nathan as a down-to-earth person who handled the jump from teaching in a boys’ school to an all-girls school “very well.”

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