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Noel Santos (Phillipines)

Head of Women's Artistic Gymnastics

WAG Coach


Noel comes from the Philippines where he started as a gymnast and began coaching in 1991. Coaching through his University career, he was provided with the opportunity to be varsity gymnast and was awarded a scholarship for 4 straight years. Noel has coached both MAG and WAG in a range of settings from public schools all the way through to being the National Coach for WAG in the Philippines. Noel’s passion and expertise for sport is demonstrated by various other sports he has coached including providing strength and flexibility coaching for dance sport and figure skaters.







Amy Brooks (Canada)

Gymnastics Programme Manager

WAG Coach

Amy Brooks comes from Canada where she was a gymnast. Amy and her husband and two daughters moved to Singapore in August 2013, and her husband teaches Physics and Science here at UWCSEA.

Amy is passionate about sport and has a background in swimming, basketball, volleyball, athletics, and figure skating. Amy has taught and coached in North America, Africa, and Asia. She is passionate about the education and training of children, and is inspired by being a part of the growth and development they achieve through the challenging and exciting sport of gymnastics. Amy is excited to be coaching gymnastics at UWCSEA East and is grateful to be able to continue to share her passion for gymnastics and fitness with the students here.

Tiffany Tse (Hong Kong)

WAG Coach

Tiffany comes from Hong Kong where she started gymnastics at the age of 2.

Tiffany has the experience in coaching gymnastics classes ranging from recreational level to competitive squads. She has coached at kindergartens, local and international schools, private clubs, as well as a talent-identifying and training programme under the HK Gymnastics National Squad. Prior to joining UWCSEA East, she was a long-term coach at the Canadian International School of Hong Kong and a private gym club Kidnetic.

In 2015, Tiffany took part in the 15th World Gymnaestrada held in Helsinki, Finland. She was part of the 50-people team that represented Hong Kong at the event. Working closely alongside two other coaches, she helped in choreographing two display routines for the event.

Tiffany enjoys coaching a lot and is very excited that she is able to share her expertise and passion in gymnastics with our Dragons gymnasts at UWCSEA East.



Roel Ramirez (Phillipines)

WAG Coach

Roel is from the Philippines, where he was a member of the Men’s Artistic Gymnastics Philippine National Team since 1997 to 2005. He started his gymnastics career when he was 9 years old. Roel then started to train in the Gymnastics National Team Gymnasium.

Roel has had 15 years of coaching experience for MAG & WAG in a various clubs and in  an association such as Muntinlupa Gymnastics Club, International School Manila, Multisport (Shanghai and Beijing), Philippine Gymnastics and Athletics Academy and Gymnastics Association of the Philippines (MAG). He is thrilled to now be coaching at UWCSEA East.



Rhea Ramirez (Philippines)

WAG Coach

Rhea comes from the Philippines, where she was a member of the Philippine National Rhythmic Gymnastics Team.

Her athletic career started when she was 9 years old, largely due to the influence of her father and four older brothers who, at the time, were also members of Philippine National Men’s Artistic Gymnastics Team. She had a strong foundation in several sports like swimming, judo and martial arts, but decided to focus on Rhythmic Gymnastics as she found it to be the most challenging and rewarding.

After her athletic career, she decided to share her knowledge and experience in sports through teaching kids of all ages. She coached full-time at Philippine Gymnastics Athletic Academy for 5 years, where she handled recreational and competitive classes. She also worked as a part-time coach in the British School of Manila, Tictac Tumble Gymnastics for Kiddos and Jubilee Christian Academy.

Coach Rhea enjoys coaching a lot and is excited to be sharing her love for the sport with the kids at UWCSEA East.




Gabriel Gan (Singapore)

Head of Men's Artistic Gymnastics

MAG Coach


Ronnie Ramirez (Philippines)

MAG Coach


Cesar Gatchalian (Philippines)

WAG Coach