Our SEL Programme focuses on beneficiaries from Secondary levels. It seeks to bring together young adolescents from lower income households forge positive relationships with our Mentors via a series of experiential learning activities. These activities are focused on Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) components that are relevant to issues that young adolescents face.
The programme targets to develop relational skills that are foundational – allowing adolescents to better regulate and process emotions, think critically, maintain positive relationships, collaborate, and communicate effectively, and most importantly – being able to understand themselves well.
1) Child is living with at least a parent/legal guardian who is a Singaporean/PR
2) Not receiving any free/subsidised tuition from other self-help groups or Non-profit organizations
3) Per Capita Income* of $690 or below, following MOE Financial Assistance Scheme (FAS) eligibility
(*per capita income is the total monthly household income ÷ household members)
Every Thursday, 7.30pm - 9.00pm