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SEL Programme


Programme Details

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. 

Eligibility Criteria

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



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