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CyberWellness

Our Cyberwellness programmes and activities aim to educate our students to be responsible and objective netizens when interacting in cyberspace. We also seek to educate our students on the dangers of cyberspace and highlight the negative effects of cyber-gaming and online bullying to our students.

nATIONAL cYBER wELLNESS aDVOCACY cHALLENGE (ncac) 2016


The Cyber Wellness Student Ambassadors of HPPS took part in this year’s NCAC. The theme for this year was ‘I Wish My Parents Knew…’. The pupils were to design resources for parents’ use with guidance from MOE officers and experts from the industry. 


The students were allocated social media as the key area of interest to work on. The social media app that they chose was WhatsApp.  They created Cyber Wellness content for WhatsApp in a span of two days. In addition, they worked the Advocacy Outreach Plan, in which they detailed how they intend to make use of the content and resources in the app to engage parents and other stakeholders to advocate positive and healthy Cyber Wellness practices in school and at home.



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cYBER WELLNESS STUDENT AMBASSADORS PROGRAMME (cwsap) 2016 CONFERENCE


The CWSAP 2016 Conference is a “by students, for students” conference on cyber wellness peer advocacy. The four student participants from HPPS who attended it were Joshi Om (4I), Samuel Goh (4F), Amandia Lim (4B) and Lim Xi Wen (4E). They were engaged in discussions on cyber wellness issues and were inspired by a showcase of student-led cyber wellness efforts.


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