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Student Well-Being


One of the department’s goals is to help or assist students with special needs via an established system of case management for each student with special needs. Teachers are given opportunities to go for awareness training for all major types of special needs. Teachers who are teaching and working with students with special needs are given further training to better support the children with special needs in their classes.

The department also looks into the social and emotional needs of our students to help them achieve a balance between studies and play. This branch of the department is known as the Pastoral Care arm.
Under the Educational Career Guidance (ECG) framework, focusing on career awareness, developing self-awareness in skills and interests and exploring educational pathways in Singapore are key emphasis.

Form Teacher Guidance Period (FTGP) is a part of our school’s Student Well-Being Department. The key emphases are to provide quality interaction time between form teachers and students, equip students with social and emotional competencies and building and strengthening Teacher-Student Relationships (TSR) to enhance teaching and learning experiences.

Life Skills is another important feature in the department. The key emphases for Life Skills are to impart necessary skills that enable students to deal effectively with the demands and challenges of everyday life, promote the health and well-being of students and have fun doing Life Skills in an engaging manner.