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Family Matters @ School

Empowering Families through Family Matters@School

Family Matters

FamilyMatters! is an initiative by Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF). It empowers you with the resources, knowledge and skills to build a strong, happy family. FamilyMatters@School equips parents and young adults with skills to nurture positive family relationships. The school supports this initiative by organising family life programmes that will help you better connect with your children.

Parenting Workshops
Workshop 1: Thrills and Spills of Social Media
Workshop 1.jpgParents gained a better understanding of youths’ mobile habits, some of the mobile technology concerns and also understand how to connect with their children more effectively in this digital age. Practical tips, rules and guidelines to managing the child’s mobile usage were also shared that day.

Workshop 2: Connect & Engage Your Children/Teens (Keep Calm! Talk without fighting)
workshop 2.jpgParents during the workshop discovered common pitfalls that they made in their communication with their children. They also learned effective ways of communicating with their children during breakout sessions

Positive Parenting Programe (Triple P) for P3 & 4 Parents

Seminar 1: The power of positive parenting
seminar 1.jpgSharing time by parents

Seminar 2: Raising Confident, Competent Children
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Generally, parents learned many valuable positive parenting tips not only from the various speakers but also from one another. They enjoyed the learning and thanked the school for arranging such workshops for parents.

Upcoming Parenting Workshops in Semester 2
(Disclaimer: Talks may be cancelled or dates may be changed at short notice due to unforeseen circumstances)

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For NVPS parents only
If you are keen to attend the above workshops and have yet to register for it, please contact our Family Matters @ School Coordinator, Mr Matthew Lee, at matt.extraordinaire@gmail.com , or at 88381136 (by text only).