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FAMILY MATTERS @ SCHOOL (FMS)

FAMILY MATTERS @ SCHOOL (FMS)

Yu Neng has embarked on the Family Matters@School Programme sponsored by Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF). For more info on the programme, click here to access the official webpage.

Our Family Matters Coordinator is Mrs Tracy Chew. She will behere twice a week, on Mondays and Thursdays, from 9 am to 3 pm. Parents are welcome to consult her on the programmes that are run under Family Matters!.

Join us on the Yu Neng Family Matters @School Facebook Page.

Background

Because FAMILY matters.

Our family is the anchor in our lives, bringing us love, joy and warmth. Our family supports us, keeps us rooted and gives meaning to our existence. A happy family does not just happen. It takes effort and commitment.

FamilyMatters! empowers you with the resources, knowledge and skills to build a strong, happy family. We partner schools, workplaces and community partners to bring these resources closer to you at each life stage. We also work with businesses to create a family friendly environment for you and your family.

FamilyMatters@School equips parents and young adults with skills to nurture positive family relationships. We work closely with schools, parent support groups and parent volunteers so that parents can easily get access to family life programmes that help them better connect with their children. We also work with local universities that reach out to young adults, helping them improve their social and relationship skills.

Positive Parenting Programme (Triple P)
Partnering with the Ministry of Social and Family Development, Yu Neng is currently running the Positive Parenting Programme (Triple P). The Positive Parenting Programme (Triple P) is an evidence-based programme that equips parents with techniques to promote their children’s (aged up to 16 years) psychological, social and emotional competence. Triple P is built on a tiered system of five levels of intervention that differs depending on the type, intensity and frequency of parental support required.
 

For more information on Triple P, click here or view the Triple P Introductory slides 2017 / Triple P Introductory video.

 

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