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Modular Maths Programmes

Intensive Maths Programmes

The Intensive Maths Programmes target specific problem areas for students sitting for their landmark examinations. They will reinforce fundamental concepts and strategies on dealing with difficult Mathematical problems. These programmes aim to improve the academic performance of Singaporean / Permanent Resident Indian students through intensive revision. For 2015, SINDA will be conducting 4 modular programmes: … Continue Reading


Secondary 1 Starters

Calling all students entering Secondary 1 next year and their parents too! Join us at the “Secondary 1 Starters” programme on 15 Nov at Jurong Birdpark from 9am to 3pm! Parents – come and discover how you can understand your teenage child better and how you can support them! Students – take home tip on … Continue Reading

emcee workshop

Emcee Workshop

Always had stage fear? Does speaking before a large crowd scare you? Then it’s time you shed your fears and train to become an awesome speaker! Join SINDA’s Emcee Workshop this October and become a more confident people’s person! Get inspired by experienced trainers from the industry! Call 9062 2402 or 1800 295 4554 for … Continue Reading


Family Violence

Did you know that family violence is increasing in Singapore? Yet, the problem is often overlooked. No one should live in fear of the person they love. Everyone deserves a home that is safe and free from violence. If you or someone you know is experiencing family violence- whether it’s a wife, husband, an elderly … Continue Reading


Minister Heng Swee Keat encouraged by SINDA’s efforts

Minister Heng Swee Keat, Minister for Education, spoke to the media at Woodlands Ring Secondary STEP Centre on 1st April 2014.  How can Indian parents play a bigger role in their child’s education? Parents play a very critical role and the most important role they can play is to encourage their children to keep trying. That … Continue Reading


Family Violence

Did you know that family violence is pervasive within the Indian community in Singapore? Family violence is a social issue and based on SINDA Family Service Centre’s work with Indian beneficiaries, it seems to be prevalent and increasing within the Indian community. It is important that everyone knows of the damaging effects of family violence. … Continue Reading

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SINDA’s first Preschool Festival

Calling all parents and their little ones! Head down to the Singapore Flyer on 13 July and join us at SINDA’s first Preschool Festival! Discover how preschool provides the right foundation to build active minds and nurture curious and confident learners! What awaits you at the Singapore Flyer? Meet the cast of Mat Yoyo and Vasantham … Continue Reading