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
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
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
Calling all Pri 4 and Pri 5 students! Get ready to have heaps of fun at SINDA’s 3 days/2 nights “Jumanji Camp”! Join us at the MOE Dairy Farm Adventure Centre from 21st to 23rd June, where exciting activities like campfire, leadership games and fun Maths activities await you! Hurry and sign up now at … Continue Reading
Children can look forward to a 3 hour fun-filled activity. Come and learn all about Dinosaurs. Attractive goodie bags and refreshments will be provided. Inviting all families with young children 3-6 years of age!
The Marvelous Adventures of Captain Discovery, a 1-day Science workshop for Pri 5 students, took place on 5 September. 47 students benefitted from this workshop which provided students with hands-on experience to stimulate their curiosity about their natural environment. Students got the chance to visit Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve as part of this workshop. Participant … Continue Reading
The SINDA Junior Challenge was held on 3rd September 2012 at SINDA, and jointly conducted by SINDA’s Children Division and Content and Resource Unit. 110 students from 11 STEP Centres participated with enthusiasm and determination to win the challenge. While the lower primary students were involved in the Spelling Bee, the P3s and P4s were … Continue Reading