The Infant Nutrition Programme enables low-income families to afford essential items for their children's health and development. Beneficiaries receive cash vouchers to purchase nutrition products suitable for each stage of their children's development.Read More
NTUC First Campus partners with Food From the Heart (FFTH) to provide food ration to needy families through its School Goodie Bag Programme. Read More
NTUC First Campus sees every child as a special person, and provides birthday cakes to children from low-income families on their special days.
The programme provides opportunities for young children from low-income families to explore and enjoy various sports and arts programmes that they may otherwise not experience. These learning experiences provide an added boost of confidence, giving them the chance to express themselves creatively and discover their hidden talents.Read More
Caregiver Conversations aims to build
resilience in parents and equip them
with skills to manage anger, defiance and
aggression in children. This helps them to
better support their children's development.Read More
The Healthy Body, Healthy Mind (HBHM) series aims to share tips and strategies to
develop good eating habits in children and
help caregivers take care of their well-being. Fun interactive workouts are also included.Read More
The CapitaLand-Bright Horizons Fund Ready-for-School Programme aims to help children from low-income families be ready for primary school.Read More
This programme provides additional in-class support for N2 to K2 children with mild learning needs. Small group activities are conducted to reinforce effective learning in the classroom and prepare children for their upcoming primary school journey.
Read-to-REACH (RTR) is a small-group language and literacy intervention programme. K1 children who require additional English Language and Literacy support are taught letter recognition, phonological and phonemic awareness, sight vocabulary, book and print awareness and story comprehension.Read More