Development Support

NTUC First Campus rolls out socio-emotional modules for low-income children to equip them for primary school

Kalila and her family at her Kindergarten graduation ceremony When Kalila Binte Herman was in Nursery 2 two years ago, she faced challenges in language and literacy. She had difficulties recognising letters and their sounds, struggled to write, and needed…

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NTUC First Campus’s Senior Occupational Therapist advocates early recognition and support for children with Sensory Processing Disorder

In an article on CNA Online, Evelyn Chan, a Senior Occupational Therapist at NTUC First Campus‘s (NFC) Child Support Services Department, shed light on the often misunderstood Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) in children. Emphasising the importance of early recognition and intervention, Evelyn also highlighted the challenges parents…

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NTUC First Campus’s Bright Horizons Fund broadens the horizons of children from disadvantaged backgrounds through educational experiences 

Bright Horizons Fund’s Chairman and Senior Minister of State for Defence Mr Heng Chee How (front centre, in green) poses with beneficiaries at a FAST event held at the Singapore Discovery Centre on 5 August 2023. On Saturday (5 Aug),…

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NTUC First Campus supports preschoolers’s socio-emotional development through classroom programmes and modules

At NTUC First Campus (NFC), we support children every step of the way, including helping them make the leap to primary school. While the Covid-19 pandemic and its preventive measures have limited children’s social interactions and thus negatively affected the…

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NTUC First Campus boosts inclusivity with new in-class Development Support Specialist programme for preschool children with developmental needs 

Ms Sun Xueling, Minister of State, Ministry of Home Affairs & Ministry of Social and Family Development (in the middle), engages 4-year-old Evelyn Lai (far left, first row) in an activity sorting colours, alongside Ms Vishaalini Vasanthanathan, Development Support Specialist,…

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My First Skool Supports Diverse Developmental Needs through the Inclusive Support Programme (InSP)

Ms Rachel Lim, Early Interventionist at NTUC First Campus’ Child Support Services department (centre), is engaging two children in an activity at My First Skool at Block 406 Woodlands. Two My First Skool pre-school centres have rolled out the Inclusive…

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The Inclusive Support Programme at My First Skool benefit children with developmental needs through providing support to integrate them into the classrooms

Corrine Elizabeth Peters, Early Interventionist at My First Skool at Block 248 Kim Keat Link, is engaging two children in an educational activity. Lianhe Zaobao published a feature story on the benefits of the Inclusive Support Programme (InSP) at participating pre-school…

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Largest NTUC’s My First Skool and AWWA Early Intervention Centre officially open in Fernvale

KidsSTOP™ signs three-year-long Memorandum of Understanding with My First Skool to offer STEM-based learning resources and programmes to children and teachers. AWWA continues to focus on young children with developmental needs through early intervention. NTUC’s My First Skool (MFS) at…

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