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Family Matters @ School

 Ai Tong school is partnering MSF (Ministry of Social and Family Development) to promote Family Matters @ School to equip parents with skills and knowledge to enrich and strengthen their family life; and foster better parent-child understanding and relationship.

 

We plan a wide series of programmes ranging from parenting talks and workshops, to parent-child bonding activities and social events. All activities are complimentary - no registration and participation fees. Look out for our notification and update of programme highlights on Parents Portal. If you would like to receive email notifications of upcoming programme, you could email our Family Matters @ School Co-ordinator at her emailaddress: sfeaitongprisch@gmail.com

 

To support parents in building a healthy relationship with their child, Ai Tong School is offering Triple Parenting Programme and signposts. These programmes are proven in improving children's behaviour and reducing parenting stress. Please click on  Triple P_Intro slides.pdf and  Signposts_Intro slides.pdf for more information. You could also visit this website: https://www.msf.gov.sg/media-room/Pages/Factsheet-on-Positive-Parenting-Programme-(Triple-P)-Pilot.aspx for more information of Triple P programme.

 

You can read more information on Family Matters @ School by clicking on this updated Family Matters @ School website: 



Activities

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Useful Information for Parents


1.       Gratitude is more than a feeling – it is something we can practise, and there are many benefits from practising it. Find out about the benefits in this short clip. 


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7nXF0d-Xp_M


2.       Are values taught or caught? For more information, please visit:   

https://www.schoolbag.sg/story/are-values-taught-or-caught


3.       Is praising children a good idea? How do we praise them? And how much should we do so? Are there better ways to praise children? For more information, visit:  


https://www.schoolbag.sg/story/praise-your-child-do-it-right-do-it-well   


4.       Quality time with our families is important. Five things parents can do to practise gratitude and model gratitude for their children. For more information, click here


 5.       Raising confident children is not easy. How do parents provide appropriate guidance and support? For more information, click here 

Articles for Reading


Children and the internet. Keeping our kids safe..pdf (uploaded on 15 Mar 2013/ updated on 8 Jan 2016)

 

Safety Tips on Cyber Bullying.pdf   ( uploaded on 15 Mar 2013/ updated on 8 Jan 2016)

 

 

Unwanted Contact.Cyber bullying and online predators.pdf   ( uploaded on 15 Mar 2013/ updated on 8 Jan 2016)

 

 

Boost Your Parenting Happiness.pdf  ( uploaded on 5 Feb 2013/ updated on 8 Jan 2016)

 

Healthy Habits for TV, videogames and the internet.pdf( uploaded on 13 Feb 2012/ updated on 8 Jan 2016)

 

How Can I Raise a Moral Child.pdf( uploaded on 13 Feb 2012/updated on 8 Jan 2016)

 

Cyberwellness For Parents.pdf( uploaded on 19 Feb 2012/updated on 19 Jan 2016)

 

Communicating with your Children: How do I talk to my kids about the birds and the bees? Click on this link for information:   https://fla-ezine.com/2012/03/communicating-with-your-children/   ( uploaded on 8 April 2012/updated on 8 Jan 2016)


Acknowledging Feelings.pdf( uploaded on 10 May 2012/ updated on 8 Jan 2016)

  

Books for Reading


A guide to family life education in singapore.pdf(uploaded on 10 May 2012/ updated on 3 Jan 2016)

 

EssentialParentingTipsChinese.pdf(uploaded on 10 May 2012/ updated on 3 Jan 2016)

 

EssentialParentingTipsEnglish.pdf(uploaded on 10 May 2012/ updated on 3 Jan 2016)