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Pupil Well-Being Department

Pupil Well-Being Department

Department Vision:  Vibrant Learners who are socially, emotionally and mentally rooted in good values.

Department Mission:  To promote a school-wide, social, emotional and mental well-being of all students through a culture of care.

Established in 1984, the Tinkle Friend Helpline aims to serve primary-school-aged children who are in distress especially when their parents or guardians are unavailable for them.

Assembly Programme : How to Make Friends and Manage Conflicts

  • Simple definition of a friend
  • Choosing your friends
  • Tips for making friends
  • How to build strong friendships through respect and tactful communication skills
  • Bad habits that prevents you from being a good friend
  • Tips on managing conflict
  • Brief introduction to Tinkle Friend Helpline and Chatline

It is a confidential toll-free helpline and online chat service. The helpline operates on weekdays from 9.30am to 11.30am and 2.30pm to 5.00pm. The online chat service operates on weekdays from 2.30 to 5.30 pm and from 6.30 to 8.30 pm on Wednesday evenings. The online chat service is accessible via a website which provides articles and resources to support children’s social and emotional development, as well as provide them with fun activities for entertainment.

Colours of the Mind Roadshow

A programme designed to equip students with coping skills and decision making, identify emotions and maintain strong relationships.

A interactive roadshow in school for a duration of 1 – 3 days aimed at students aged 6 – 12 and stakeholders. The topics covered are:

Positive Functioning
“I can solve problems and value myself”
3 simple steps to problem solving

Social Intelligence
“I get along with family and friends”
Identifying and expressing emotions

Emotional Intelligence
“I know my feelings”
Tablet game: Maintaining good relationships

Tinkle Friend – STAR Factor Assembly Talk
The 30 min interactive assembly skit equips Primary 3 – 6  students with knowledge and skills to manage stress and concurrently provides an avenue of stress relief through humour, entertainment and participation.

Stress is not always bad
Take care of oneself
Arrange your study plan
Reach out for a friend

Health Promotion Board

Tinkle Friend

Colours of the Mind

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