SFE - CHIJ St Nicholas Girls

Introduction by School Counsellor
Ms. Tan Wei Wei
CHIJ St Nicholas Girls School, in partnership with
Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF),
presents Family Matters @ School.
With Family Matters @ School, parents are informed,
equipped and empowered to build stronger families.
They would then be in a better position to instil
positive values in their children and guide them to
develop positive mind-sets towards life.
Part 1: Family life education for parents
Workshops/ Talks/ Activities by Family Life Speakers
 Build self-esteem in your child
 Understand your child
 Discipline strategies
 Effective communication skills
 Model a good marriage and a healthy lifestyle
 Family bonding
 Money management
 Sexuality Education for parents
 Cyber Wellness Awareness for parents
 Exam stress and how parents can support children
Upcoming workshops
Common Sense Parenting
(Research-based programme)
 How to identify and address behaviours without
sacrificing the dignity of your child.
 How to identify positive and negative behaviours and
consequences meaningful to your child and how to
use these consequences with maximum benefit.
 How to maximise teaching to correct problem
behaviour or to prevent a problem.
 How to practise self-control and teach it to your child.
Upcoming workshops
Common Sense
Very enriching
experience for
myself and
methodologies are
very useful for
future situations.
Looking forward to
put into practice.
Common Sense
Strongly recommend that
couples attend together.
Very applicable and works
Common Sense Parenting
Presentation by speaker very
close to Asian context, very
applicable to current practical
Upcoming workshops
Common Sense
Pik Yee's sharing from her
experience has been very
useful. Her sharing of
exactly what I can say to
my children given a
situation helps me to
practice the skills and gain
confidence. Pik Yee's
suggestions are very
Common Sense
Pik Yee has been an
excellent and
knowledgeable trainer who
was able to provide
practical and positive
suggestions/ advice on our
questions. She kept the
class lively and made the 4
hour weekly session very
easy to go through.
Upcoming workshops
Common Sense Parenting
(Research-based programme)
Date: 6th, 13th, 20th April 2015 (Monday)
Time: 9am – 1pm (4 hours)
Date: 10th, 17th, 24th April 2015 (Friday)
Time: 9am – 1pm (4 hours)
*You need to attend all 3 sessions.
Upcoming workshops
Date: 17th and 24th April 2015 , 7pm – 9pm
1.Helping your child peak right for exams
2.Helping your child aspire and achieve
3.Crucial Conversation for Fathers
Date: 8th and 15th May 2015 , 7pm – 9pm
1. Understanding your child’s emotions: Overcoming
anxiety, stress and anger
2.How to raise a resilient child
3.Empowering your child to be a champion in life
Part Two: Informal Kopi Chats by our Parent Facilitators
Platform for informal private sharing of ideas and
practices for good parenting and family life practices
The Five Love Languages
Family Life Cycle
How Marriage Affect Parenting
Development of Children in the area of PIES
Psychological Development of Pre-Teens and
Parenting Skills
SNGS Parent Facilitators
MS May Teo
(Parent of P3 & S2 girls)
Mr Leonard K.
(Parent of P5 girl)
Upcoming Kopi Chats
Date: 2nd February 2015
Date: 12th January 2015
Time: 8am – 9.30am
Time: 8am – 9.30am
Venue: Sec AVA Room
Venue: Sec AVA Room
Topic: The Five Love
Topic: Parenting Styles
(Discover your parenting
styles, Parenting
Profiling, Importance of
(Discover your child’s
love language, identify
the need, Topping up the
love tank)
Contact us
Co-ordinator: Ms. Doreen Teo
Email: [email protected]
Contact: 8278 9679
Good family relationship requires
time and effort.