We are looking for an organisation to take over this highly profitable, Singapore biggest student care network. After 6 long years of hard work, the organisation has made its mark with thousands of students all over Singapore. With a fluid work system and seamless coordination of more than 100 mentors and caretakers, the organisation will be able to tap onto more than 140 primary schools island wide. With the rapid growth in the demand for student care and the initiatives by the authorities, the long waiting list for is a constant problem. The organisation has to constantly conduct balloting exercise to ensure fair practice for student enrolment.
What is a Student Care Centre
Student Care Centre (SCC) provides care and supervision to school-going children aged 7 years (Primary 1) to 14 years (Secondary 2). SCC provides a conducive environment for the children’s holistic development in various dimensions – physical, intellectual, emotional, social and moral development, as well as a place to rest after school hours.
Student Care Centres provide a continuum of care for children as they enter primary school, and support working parents in the care arrangements for their school-going children.
Student care programme includes supervision of children’s homework, organised play, enrichment and recreational activities. Some centres organise excursion trips and camps for children during school holidays.
Student care centres in schools
In early 2008, then-Minister for Community Development, Youth and Sports announced that MCYS (now known as Ministry for Social and Family Development) would work with the Education Ministry to increase the number of school-based SCCs.
School-based SCCs provide an important form of care service to school-going children outside school hours in a familiar and safe environment. School-based centre also strengthens care provision and supervision as the children go directly from their classrooms to the SCC within the school, reducing students’ absenteeism and chances of being sidetracked while transiting between school and SCC located outside school premises.
In a way, the children from ‘high risk’ families will be kept away from negative influences and less likely to become school dropouts.
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