Adolescent Development in Education
(Ages 9 to 16)
Youth Services / Adolescent Development in Education
Youths aged 9 to 16 spend a majority of their time in school. It is not just a place of study, but also socialisation, self-development and identify formation. Common challenges faced by them may include multiple stressors limiting their coping capabilities, and lack of resources for positive development and opportunities to build essential skills.
By collaborating with schools, parents and community partners, we deliver customised preventive programmes and school partnerships on an as-needed basis to equip students with the resources to fulfil their educational goals. We aim to
Advocate for youths within the education system
Identify students with risk factors and assist before onset of risky behaviors
Provide targeted intervention for students where necessary
Short to medium-term programmes
We help develop life skills and strengthen coping capabilities among youth through our programmes.
Long-term school partnerships
An intervention programme that uses a creative medium to encourage self-expression in reconciling and to equip youths with skills to manage stressors in their personal development.
A 4-year adolescent development programme that focuses on developing the executive function skills of youths in preparation for adulthood.
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More youth services
Engaging Adolescents on the Fringes (Ages 12 to 19)
Performing various forms of strategic outreach and mentoring youths who drop out of school
Transforming Young Offenders (Ages 13 to 17)
Assisting youths through rehabilitative programmes and to be active contributors in the community