Work Plan Seminar 2015


Bringing Out The Best In Our Children, Together

Every Parent A Supportive Partner

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Towards Student-Centric, Values-Driven Education

Since 2011, we have focused on developing a student-centric, values-driven education with a specific focus on schools, students and teachers each year. "Every parent a supportive partner" is the final piece of the 4 'Everys'. This year's theme emphasises the importance of partnerships between schools and parents in bringing out the best in every child, and also the key role of the community in supporting our childrenon diverse pathways towards success.

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Speech

Keynote Address by Minister Heng Swee Keat

Press Releases

Schools, Parents and the Community to Partner in Bringing Out the Best in Every Student

Videos


Building Up A Student-Centric, Values-Driven Education
2011 - 2015 : Building Up A Student-Centric, Values-Driven Education

WPS speech - Every Parent A Supportive Partner
Every Parent A Supportive Partner

Multiple Pathways, Meaningful Pathfinders
Multiple Pathways, Meaningful Pathfinders

MOE Engagement Session with Educators and Public
MOE Engagement Session with Educators and Public

It takes a neighbourhood to raise a child
It takes a neighbourhood to raise a child

Every Parent a Supportive Partner
Every Parent a Supportive Partner

Community Partnerships
Community Partnerships

Pathfinders
Pathfinders

I Want To Be...
I Want To Be...

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