about calvary community care

ACE CHR RHD2 18 Jul 2013


About ACE

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Graduation ceremony and certificates presentation by Mr Dennis Yew, ACE Lead in 2013.

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Our youth volunteer @ Bendemeer Sec Sch

Workplace visit to SPH

Workplace visit to Singapore Press Holdings by Bendeemer Secondary School ACE (R) Programme

Visit to House of Commons by East View Secondary ACE (R) Programme

Visit to House of Commons by East View Secondary ACE (R) Programme

Workplace visit

Workplace visit to Evorich Pte Ltd. Sharing by Mr Dennis Teo, Group MD

Adventure learning

Adventure learning by our East View Secondary School youth and their mentor, Ms Diana Kam

The C3 ACE (Resilience) programme seeks to develop in students:
  • Aspirations to greater heights in their personal development and capabilities
  • Confidence in themselves
  • A desire for character and academic Excellence
ACE (Resilience) is an enhancement programme focusing on life skills and character building for neighbourhood schools. ACE programme is held in Bendemeer Secondary School, East View Secondary School, Holy Innocents High School, North View Secondary School and Siglap Secondary School.

Purpose of Programme

The purpose of the programme will be:
  1. Opening their horizons to the possibilities for their future and thus helping students to have healthy aspirations.
  2. Developing their confidence and ability in the area of spoken English.
  3. Developing their character and value system to put them in a good stead for academic achievements and also their future.
  4. Motivating them to work diligently in the studies to achieve good results

Methodology

Small Group interaction time. The ACE session are typically 15 – 20 minutes lecture and then followed by activity and interaction time for application learning. It is different from the school classroom approach and students will find the session very interactive.

Create an atmosphere. Good atmosphere to sustain the interest of the students after a day-long of studying in their respective classrooms.

It is Personal. Curriculum Modules typically have a closing session that focuses on interacting with students concerning their personal application of the lessons learnt. This interaction presents opportunity for facilitator to show care and interest in the students’ lives.

In Short

 

  • Small Group Interaction
  • Activity learning
  • Focus on engagement rather than finishing the syllabus
  • Writing
  • Tailored-fit

Desired Outcomes

 

  1. Students having healthy aspirations toward their future.
  2. Students having acquired good life values and built good character.
  3. Students having acquired life skills that will empower them to do well and succeed in life.
  4. Students becoming confident communicators.

 

Testimonies

The facilitators have contributed to this after school students engagement program.

  1. They have maintained a good relationship with the school personnel. They are approachable, helpful and open to feedbacks/suggestions. They related well with the students.
  2. They  friendly and firm. They delivered the lessons/activities well and earns the respect of the staff and students.
  3. Calvary Community Care have good network with other VWOs/ agencies and hence have brought them in to conduct Financial literacy lesson I will like to commend on such team collaboration that added value to the program delivered to our students.

Miss Amy Phang

HOD, North View Secondary School

I should thank you and all your other volunteers (youth-mentors from Hwa Chong

Junior College; National Junior College and Temasek Polytechnic) for the support rendered in 'growing' and developing my students in Seng Kang Secondary School. As mentioned, it was rather difficult to ensure that the mentors' availability as well as timing is in perfect match with the secondary school term. However, we did make things happen and the student mentees in my school benefitted from it though it was a short stint only....

After the short after action review (AAR) with you on the ACE programme, I must commend you and your organisation, Calvary Community Care (C3) for a job well done throughout the entire Semester 2 in 2014.

In fact, all of you have shown much dedication, commitment and drive in ensuring that the programme ran smoothly on a weekly basis. Thank you very much for your punctuality and professionalism in making sure that the sessions started and ended promptly. Kudos to all of you!

Ms Julia Goh,

FTSC, Seng Kang Secondary School

 

I wish to volunteer with ACE

 ace Graduation ceremony and certificates presentation by Mr Dennis Yew, ACE Lead in 2013.  Our youth volunteer @ Bendemeer Sec Sch  Our youth volunteer @ Bendemeer Sec Sch    Workplace visit to Singapore Press Holdings by Bendeemer Secondary School ACE (R) Programme  11703472 455540021288772 9194665065064765926 o  Visit to House of Commons by East View Secondary ACE (R) Programme  Workplace visit to Evorich Pte Ltd. Sharing by Mr Dennis Teo, Group MD    Adventure learning by our East View Secondary School youth and their mentor, Ms Diana Kam  The C3 ACE (Resilience) programme seeks to develop in students: Aspirations to greater heights in their personal development and capabilities Confidence in themselves A desire for character and academic Excellence ACE (Resilience) is an enhancement programme focusing on life skills and character building for neighbourhood schools. ACE programme is held in Bendemeer Secondary School, East View Secondary School, Holy Innocents High School, North View Secondary School and Siglap Secondary School. Purpose of Programme  The purpose of the programme will be: Opening their horizons to the possibilities for their future and thus helping students to have healthy aspirations. Developing their confidence and ability in the area of spoken English. Developing their character and value system to put them in a good stead for academic achievements and also their future. Motivating them to work diligently in the studies to achieve good results Methodology  Small Group interaction time. The ACE session are typically 15 – 20 minutes lecture and then followed by activity and interaction time for application learning. It is different from the school classroom approach and students will find the session very interactive.  Create an atmosphere. Good atmosphere to sustain the interest of the students after a day-long of studying in their respective classrooms.  It is Personal. Curriculum Modules typically have a closing session that focuses on interacting with students concerning their personal application of the lessons learnt. This interaction presents opportunity for facilitator to show care and interest in the students’ lives.  In Short    Small Group Interaction Activity learning Focus on engagement rather than finishing the syllabus Writing Tailored-fit Desired Outcomes    Students having healthy aspirations toward their future. Students having acquired good life values and built good character. Students having acquired life skills that will empower them to do well and succeed in life. Students becoming confident communicators.    Testimonies  The facilitators have contributed to this after school students engagement program.  They have maintained a good relationship with the school personnel. They are approachable, helpful and open to feedbacks/suggestions. They related well with the students. They  friendly and firm. They delivered the lessons/activities well and earns the respect of the staff and students. Calvary Community Care have good network with other VWOs/ agencies and hence have brought them in to conduct Financial literacy lesson I will like to commend on such team collaboration that added value to the program delivered to our students. Miss Amy Phang  HOD, North View Secondary School  I should thank you and all your other volunteers (youth-mentors from Hwa Chong  Junior College; National Junior College and Temasek Polytechnic) for the support rendered in 'growing' and developing my students in Seng Kang Secondary School. As mentioned, it was rather difficult to ensure that the mentors' availability as well as timing is in perfect match with the secondary school term. However, we did make things happen and the student mentees in my school benefitted from it though it was a short stint only....  After the short after action review (AAR) with you on the ACE programme, I must commend you and your organisation, Calvary Community Care (C3) for a job well done throughout the entire Semester 2 in 2014.  In fact, all of you have shown much dedication, commitment and drive in ensuring that the programme ran smoothly on a weekly basis. Thank you very much for your punctuality and professionalism in making sure that the sessions started and ended promptly. Kudos to all of you!  Ms Julia Goh,  FTSC, Seng Kang Secondary School    PACE@PPCC. Youth and SJI (Senior School) volunteers interacting through games and sports etc.

PACE@PPCC. Youth and SJI (Senior School) volunteers interacting through games and sports etc.

Overnight Cycling 2015

 Cycling@ECP with our PACE Youth during the March holidays (2015)

 Day cycling @ ECP with PACE youth

 Day cycling @ ECP with PACE youth

 ace Graduation ceremony and certificates presentation by Mr Dennis Yew, ACE Lead in 2013.  Our youth volunteer @ Bendemeer Sec Sch  Our youth volunteer @ Bendemeer Sec Sch    Workplace visit to Singapore Press Holdings by Bendeemer Secondary School ACE (R) Programme  11703472 455540021288772 9194665065064765926 o  Visit to House of Commons by East View Secondary ACE (R) Programme  Workplace visit to Evorich Pte Ltd. Sharing by Mr Dennis Teo, Group MD    Adventure learning by our East View Secondary School youth and their mentor, Ms Diana Kam  The C3 ACE (Resilience) programme seeks to develop in students: Aspirations to greater heights in their personal development and capabilities Confidence in themselves A desire for character and academic Excellence ACE (Resilience) is an enhancement programme focusing on life skills and character building for neighbourhood schools. ACE programme is held in Bendemeer Secondary School, East View Secondary School, Holy Innocents High School, North View Secondary School and Siglap Secondary School. Purpose of Programme  The purpose of the programme will be: Opening their horizons to the possibilities for their future and thus helping students to have healthy aspirations. Developing their confidence and ability in the area of spoken English. Developing their character and value system to put them in a good stead for academic achievements and also their future. Motivating them to work diligently in the studies to achieve good results Methodology  Small Group interaction time. The ACE session are typically 15 – 20 minutes lecture and then followed by activity and interaction time for application learning. It is different from the school classroom approach and students will find the session very interactive.  Create an atmosphere. Good atmosphere to sustain the interest of the students after a day-long of studying in their respective classrooms.  It is Personal. Curriculum Modules typically have a closing session that focuses on interacting with students concerning their personal application of the lessons learnt. This interaction presents opportunity for facilitator to show care and interest in the students’ lives.  In Short    Small Group Interaction Activity learning Focus on engagement rather than finishing the syllabus Writing Tailored-fit Desired Outcomes    Students having healthy aspirations toward their future. Students having acquired good life values and built good character. Students having acquired life skills that will empower them to do well and succeed in life. Students becoming confident communicators.    Testimonies  The facilitators have contributed to this after school students engagement program.  They have maintained a good relationship with the school personnel. They are approachable, helpful and open to feedbacks/suggestions. They related well with the students. They  friendly and firm. They delivered the lessons/activities well and earns the respect of the staff and students. Calvary Community Care have good network with other VWOs/ agencies and hence have brought them in to conduct Financial literacy lesson I will like to commend on such team collaboration that added value to the program delivered to our students. Miss Amy Phang  HOD, North View Secondary School  I should thank you and all your other volunteers (youth-mentors from Hwa Chong  Junior College; National Junior College and Temasek Polytechnic) for the support rendered in 'growing' and developing my students in Seng Kang Secondary School. As mentioned, it was rather difficult to ensure that the mentors' availability as well as timing is in perfect match with the secondary school term. However, we did make things happen and the student mentees in my school benefitted from it though it was a short stint only....  After the short after action review (AAR) with you on the ACE programme, I must commend you and your organisation, Calvary Community Care (C3) for a job well done throughout the entire Semester 2 in 2014.  In fact, all of you have shown much dedication, commitment and drive in ensuring that the programme ran smoothly on a weekly basis. Thank you very much for your punctuality and professionalism in making sure that the sessions started and ended promptly. Kudos to all of you!  Ms Julia Goh,  FTSC, Seng Kang Secondary School   ace Graduation ceremony and certificates presentation by Mr Dennis Yew, ACE Lead in 2013.  Our youth volunteer @ Bendemeer Sec Sch  Our youth volunteer @ Bendemeer Sec Sch    Workplace visit to Singapore Press Holdings by Bendeemer Secondary School ACE (R) Programme  11703472 455540021288772 9194665065064765926 o  Visit to House of Commons by East View Secondary ACE (R) Programme  Workplace visit to Evorich Pte Ltd. Sharing by Mr Dennis Teo, Group MD    Adventure learning by our East View Secondary School youth and their mentor, Ms Diana Kam  The C3 ACE (Resilience) programme seeks to develop in students: Aspirations to greater heights in their personal development and capabilities Confidence in themselves A desire for character and academic Excellence ACE (Resilience) is an enhancement programme focusing on life skills and character building for neighbourhood schools. ACE programme is held in Bendemeer Secondary School, East View Secondary School, Holy Innocents High School, North View Secondary School and Siglap Secondary School. Purpose of Programme  The purpose of the programme will be: Opening their horizons to the possibilities for their future and thus helping students to have healthy aspirations. Developing their confidence and ability in the area of spoken English. Developing their character and value system to put them in a good stead for academic achievements and also their future. Motivating them to work diligently in the studies to achieve good results Methodology  Small Group interaction time. The ACE session are typically 15 – 20 minutes lecture and then followed by activity and interaction time for application learning. It is different from the school classroom approach and students will find the session very interactive.  Create an atmosphere. Good atmosphere to sustain the interest of the students after a day-long of studying in their respective classrooms.  It is Personal. Curriculum Modules typically have a closing session that focuses on interacting with students concerning their personal application of the lessons learnt. This interaction presents opportunity for facilitator to show care and interest in the students’ lives.  In Short    Small Group Interaction Activity learning Focus on engagement rather than finishing the syllabus Writing Tailored-fit Desired Outcomes    Students having healthy aspirations toward their future. Students having acquired good life values and built good character. Students having acquired life skills that will empower them to do well and succeed in life. Students becoming confident communicators.    Testimonies  The facilitators have contributed to this after school students engagement program.  They have maintained a good relationship with the school personnel. They are approachable, helpful and open to feedbacks/suggestions. They related well with the students. They  friendly and firm. They delivered the lessons/activities well and earns the respect of the staff and students. Calvary Community Care have good network with other VWOs/ agencies and hence have brought them in to conduct Financial literacy lesson I will like to commend on such team collaboration that added value to the program delivered to our students. Miss Amy Phang  HOD, North View Secondary School  I should thank you and all your other volunteers (youth-mentors from Hwa Chong  Junior College; National Junior College and Temasek Polytechnic) for the support rendered in 'growing' and developing my students in Seng Kang Secondary School. As mentioned, it was rather difficult to ensure that the mentors' availability as well as timing is in perfect match with the secondary school term. However, we did make things happen and the student mentees in my school benefitted from it though it was a short stint only....  After the short after action review (AAR) with you on the ACE programme, I must commend you and your organisation, Calvary Community Care (C3) for a job well done throughout the entire Semester 2 in 2014.  In fact, all of you have shown much dedication, commitment and drive in ensuring that the programme ran smoothly on a weekly basis. Thank you very much for your punctuality and professionalism in making sure that the sessions started and ended promptly. Kudos to all of you!  Ms Julia Goh,  FTSC, Seng Kang Secondary School    PACE@PPCC. Youth and SJI (Senior School) volunteers interacting through games and sports etc.  PACE@PPCC. Youth and SJI (Senior School) volunteers interacting through games and sports etc.  Overnight Cycling 2015   Cycling@ECP with our PACE Youth during the March holidays (2015)  Day cycling @ ECP with PACE youth   Day cycling @ ECP with PACE youth  Youth challenging themselves to build confidence through   Youth learnt to build confidence through "high rope elemetn" at Camp Challenge.

Youth learnt to build confidence through "high rope element" at Camp Challenge.

About PACE/ MACE

PACE and MACE are our after-school Youth Activity Centres at various Community Clubs or within the school, supported by the People's Association and MOE schools. Our staff and dedicated team of volunteers organise activities that are useful, relevant and engaging to the youths, such as game corners, sports clinics and academic coaching. They also provide positive role modeling and mentoring for the youths. In PACE/ MACE, we hope to
  1. promote social interaction and participation in activities after school in a safe and comfortable environment
  2. provide avenues for youths to seek assistance and counselling
  3. develop youths' character and social-emotional competencies
  4. promote a greater sense of community connectedness and belonging
  5. provide platforms and opportunities for youths to take ownership and develop leadership qualities, communication and social skills through their involvement in the planning and execution of the centres' programmes and activities.

Youth are welcome to use our PACE@Potong Pasir Community Centre every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm Looking for a place to learn Badminton?  Come join us at PACE@PPCC, every Monday and Wednesday, 3.00pm to 5.00pm.  Fees apply.

 

I wish to volunteer with PACE / MACE

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