DEVELOPING A CHILD’S POTENTIAL
We care for children in the community, especially those from disadvantaged families. We guide their social and emotional development by providing these programmes:
Lakeside Student Care provides a safe and nurturing environment for children after school and during school holidays. Dedicated teachers supervise their homework and care for their developmental needs. A comprehensive schedule is put together to ensure our children are meaningfully engaged every day.
Every school holiday, exciting programmes are lined up to ensure our children are meaningfully engaged within and beyond our Centres. With the continuous support from our sponsors, partners and volunteers from schools, corporations and individuals, our children look forward to every masterclass, visit and discovery tour, where knowledge comes to life.
The highlight of the year is the Overnight Camp, where our Upper Primary children gather for a 4 days 3 nights camp at a chalet. Their independence will be put to the test as they serve one another and forge closer ties through games, activities and workshops.
Lakeside’s Educational and Psychological Services engage children aged 4 to 10 years old to learn age-appropriate reading skills. We provide reading and behavioural assessments to help children with learning difficulties and behavioural challenges. Children with special needs will be referred to NUS trainee psychologists for further assessment and intervention.
I Can Read programme helps underprivileged children aged 6 to 8 learn phonics, read and love stories. Craft activities and outings (twice a year) are organised to make stories come alive.
StoryTime programme uses stories to teach values to pre-schoolers aged 5 and 6. The weekly session exposes children to storytelling and encourages them to express their feelings and enjoyment of the story through drawing.
Toddler Playroom engages children aged 30 to 36 months old by learning and playing in an active manner. It creates a conducive environment for young ones to socialise and encourages peer learning.
Buddy Reading reaches out to selected low-income children who are unable to read at required grade level. The child will be engaged on a one-to-one reading to monitor his or her reading ability.
Lakeside’s Creative Arts Programme develops children’s artistic talents and interests through guitar, ukulele, violin, dance, and drama classes. The annual Steps and Sounds concert is a highly anticipated event for parents, children and teachers as we celebrate the fruits of their labour.
Lakeside’s Holiday Programme brings underprivileged children and families together for meaningful outings and activities during the school holidays.
|Children Day Camp |
(1 Day / 3 Days)
|7 – 10 years old||Mar / Jun / Sep / Dec||Inculcate values|
|Pre-teens Camp (3D2N)||11 – 14 years old||Jun / Dec||Engage pre-teens, and build relationships and equip them with life skills|
|Pre-teens Workshop||11 – 14 years old||Once A Month||Mentor teenagers and equip them with skills to be volunteers within the community.|
Lakeside collaborates with primary schools to conduct programmes to meet the needs of children. Our team of reading specialists help children to enhance their reading abilities and socio-emotional skills.