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Dads@School Forum 2018

Into its third year, the Dads@School Forum at Queensway Secondary School on 7 April 2018, was filled with 200 fathers, father support group leaders, parent support group leaders, and educators from over 70 schools. To encourage the continuity of their involvement in father support groups from primary to secondary school, this year’s theme was: “Who’s […]

Rite of Passage@Queenstown Secondary School

Centre for Fathering (CFF-DFL) conducted a Rite of Passage programme for Queenstown Secondary School’s students and their dads on 27 January 2018. A pilot programme, Rite of Passage consists of engaging interactive activities culminating in a ceremony for the fathers to ‘release’ their teens to become young adults –with the assurance that they will continue […]

Shared Parenting Talk at Schroders

CFF – DFL conducted a Shared Parenting Lunchtime Talk at global investment house, Schroders, on 25 October 2017, as part of its Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) Month. Participants gathered to glean insights from Trainer/Co-founder of CFF, Mr Edwin Choy, to address challenges faced by contemporary families. These include competing priorities; the need to juggle schedules; […]

Serving with Joy alongside fathers@QtPSG

Teacher-in-charge of fathers@QtPSG (fathers@Queenstown Parent Support Group), Mr Tan Cheow Seng (left), relates to us the joy of working with dads at Queenstown Primary School (QtPS) to promote father-child bonding. fathers@QtPSG also known as “Fathers’ Club” is led by an organising committee that constantly comes up with new programmes and activity ideas. At Queenstown Primary School, I have been much […]

fathers@QtPSG

A core group of 11 from fathers@QtPSG (fathers@Queenstown Parent Support Group) catch up at a coffee shop once a month to plan activities for the school’s children and their dads. Hear their stories of how they have developed deeper relationships with their children and dedicated themselves to nurturing strong and enduring bonds. At Queenstown Primary […]

Parenting Seminar cum Book Launch

Almost 200 parents were in attendance at the Crowne Plaza Changi Airport for a parenting seminar and book launch organised jointly between the Association of Muslim Professionals (AMP) and Centre For Fathering Singapore (CFF). “The foundation of a strong family, and consequently, resilient children, is a strong marriage,” Dr Faishal declared, as he outlined the […]

Dads@Schools Forum 2017

By Centre for Fathering’s Resource Team Over 200 dads, mums and school leaders from 55, mostly primary schools, attended the Dads@School Forum 2017 on 16 February at Northland Primary School. The event, organised by Centre for Fathering-Dads for Life (CFF-DFL), was graced by Minister for Social and Family Development Tan Chuan-Jin who issued a clarion […]

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