Graduation ceremony and certificates presentation by Mr Dennis Yew, ACE Lead in 2013.
Our youth volunteer @ Bendemeer Sec Sch
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
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:
Purpose of ProgrammeThe purpose of the programme will be:
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
The facilitators have contributed to this after school students engagement program.
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.
Cycling@ECP with our PACE Youth during the March holidays (2015)
Day cycling @ ECP with PACE youth
Youth learnt to build confidence through "high rope element" at Camp Challenge.
About PACE/ MACEPACE 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
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.