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Following the success of both the symposiums, we organised webinars for the symposium participants to take discussions online with a clinical psychologist to answer questions and facilitate additional learnings.

In the last couple of years, we have worked with 1Youth to organise two educational symposiums focusing on the wellbeing of adolescents and teachers. These events have provided valuable insights and strategies for promoting a positive and supportive environment for both students and educators.

Focus: Mental Health in Adolescents

2022 Educational Symposium

With the support of SG Mental Well-being Network, a part of the Ministry of Culture, Community, and Youth, this symposium was organized on 5th of September 2022.  With over 140 educators in attendance, Ms Rahayu Mahzam (Senior Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Health & Ministry of Law) graced the event as the guest of honour. Experts and participants discussed how mental health is influenced by socio-cultural factors and how we can better support the mental health and well-being of today’s youths. 

Title: Influence of Socio-Cultural Factors in Improving Mental Health in Adolescents

2023 Educational Symposium

This event was held on 22 Jun 2023 at the AGAPE Concert Hall. Our Guest of Honour was Mr Desmond Tan, Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office, Deputy Secretary General of the National Trades Union Congress.


With close to 300 educators in attendance, the symposium featured both renowned international and local speakers in the field of education such as Gavin McCormack, and Emeritus Professor Terry Lovat. Practical strategies to address post pandemic challenges including learning tips to manage students in the new era were covered.

Focus: Teachers' Wellbeing
Title: New Normal in Teaching: Embracing Changes, Enhancing Well-being & Managing Expectations (An International perspective)


Past Events

Past Events

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