About Bully-Free Programme
The Bully-Free Programme was started in 2004 to address the issue of school bullying and its impact on those involved. The programme aims to promote a bully-free culture in schools where young minds can thrive. The Bully-Free Programme operates on two levels, namely Public Outreach and School Outreach.
To reach out to the community, we host a Bully-Free Campaign website and organise annual Bully-Free Forums to raise awareness on the topic of bullying. Our school outreach efforts include conducting Bully-Free awareness talks, workshop, camps, campaigns, as well as running teachers’ training and parenting workshops.
About Singapore Children’s Society
Singapore Children’s Society protects and nurtures children and youth of all races and religions. Each year, the Society reached out to about 70,000 children, youth and families in need. Established in 1952, its services have evolved to meet the changing needs of children.
Today, Children’s Society operates 11 service centres island-wide, offering services in the four categories of: Vulnerable Children and Youth, Children and Youth Services, Family Services, and Research and Advocacy.
- Society Overview
- Vulnerable Children and Youth
- Children and Youth Services
- Family Services
- Research and Advocacy