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Schoolbag.sg is an online publication by MOE. The website provides parents and the general public with education news, school features and tips.



on Facebook

FamilyMatters!  is a Facebook page by Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF). The page explores resources with the community to nurtures a pro-family environment in Singapore and empowers families with skills & knowledge at different life stages.

More information is available at MSF website.

Families for Life

on Facebook

Families for Life   is a Facebook page by the Families for Life (FFL) Council to engage families and stakeholders to provide feedback on family issues and family education programmes that impact the family. FFL Council aims to promote strong and resilient families in a genuine and positive way, by bringing Singaporeans together and strengthening the conversation on family.


More information is available at  http://www.familiesforlife.sg/

Resources on Student Holistic Health



Mental Health

Build him up - 

Raising a Resilient Child

Resilience has been widely regarded as an essential value in the 21st century. This article shares how parents can develop resilience in their child by building his self-esteem, managing emotions and building relationships.

Healthy Snacks Recipes

Article: Lunch box ideas for kids

The recipes provide some ideas for parents to prepare healthy and tasty snacks.

Health Care in Schools

Entering Primary School - Growing Up Healthily in School

This article provides readers an overview of the health care services available in primary schools.

Physical Safety

Growing Up Safe 

This booklet is a guide to help parents understand some of the hidden dangers children can encounter at home, at the playground, and at the swimming pool.

Develop Healthy Habits

Healthy Food Happier Children - Healthy Meals in School and at Home

Childhood years are crucial to set the foundation for healthy growth. Eating a nutritionally balanced diet supports optimal growth and development. This booklet shares how parents can develop healthy eating habits in their children.

Develop Healthy Habits

Resources for Weight Management (MOE)

The Holistic Health Framework page is developed by MOE to partner parents in helping children develop healthy habits



Resources on Cyber Wellness




Parents can now download C-Quest, a new mobile game app developed by MOE, and have conversations on cyber wellness with their children!


C-Quest is specially designed to facilitate meaningful parent-child conversations on their online experiences and explore various cyber wellness issues in order to navigate the cyber space safely and responsibly. Through this app, students will learn to be safe, respectful, and responsible users of Information and Communication Technology (ICT).


The game is meant for parents with children aged 10 to 14. To complete the cyber quest, children have to converse with their parents and answer questions related to cyber wellness to earn stars and collect accessories and equipment for their Cyber Navigators. The game also provides useful tips to the players to manage their online activities. These questions and tips are aligned to the Cyber Wellness lessons in the Form Teacher Guidance Period and the CCE Cyber Wellness Guidance Module. Where opinions differ, the game provides opportunities for the players to talk about their differences and understand how others may feel or think. 


The mobile version of C-Quest can be downloaded from the iTunes Store or Google Play. You may also access the browser-based version from this link, or copy and paste the following url onto your web-browser.



Article on Schoolbag.sg

Retired principal, Mrs Jenny Yeo, shares tips on how parents can help their child avoid getting addicted to online gaming.