Are you looking for ways to engage your students to keep the school and environment clean? NEA and the Public Hygiene Council have a variety of cleanliness-related programmes to assist you!
The Keep Singapore Clean Movement (KSCM) in Schools is a student-driven and school-supported effort for students to take ownership of the cleanliness of their school and the environment. It was launched by the Ministry of Education (MOE) in July 2014 and supported by the Public Hygiene Council (PHC).
In line with the KSCM in Schools, NEA launched a capacity building workshop titled ‘Buddy Clean Workshop’ to assist schools to educate students on the importance of keeping their school clean as well as to train them in the various skills (e.g. teamwork, communication) required for the cleaning activities. It is an environment-based Values-In-Action (VIA) programme targeting at the Primary 3 and 4 students, which schools can take up to fulfil the Character & Citizenship curriculum.