Inspired by our dedication to make a positive social impact to the community, NTUC First Campus reaches out to pre-school children and families who need the most support. Our commitment is exemplified with the focus set on children from vulnerable, low-income families and children who require additional learning support. This effort ties in with our corporate mission of making quality child development and care services accessible to every child.

What is the Child Support Model?

Developed in 2016, the Child Support Model (CSM) provides a holistic, multi-pronged approach to support low-income families and their children. We believe every child should have an equal opportunity to discover and develop their potential without being defined by their circumstances. With a child-centric programme focused on the family, our goal is to ensure each and every one of them can shine.

Our integrated team of educators, therapists, child-enabling executives, and classroom co-facilitators work closely with our pre-school teachers, parents and community partners to enhance the learning and well-being of these children. With holistic in-house support, every child can achieve their fullest potential during their early years.

Making a Difference

Fuelled by our passion to give every child in Singapore a good head start in life, NTUC First Campus aims to reach out to children who need the most support, i.e. children who come from low-income families and children with learning needs. Through the Child Support Model, NTUC First Campus provides support to low-income children and their families in four broad areas:

Financial Support

more than 1 million
disbursed under Bright Horizons Funds

to support 2,000
from low-income families annually

Social Support

Learning & Development Support

Health and Nutrition Support

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