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Pupil Well-Being

The Pupil Well-being department provides support to Lasallians in the areas of behavioural, social-emotional and special educational needs. Lasallians who are supported are given the opportunity to experience success and enhance their motivation and attitude towards learning. 

The department also engages parents through the FamilyMatters@School programme which strives to help parents and Lasallians in enhancing the quality of family life by equipping them with the skills and confidence to build strong relationships.

Mr Tan Boon Hoe Nigel Head of Department tan_boon_hoe@moe.edu.sg
Mrs Adeline Lynn Teo Senior Teacher (Primary 1 Representative) teo_chye_hock@moe.edu.sg
Mrs Winnie Wong Learning Support Coordinator (Primary 4 Representative) ang_hwee_nee@moe.edu.sg
Mrs Tracie Goh Primary 2 Representative huang_qianyi_tracie@moe.edu.sg
Mrs S Nadarajah Primary 3 Representative s_nadarajah@moe.edu.sg
Ms Yeo Shin Hua Primary 5 Representative yeo_shin_hua@moe.edu.sg
Mr Haikal Eiman Supa'At Primary 6 Representative haikal_eiman@moe.edu.sg
Mdm Angie Tan Teacher tan_mui_yen@moe.edu.sg
Ms Christine Tan Allied Educator (Senior School Counsellor) tan_bee_geok_christine@moe.edu.sg
Ms Sreerenjini Sreekumaran Allied Educator (Learning & Behavioural Support) sreerenjini_sreekumaran_nair@moe.edu.sg

SHINE Programme

The SHINE Programme focuses on supporting academically low-progress Lasallians who are at risk of losing interest and motivation in their learning. The programme aims to enhance the Social and Emotional (SE) Competencies of the selected Lasallians. 

Through the acquisition and application of the SE Competencies, Lasallians will be able to recognise and manage their emotions better which in turn enable them to overcome challenging situations and make responsible decisions. 

DRUM Programme

The DRUM programme provides opportunities for the selected Lasallians to develop and enhance their self-regulatory skills. In the programme, self-regulatory skills and social skills are explicitly taught to the Lasallians. The Lasallians will be able to develop social emotional skills and exercise discernment through experiential learning. 

The programme uses drumming as a platform to allow the Lasallians to apply their learning in real life situations where they are required to demonstrate high level of concentration, coordination and teamwork.