From 1 Oct 2015, the link ‘www.familymatters.sg’ will no longer be available. For more information on FamilyMatters!, please refer to
Starting 1 May 2015, MSF will cease FamilyMatters@Work programmes.
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equips parents and young adults with skills to nurture positive family relationships. We work closely with schools, parent support groups and parent volunteers so that parents can easily access family education programmes that help them better connect with their children. We also work with local universities that reach out to young adults, helping them improve their social and relationship skills.
Starting 1 May 2015, MSF will cease FamilyMatters@Preschool programmes.
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For Primary/Secondary Schools/Junior Colleges
For a better understanding of FamilyMatters@School for Primary/ Secondary Schools and Junior Colleges, please download and read through the attached Administrative Guide
List of Schools on Board
Please click here
to find out the respective MSF officer in-charge of your schools.
FamilyMatters@School Programme Menu
For a list of family education programmes
for primary/secondary schools and JCs, click here
Revised Funding Reimbursement Process
- Please download the presentation slides on the Coordinator Training (dated 16.07.14)
- Guide on creating e-invoice for Coordinator Payment. Click here (dated 11.06.14)
- Click here for the sample ITQ template for the engagement of school coordinator (revised on 14.03.14)
- Click here for the sample ITQ template for the engagement of service provider (revised on 19.03.14)
Documents For All Government and Government-Aided Schools
Feedback and Evaluation
Documents for All Independent , Specialised and Special Education Schools
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FamilyMatters@School for Fathers (formerly known as Fathers@Schools)
The fathering movement in Singapore started in November 2009 with a bold mission by Dads for Life to ‘inspire, mobilise and involve fathers to become good influencers in their children’s lives for life’. The movement has gained traction over the years with extensive outreach into close to 300 schools and approximately 3,000 fathers per year.
With effect from 1 April 2014, Fathers@Schools programmes will be funded under MSF’s FamilyMatters@School.
Renamed “FamilyMatters@School for Fathers”, this funding for father-child bonding programmes will replace Fathers@Schools. All schools registered under Fathers@Schools will continue to be eligible to apply for funding under this re-named entity. Please click here
for the funding criteria and quantum.
Please submit the reimbursement documents and claims within 8 weeks upon completion of event, using the documents below. Please mail the documents to:
Family Education and Support Division
Ministry of Social and Family Development
512 Thomson Road
#01-00, SLF Building
To find out more on FamilyMatters@School for Fathers, please email firstname.lastname@example.org using header “FamilyMatters@School for Fathers”.
Through its FamilyMatters@Business initiative, the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) encourages businesses to adopt strategies, infrastructure and services that cater to families. While families could benefit from family-friendly services and products, businesses could reap the rich potential of the family market. MSF provides the FamilyMatters@Business Grant to help businesses defray infrastructure and implementation costs. MSF also administers the Businesses for Families Pledge and Mark to encourage businesses to embark on family-friendly initiatives, and recognise family-friendly businesses. Further, MSF provides resources online and sharing sessions to build expertise in the formulation and implementation of family-friendly initiatives. While assisting businesses, MSF’s second thrust is to raise, among consumers, an awareness of and demand for businesses that cater to families.
MSF offers the FamilyMatters@Business Grant, a $4 million fund to assist eligible businesses in adopting and implementing business practices that welcome families. For details of the Grant, please click here
! Please take note of new grant guidelines which will take effect from 12 August 2015.
Businesses For Families Pledge
The Businesses for Families Pledge is a sign of commitment from businesses that they will undertake efforts to make their businesses welcoming to families. Businesses are encouraged to take the first step to becoming family-friendly by signing the Pledge. Upon taking the Pledge, businesses can apply for the FamilyMatters@Business Grant to implement family-friendly initiatives. For details of the Pledge, please click here
Businesses For Families Mark
The Businesses for Families Mark is a national accreditation programme. It gives further impetus for businesses to go the extra mile to cater to families. Businesses which meet specific standards relating to their Strategy, Service, Infrastructure and Business Outcomes (Results) will be awarded the Mark. For details of the Mark, please click here
Funding scheme to support Family Life Education Sector
The BuildingCapabilityforFamilyMatters funding scheme supports projects that seek to enhance the capability of the Family Life Education sector in Singapore through the following:
- Development of new family life education content
- Training to upgrade the skills of family life educators
- Research on family issues that contributes to family life programmes
For more information, please email email@example.com
Facilitation in Family Life Education
Family Life Education focuses on healthy family functioning within a family system and provides primarily a preventive approach. The goal of Family Life Education is to teach knowledge and skills to enable individuals and families to enhance their family life. This course is designed to provide participants with basic core skills and knowledge on Family Life Education programmes.
To register for the course, please contact training provider, Academy of Human Development at 6593 5286 or refer to http://www.ahd.com.sg/Facilitation_FLE.htm
For a list of frequently asked questions on the facilitation course, please click here