Champs VIA Programme
Our Champs programme is a character-building programme for students. With specially designed hands-on activities, the programme aims to inspire and equip the younger generation with the skill sets necessary to make a difference in the community.
Using the 3Es (Education, Empathy and Enterprise), students are challenged beyond the usual classroom learning to refine and build their social and emotional competencies and leadership skills. This programme is suitable for Upper Primary to Secondary School students.
|To encourage a healthy lifestyle and the prevention of kidney failure.||To instil the value of compassion in students to facilitate a better understanding of patients’ difficulties.||To propose a product design that could help enrich patients’ quality of life or implement an innovative social enterprise to raise funds for dialysers, also known as Artificial Kidneys (A.K.s), a lifeline for haemodialysis patients.|
Conduct an assembly presentation organise a health booth or design a kidney art piece with related health messages to be displayed in school.
This first-hand experience allows students to take charge of their health, and get others on board with them.
Understand and reflect on kidney patients’ stories.
Plan and conduct activities at the dialysis centre to bring cheer and warmth to patients.
|Students can showcase their creativity by designing a product that helps dialysis patients. Organise an A.K.Giver Project in school to raise funds. Design marketing collaterals to promote their project within the school.|