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CareHut Student Care Centres

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Bloom where you are planted

CareHut is a school-based student care centre (SCC) that provides after-school care and supervision for children from all backgrounds, including those from low-income and/or single-parent families.

Our 5 Holistic Anchors

CareHut works closely with schools to bring out the best in every CareHut child. We aim to make a positive difference in our children’s lives through five Holistic Anchors

  1. Building Life Competencies
  2. Nurturing Good Character
  3. Instilling Positive Values
  4. Developing Fullest Potential
  5. Facilitating Holistic Growth

Our Programmes

CareHut provides a structured programme to foster the emotional, social, intellectual, physical and moral development of our children.

Supervised Homework Time

Our students receive daily guidance and supervision to complete their homework.

Enrichment Programmes

One of our key enrichment programmes is the Reading Assistant Programme (RAP). This is a web-based reading programme from Scientific Learning Corporation that assesses our students’ reading abilities and improves their reading fluency, vocabulary and comprehension. RAP is conducted weekly by trained CareHut staff.

Outdoor Activities

Outdoor and sports activities, such as basketball and captain’s ball games, are regularly facilitated by staff to nurture sportsmanship and team spirit.

Wholesome meals

CareHut abides by the nutritional guidelines of the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) and Health Promotion Board (HPB) and provides balanced and healthy meals, and refreshments for our children.

Testimonies

“CareHut has taught my children how to take care of themselves. They are more well-behaved at home after attending CareHut. I also noticed that they have developed discipline in their studies, especially in finishing their homework.”

Mr Alfien

Father of two CareHut students

“It gives me peace of mind when I know my two kids are receiving care and guidance by trained staff in CareHut while I am at work.”

Mrs Irene Loh

Mother of two CareHut students

Centre Locations & Operating Hours

Eunos Primary School
CareHut@Eunos
95 Jalan Eunos S419529
Centre Supervisor: Ms Larraine Tay
Contact no.: 6950 7517
Email: eunosch@ccsscares.sg

Stamford Primary School
CareHut@Stamford
1 Victoria Lane S198423
Centre Supervisor: Ms Ng Huishan
Contact no.: 6950 7522
Email: stamfordch@ccsscares.sg

New Town Primary School
CareHut@New Town
300 Tanglin Halt Road S148812
Acting Centre Supervisor: Ms Susannah Samuel
Contact no.: 6950 7524
Email: newtownch@ccsscares.sg

Jiemin Primary School
CareHut@Jiemin
2 Yishun Street 71 S768515
Supervisor: Ms Widija Juliawati
Contact no.: 6950 7513
Email: jieminch@ccsscares.sg

CareHut SCCs are closed on Saturdays, Sundays, gazetted Public Holidays, half-days on the eve of any public holidays, and additionally 5.5 days in a year.  Closure dates will be highlighted to parents upon successful registration.

 

Please contact the respective CareHuts for more details on their operating hours.

Enrolment & Fees

CareHut only accepts students from schools in which CareHut centres operate in.

 

For more enrolment information, please contact your child’s primary school or drop us an email at ccss@ccsscares.sg

 

Please contact the respective CareHuts for more details on our Fees Structure.

Financial Aid

Student Care Fee Assistance (SCFA) is available for students who require assistance to pay for their student care fees. MSF offers SCFA for children through registered SCC.

Eligibility

Applicants for SCFA subsidies must meet the following eligibility criteria:

 

  1. The child is a Singapore Citizen. If the child is a Permanent Resident of Singapore (PR), then at least one immediate family member of the child must be a Singapore citizen.
  2. The child is between 7 and 14 years of age (during period of study) and is attending a MOE-registered school.
  3. Both parents of the child are working regularly.
  4. The gross monthly household income of the family does not exceed $4,000, or the per capita income is $1,000 and below.

Notes:

  1. SCFA is not applicable for Refundable Deposit, Registration Fee or Miscellaneous Fee.
  2. Applications for SCFA must be accompanied by the application form and FULL supporting documents which are submitted at enrolment with SCFA Comcare criteria satisfied.