Experience multiple sport with access to sport facilities.
Fun, enjoyable and specially curated for maximum benefits.
Values-based coaching that develops character and life skills.
Learn, progress and discover sporting strengths and passions.
This programme enables children to learn to play as many sports as possible in school.
ActiveSG will co-create a modular multi-sport curriculum with schools building upon their existing offerings and range of programmes, games, and competitions. This would expose students to different sport from ActiveSG Academies and Clubs as well as offer them more opportunities to play with other cohorts.
This programme teaches swimming proficiency and water safety skills to students in a fun manner.
It is a 6-stage programme that includes survival and activity skills, with a progressive curriculum. At the end of each stage, students will receive a stage completion e-certificate.
Live better through Sport: Start from School
Partner with ActiveSG's island-wide network of sport centres to provide opportunities for students to develop holistically, play and have fun! Some key initiatives include:
Sport is a powerful platform for character and leadership development. Through experiential learning and peer-to-peer coaching, the programme provides students with a unique opportunity to develop leadership skills while using sport as a platform.
SportCares aims to broaden and extend sporting access to the vulnerable segments in society, and to help bridge communities.
In consultation with MOE’s UPLIFT Programme Office for its GEAR-UP initiative, SportCares provides customised support for after-school engagement programmes aimed at strengthening students’ social-emotional competencies and social skills through Sport.
Team Nila is a national movement that promotes the culture of giving, citizen partnership and social cohesion through sport volunteerism.
The Team Nila Volunteer Journey aims to raise self-awareness and social awareness by inspiring and equipping youth with the attitude, skills and knowledge to lead positive social changes.
Volunteers are provided with opportunities to undergo functional and leadership training to equip them with the relevant skill sets.
This programme serves as an integrated and structured approach to link sports service providers with schools to ensure that innovative and quality sports programmes are delivered.
Under SEP, each school is provided with a dollar-to-dollar matching grant of up to S$10,000 for them to take up sports programmes from an endorsed list.