Positive Parenting Programme (Triple P) is an evidence-based parenting and family support programme designed to prevent behavioural, emotional and developmental problems in children by enhancing the knowledge, skills and confidence of parents.
Triple P is one of the most effective evidence-based* parenting programmes in the world. Triple P:
Endorsed by a respected research organisation, it is developed by Professor Matt Sanders through more than 30 years of clinical research trial. Evaluation research shows that it produces expected and consistent positive results; and results are attributed to the programme itself, rather than to other external factors or events. The programme is tailored for parents of primary and secondary school children.
Benefits of the programmes
*Evidence-based programmes are programmes which are peer reviewed by experts in the field and are recognised by a respected research organisation, and included in their list of effective programmes.
|Seminar||Primary School Topics||Secondary School Topics|
|1||Power of Positive Parenting||Raising Resilient Teenagers|
|2||Raising Confident, Competent Children||Raising Competent Teenagers|
|3||Raising Resilient Children||Getting Teens connected|
3 seminars of 2h each
Triple P Level 3 is for parents who are facing difficult parenting issues on a regular basis and require one-on-one help or coaching. The consultation sessions offer simple and practical strategies to help you confidently manage your children’s behaviour, prevent problems from developing and build strong, healthy relationships.
It is available for parents of children from birth to 12 years and for parents of teenagers with mild to moderate behavioural difficulties. Level 3 interventions deal with a specific problem behaviour or issue using tip sheets and the Positive Parenting Booklet to reinforce strategies.
Primary Care Triple P is for parents of children birth to 12 years.
Primary Care Teen Triple P is for parents of adolescents to 16 years.
|Session||Parents of Primary School-aged Children||Parents of Secondary School-age Teens|
4 sessions of 1h per session
Online platform or face-to-face sessions (Contact us to find out more!)
Signposts for Building Better Behaviour is a programme that helps families prevent or manage the difficult behaviour of children aged 3-12 years, including those with developmental delay or intellectual disability. Signposts helps you as parents and caregivers to design a personalised program that suits the unique needs of your children and develop strategies to prevent and manage difficult behaviour.
Parents and caregivers who attended the programme were more confident and less stressed in their parenting role. Children’s difficult behaviours improved and their positive behaviours increased.
|1||Measuring Your Child’s Behaviour|
|2||Systematic Use of Daily Interactions|
|3||Replacing Difficult Behaviour with Useful Uehaviour|
|4||Planning for Better Behaviour|
|5||Developing More Skills in Your Child|
5 sessions of 2.5h each
Parents of primary school-aged children
Triple P Level 4 is for parents with concerns about their child’s behaviour who require intensive training in positive parenting or those who wish to learn a variety of parenting skills to apply to multiple contexts. The group sessions help parents learn strategies that promote social competence and self-regulation in children as well as decrease problem behaviour. The run comprises both Group and Individual/ Telephone sessions.
|2||Helping Children Develop|
|5||Individual Phone Consultation: Using Positive Parenting Strategies 1|
|6||Individual Phone Consultation: Using Positive Parenting Strategies 2|
|7||Individual Phone Consultation: Using Positive Parenting Strategies 3|
5 group sessions of 2h each, 3 individual telephone consultations of 20min per session
If your child/ teen is from Primary 3/4 or Secondary 1/2 level:
If your child/ teen is from Primary 1/2/5/6 or Secondary 3/4/5 level:
Logistics of programmes
Morning Star is one of the appointed Parenting Support Providers (PSP) by the Ministry of Social and Family Development to increase outreach to parents with parenting needs and improve coordination, especially for parents who need other services.
We are serving the Bedok & Geylang Serai region supporting the following schools:
|Bedok Green Primary School||Bedok Green Secondary School|
|Canossa Catholic Primary School||Bedok South Secondary School|
|Damai Primary School||Bedok View Secondary School|
|Eunos Primary School||Broadrick Secondary School|
|Fengshan Primary School||CHIJ Katong Convent School|
|Geylang Methodist School (Primary)||Chung Cheng High School (Main)|
|Haig Girls’ School||Damai Secondary School|
|Maha Bodhi School||Geylang Methodist School (Secondary)|
|Ngee Ann Primary School||Ping Yi Secondary School|
|Opera Estate Primary School||St. Anthony’s Canossian Secondary School|
|Red Swastika School||Tanjong Katong Girls’ School|
|St. Anthony’s Canossian Primary School||Tanjong Katong Secondary School|
|St. Stephen’s School||Temasek Secondary School|
|Tanjong Katong Primary School||Victoria School|
|Telok Kurau Primary School|
|Temasek Primary School|
|Yu Neng Primary School|
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