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ICAN Workshop for Fathers - Involvement  Consistency   Awareness Nurturance

This is an interactive workshop that appeals to adult learning styles.

Participants (fathers only) can expect to appreciate the importance of fathering involvement, and to explore vital skills for building lasting relationships with their children.

In our sessions, we watch short video clips, process relevant exercises and equip the fathers with action tips to begin bonding with their children.

Workshop Details:
Date: Saturday, 27 May 2017

Time: 8.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.

Commitment: 6 hours session excluding 

Lunch Break: 1 hour 12 noon to 1 p.m.

Course Fees : $60 per participant

Subsidy: $40 per participant

Each Particpant to pay $20 after the subsidy.

More information at

As spaces are limited, participants will be selected from those who have registered promptly and they will be contacted to confirm their participation with payment of $20.

To register, please click on

Games Daddies Play

Ever wanted to introduce your children to the golden age of gaming without an iPad and relive the good old times?

This March, the Dads@NPS team will bring back traditional games such as country flag erasers (which you and your child may have played at the recent sleepover in school), five stones, marbles/goli, zero point, hopscotch -- games that were affordable with hours of guaranteed fun. You may be surprised how well these games have withstood the test of time.

So take a trip down memory lane with us on 4 March 2017 at Yishun Park (opposite Northland Primary School). You can jog, scooter, cycle, roller-blade or even walk along with us as we move from one play area to the next.

Participants are to assemble at the Activity Plaza next to SAFRA Yishun. You can bring more than one child

Games daddies play registration 32199919827

Dads@School Forum 2017

Dads@School Forum 2017-e-invite.pdf

Since Aug 2015, Centre For Fathering (CFF) champions the national movement of Dads for Life (DFL), previously under MCYS. This year CFF  is organising  Dads@School Forum 2017  to focus on "HOW to and Practical Approaches" towards increasing and sustaining the engagement of communities of fathers in the schools, community and workplace.

Date: Thursday, 16 February 2017
Time: 6.00 pm to 8.30 pm
Venue: Northland Primary School, School Hall, Level 2.

Mr Tan Chuan-Jin, Minister for Social and Family Development, will be present to dialogue with participants on the important roles that fathers play in their children's well being in schools, and in  building  resilient  families  for our  nation. 

Please register before 9 February at
or click on this link

Any queries, please contact Ms Connie Choy at 67691238 or email