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          Introduction

The Parent Support Group (PSG) is the link to good collaboration with parents to enhance home-College partnerships in support of student learning development. PSG is actively involved in College activities such as VCA events, Open House, Parents-Principal Session, Racial Harmony Day and International Friendship Day. The involvement allows fellow parents to be inducted into the culture of student life at VJC and have a better understanding of what JC education means. PSG also inspires graduating students with motivation packs, words of encouragement, snacks, fruits and healthy drinks before A-level examinations. In addition, PSG provides contacts of speakers for career talks and forums as well as job attachment opportunities and internship programmes for students in banking, education, service, law firms and health industries.

PSG would like to engage you in meaningful ways for a better understanding of your child and closer parent-child relationship. You are cordially invited to join the PSG as an Executive Committee member, photographer, event organiser or ad hoc member. You may also volunteer as a workshop trainer for students or a speaker for Parenting Seminar.

 

If you are keen to join the PSG, please download and complete the recruitment form ( find the sign-up form here. }


 

 
 
 
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