Looking for an exciting school excursion? HALO* gives students the opportunity to learn more about healthcare through an escape room game, hands-on demonstrations and interaction with nursing and allied health health professionals.
More than 70 schools have taken part in HALO, with many students rating it as a fun and enjoyable way of experiencing healthcare. Amongst the schools that visited HALO are Crescent Girls' Secondary School, Holy Innocent's High School, Riverside Secondary School, Yuhua Secondary School and Victoria School.
*Your health, safety and well-being are our top priorities. In line with the COVID-19 restrictions and safe management measures issued by the Ministry of Health, HALO is currently suspended. Re-visit us for some exciting new programmes next year!
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Can't come to us? We'll come to you*! Our Healthcare Bus can be parked right at your school. All you have to do is hop on to discover the exciting world of healthcare.
Started in 2017, the bus has gone to more than 60 schools including Bukit Panjang Government High School, CHIJ St Theresa's Convent, Orchid Park Secondary School and Temasek Secondary School.
*Based on the COVID-19 safe management measures, the Healthcare Bus is currently running on a reduced capacity. If you are interested to have the Healthcare Bus parked at your school, please email us!
Want a healthcare professional to speak at your school? Our nurses and allied health professionals can share their exciting experiences in healthcare with you. We can also set up a booth at your school events*.
*Your health, safety and well-being are our top priorities. In line with the COVID-19 safe management measures issued by the Ministry of Health, we can conduct the sharing sessions online upon request, and as per your school's hosting platform. Please email us if you're interested!
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Would you like to know more about Singapore's public healthcare landscape*? Come with us on a learning journey that includes a tour of a healthcare institution and a chance to interact with healthcare professionals. Each learning journey takes two to three hours and can accommodate up to 30 students.
Like to have a feel of a healthcare job? The Work Experience Programme* gives students the opportunity to shadow an allied health professional in one of our public healthcare institutions. The programme can range from two hours to half a day and can accommodate five to six students.
Please note that infection control protocol requires students to obtain the necessary immunisations.
*Your health, safety and well-being are our top priorities. In line with COVID-19 restrictions and safe management measures issued by the Ministry of Health, WEP is currently suspended. Re-visit us for our updated schedule.
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