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What is Code-to-Care?

Code-to-Care is an innovative program that seamlessly merges a STEAM curriculum, encompassing Computational Thinking, Mobile app development, Design Thinking, and creative use of media technology, with a community mentoring initiative. Its primary objective is to empower students by fostering emotional management, enhancing their social and emotional well-being, and facilitating community integration.

The Framework

Adopt a positive education framework with a special focus on "social-emotional learning".

The course is based on "problem-based learning" and "self-directed learning"

Especially suitable for students with special educational needs (SEN) to participate


Target: Secondary students (F1- F3)


Content: 3 set of curriculum integrated with a Mentoring program


  • ICT Coding Class

  • Design Thinking and Problem Solutions

  • Technologies application with media emphasis

  • Mentoring Program
    (Mentors can be university students, professionals, and/or retirees)


Deployment Mode:

  • Full-year Form (F1, F2, or F3), or

  • As ECA interests classes


Expected results of the course:

For students

  • More enthusiastic, collaborative, creative and improved problem-solving ability.

  • Have better social skills, emotional management skills and mental health

  • Be more open to differences, build peer relationships and care more about community and increase feelings of connection

  • Promote interaction and integration between students with special educational needs and other students


For teachers

  • We provide interesting and engaging STEAM courses to a variety of students

  • We help to make students become more motivated in learning and self-managed,

  • We help to make classroom management better/easier


Provide schools with

  • Increased social capital, expanded volunteer network

  • Get more exposure in STEAM competitions

  • A more inclusive positive educational environment


More in-depth explanation of Code-to-Care

Code-to-Care aims to address critical societal issues:

  • The dire need for comprehensive mental health support and holistic well-being among young adolescents.

  • Secondary schools’ students are grappling with various social-emotional challenges, an issue of increasing concern.

  • Particular prominent among the growing population of Special Education Needs (SEN) students who face resource limitations, misconceptions, and exclusion within both educational institutions and the wider community.

Our approach:

  • The program adopts the Social Emotional Learning model, which promotes the development of students' soft skills, resilience, and mental well-being.

  • The program focuses on enhancing interpersonal and relational proficiencies, fostering emotional management, and cultivating a sense of inclusion and connection with the community,

  • Code-to-Care endeavors to empower students on multiple fronts.


  • A program which allows students to collaborate with mentors who provide guidance, support, and valuable feedback.

  • Mentors play a pivotal role in assisting students in identifying community needs and developing impactful projects that address specific issues faced by individuals within the community.

  • Students work alongside their mentors to create meaningful solutions that positively impact the lives of those around them.

3 Courses Connected by a Holistic Development Program

What sets us apart is that we also offer a life development and mentorship program that runs concurrently with the three courses. All our mentors receive specialized and relevant training on how to engage with and support SEN youth.


The mentorship program we offer is one-on-one mentor to student. We also want to emphasize the flexibility of the program and the services we will provide you. All lessons and components can be offered as ECA suited to the particular schedule of your institution.


Why do we believe having a social element in STEM education is better for learning? Integrating social collaboration into high school STEM learning enhances real-world application, promotes diverse perspectives, develops communication skills, increases engagement, encourages innovation, and cultivates critical thinking. It creates an inclusive and supportive learning environment, increasing motivation and excitement. Thus, we include a mentoring scheme in our coding program. Mentors offer real-world context, bridging the gap between theory and practice, providing individualized feedback, and fostering confidence, and social and collaborative skills development. At the same time, integrating students with the community.

To have a more holistic approach in STEM education, we use the larger framework of Positive Education as well as the Social Emotional Learning model for the adult-youth interactions in the mentoring scheme.

Positive education, utilizing the PERMA model, is valuable in developing cognitive, social, emotional, values, perspective, and non-cognitive skills among middle school students in STEM education. It fosters a positive mindset, meaningful relationships, emotional awareness, ethical values, diverse perspectives, and holistic skill development, enhancing their overall well-being and success in STEM disciplines.


Our mentoring scheme uses PERMA and SEL to enhance the following:


Creativity, problem-solving skills, self-learning skills


Social awareness, conflict resolution, cooperative behaviour


Emotional awareness, emotional regulation and management, resilience


Cognitive + Social + Emotional + Values + Perspectives + Non-cognitive Skills


Ethical and civic values, generosity, caring for other and community


Optimism, gratitude, openness, inclusiveness

Non-cognitive Skills

Confidence,  Growth Mindset; Motivation, Grit


Benefit & Impact

Services that we provide

  1. Coordination of Code-to-Care program at your school / organisation

  2. We prepare both the curriculum and the material for the mentoring program

  3. We assist with mentor requirement

  4. We provide training to teachers, students, and mentors

  5. Match supporting sponsors with respective schools / organisations

Contact us if

You want to implement a Social Emotional Learning (SEL) program but don’t have the resources to do it

You want to implement a Social Emotional Learning (SEL) program but don’t know how / where to start

You do not have a pool of mentors to utilise

If you want a free trial

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