KBA Phase 1
Students would attend the ‘One-of-Kind Workshop’, an interactive workshop that equips them with either project management skills or social media marketing tools, depending on whether they attend Workshop A or Workshop B:
|Workshop A – Implementing Physical Campaigns||Workshop B – Implementing Digital Campaigns|
|Key project management skills||Social media marketing skills|
|Useful tools and templates||Digital content creation|
|Hands-on activities||Hands-on activities|
Upon completion of the workshop, students would receive a token of acknowledgement.
KBA Phase 2
Students would apply the skills gained from the ‘One-of-a-Kind Workshop’ to execute a physical campaign or digital campaign on their chosen topic. As Ambassadors of Kindness, they will be empowered to reflect on social and community issues before developing their kindness project. Students would be required to first submit a proposal to the Singapore Kindness Movement for approval before embarking on their campaign. After completing their campaign, students would be required to submit a final report documenting their efforts. Participating Uniformed Group students will be invited to the Kindness Awards Ceremony in November to receive their kindness badge.
Being kind does not limit itself only within the Uniformed Group that you are in. Students from Scouts and Girl Guides may come together to form a team (of up to 12 members) and implement a kindness campaign. They will be awarded with a Crossover Badge for their collaborative effort.
|Submission of KBA Project Proposal||January 2021 – 10 May 2021|
|KBA Project Approval||Within 2 weeks from submission date|
|KBA Project Execution (by schools)||After receiving approval|
|Submission of KBA Project Report||23 August 2021|
|Kindness Awards Ceremony||November 2021|