B2C

KKIS Back 2 Community (B2C) Vision

Empowering students to make positive and lasting contributions to the community.

As Winston Churchill once said “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give”, KKIS brings this saying to life by providing their students numerous opportunities to give back to society’s underprivileged and vulnerable population such as senior citizens and those with underlying health conditions through B2C initiatives.

Our community service and welfare initiatives also include educating our students about the eco-system. B2C raises awareness of issues impacting the environment as well as actions we can take to improve and sustain it. This promotes a sense of responsibility and connection through community involvement.

All in all, our B2C initiatives empower students to share their voice and make a difference at a school and communal level.

What’s in it for students and the community

Learning Opportunities

B2C initiatives play a major role in serving the needs of the local community and is inspired by the school’s aspirational educational philosophy. A major feature of B2C is to ensure that education is a continuous process of experiential learning helping our students realise their maximum potential beyond the classroom.

B2C initiatives play a major role in serving the needs of the local community and is inspired by the school’s aspirational educational philosophy. A major feature of B2C is to ensure that education is a continuous process of experiential learning helping our students realise their maximum potential beyond the classroom.

Involvement in various school and outreach projects enable KKI’ates to imbibe strong values like patience, empathy, responsibility, and a feeling of solidarity with the community. Such opportunities prepare our students to face global challenges, develop new skill sets and mould them into world citizens.

When learning transcends the classroom, our students are adopting new patterns of behaviour interacting with the public enabling them to become effective leaders and communicators. Respect for the environment, a growing awareness and affinity to collaborate with the diverse local community also help our students to build social skills.

Collaboration is Key

Students and teachers do not work alone in their B2C initiatives to improve the overall community.  They closely collaborate with parents to make them aware of the various environmental issues and inculcate an eco-friendly attitude at home as well.

We also look forward to collaborating with key stakeholders and organisations in the community that are focused on improving the standard of living and way of life of vulnerable populations in Singapore. These include community involvement programmes with old age homes and donation drives spearheaded by Metta organisations. We aim to work with more Social Service Organisations as KKIS extends its footprint in community involvement and aid.

“Happiness springs from doing good and helping others”.

Our students have become environmental ambassadors because they are living and breathing the Green curriculum and implement community projects organized by the school. A respect for community, nature, and a responsibility to save our depleting resources, KKIATEs carry the torch to pave the way for a better and healthier future.

KKIS is proud to support their students in their journey to a better future!

It’s good to be green so clean! KKI’ates teamed up with WWF & Seven Seas to clean up the Changi beach. They  freed our shores by clearing  up 50 kg of trash, thereby ensuring they are clean and green.

KKIS always wants its young learners to be a reason for someone’s smile. Thus, B2C initiatives strive to motivate students to donate inculcating a positive attitude towards community involvement at an early age. Donation drive was organized by B2C in which students generously donated clothes, toys and stationary items to Metta Organization.

B2C gave our young KKi’ates an opportunity to conduct an outreach programme at Chilerton Kindergarten to create awareness about key global issues such as plastic pollution, energy conservation and waste management.

Students conducted a successful flash mob at the entrance of the SLF complex with the goal of raising public awareness to discontinue the usage of plastic straws and bags because of its negative impact on the environment. BYOB – Bring Your Own Bag campaign was also launched distributing bags from recycled used clothing made by KKIATEs.