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KidsAccomplish have been featured in several articles!
Straits Times Singapore
"This is all part of an enrichment programme started by a group of Yale-NUS College students.
Known as KidsAccomplish, it aims to expose upper primary school pupils to the world around them, and let them discuss issues.
About 12 pupils, aged eight to 12, have attended 20 sessions held at the college campus since February.
Each Saturday, they spent 21/2 hour uncovering snippets about different countries, exploring their culture, language and history. They did this through activities such as games and art and craft."
Yale-NUS College Newsroom
"Modelled after the liberal arts and sciences education offered in Yale-NUS, KAE aims to cultivate children’s interest about the increasingly interconnected world by exposing them to diverse modes of thought in a fun and engaging manner. KAE charges a nominal fee for the programme to cover the cost of the course materials and tries to reach out to all within the community, including those from lower-income families, who may not otherwise have the opportunities or resources to provide such exposure to their children."