Positive Parenting Program (Triple P)
What is Triple P?
The Positive Parenting Programme is a parenting and family support strategy designed to prevent behavioural and emotional problems in children.
What does it offer?
Simple and practical strategies to help parents confidently manage their children’s behaviour, prevent problems developing and build strong, healthy relationships.
Why is it effective?
- One of the most effective evidence-based parenting programmes in the world, backed up by more than 30 years of ongoing research
- It offers parents preventive programmes of different intensity to meet their needs
- Effective in reducing child behavioural problems and improving parental self-efficacy and satisfaction
- Implemented in 25 countries such as Australia, Japan and Hong Kong
Evidence-Based Parenting Programmes - Primary School (P3 & P4)
Triple P Level 2
For parents who are
generally coping well but have 1-2 concerns with their children’s behaviour
- Each run consists of 3 seminars
- Duration of each seminar: Approx 2hrs including FAQs
Triple P Level 3
For parents of a child with mild to moderate behavioural difficulties
- Individual Consultations
- 4 weekly sessions x 45min/session
Signposts (Primary Schools only)
- 1 run of group sessions [1 trainer: 5 families]
- 5 weekly sessions x 2.5hrs/session
Triple P Level 2 Seminars Dates:Seminar 1, – The Power of Positive Parenting
Seminar 2, – Raising Confident, Competent Children
Seminar 3, – Raising Resilient Children
For more information on Triple P, please contact:
Mdm Javen Ho (School Coordinator, FamilyMatters@School)
FamilyMatters @ White Sands Primary SchooL
MSF works in partnership with White Sands Primary School to create a pro-family environment through: instilling positive values and shaping mindset towards family, marriage and parenthood.
Started in 2002, the programme seeks to:
a) Equip parents with the skills and
Enrich and strengthen their family life; and
Foster better parent-child understanding and relationship;
Skills to build healthy relationships with their peers and family; and
Positive values and attitudes towards family, relationships and life in general