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Good Neighbours Project 2016

The Good Neighbours Project (GNP) is an initiative organised by the Housing & Development Board (HDB), partnered with the Singapore Kindness Movement (SKM) and POSB, and supported by the People's Association (PA). Through GNP, we hope to encourage residents to initiate projects and activities to engage and bond with their neighbours.

The call-for-proposals has closed on 15 February 2016.

Find out what have been organised under GNP 2016. Be amazed and inspired by the wide variety of ground-up activities put together by the participants for their communities.

For more information on funding available to initiate community-driven place making projects, please visit HDB Lively Places, Friendly Faces Fund.

See our community and youths in action:

Shortlisted Projects

Find out how the teams and their projects brought neighbours together!

 


Community Category

Arts in the Community

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Colours in the Neighbourhood
Colours in the Neighbourhood
By Wongus Team
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Colours in the Neighbourhood
 
Project Title: Colours in the Neighbourhood
 
Project Highlights:
‘Wongus Team’ brought neighbours at Hougang together for an engaging abstract art-painting workshop. The residents had fun expressing themselves and meeting their neighbours while creating splashes of colours and free-flowing forms on their canvases. Take a look at their art-pieces which were proudly displayed at the void deck at the end of the event!
 
Team Name: Wongus Team
 
Team Members:
  1. Wong Kang Leng

 

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Colour Our World
Colour Our World
By The Workshop
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Colour Our World
 
Project Title: Colour Our World
 
Project Highlights:
‘The Workshop’, a husband and wife team, rallied Yishun residents to join the process of creating a wall mural in Adora Green. Residents worked together throughout the different stages to make the wall feature a reality – from the consultation exercise, to the voting session, and even during the painting of the mural. The eventual community mural shows what a group of residents can achieve when they work together.
 
Team Name: The Workshop
 
Team Members:
  1. Gilbert Cher
  2. Hoo Xin Yu
 

 

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Craft in the Community
Craft in the Community
By s0ph0s Craft Connect
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Craft in the Community
 
Project Title: Craft in the Community
 
Project Highlights:
A pair of friends, ‘s0ph0s Craft Connect’, stepped forward and organised a craft session for Pasir Ris residents from all walks of life. Residents gathered to learn how pandan leaves can be folded into roses. Neighbours learnt from each other as tips were exchanged. Some of the residents were even invited to lead their neighbours in the next craft session!
 
Team Name: s0ph0s Craft Connect
 
Team Members:
  1. Goh Chee Leng Selena
  2. Lee Sing Win
 

 

Greening

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Community Bonding cum Clean-Up @The Rivervale
Community Bonding cum Clean-Up Day @The Rivervale
By Earth Buddies
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Community Bonding cum Clean-Up @The Rivervale
 
Project Title: Community Bonding cum Clean-Up Day @The Rivervale
 
Project Highlights:
The Rivervale community gathered to keep their estate clean during a litter-picking activity. Through a number of children’s contests which revolved around the theme of neighbourliness, residents were reminded of how neighbours had to work together to enjoy a pleasant and green living environment.
 
Team Name: Earth Buddies
 
Team Members:
  1. Khong Sow Cheng
  2. Michael Lee
  3. Monica Ng
 

 

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Let's GROW a Community
Let’s GROW a Community
By The Green Community
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Let's GROW a Community
 
Project Title: Let’s GROW a Community
 
Project Highlights:
‘The Green Community’ put together a garden programme by making use of the community garden and a classroom at a void deck. Residents toured the garden and made unique photo frames decorated with leaf-rubbings. At the end of the activity, the neighbours planted vegetables, refreshing the garden’s contents and reliving the “kampong spirit” together. 
 
Team Name: The Green Community
 
Team Members:
  1. Angilita Charles
  2. Phan Thi Ngoc
  3. Ng Yin Jie
  4. Vincent Liang
  5. Tang Li Shan
  6. Tan Joo Hwang
     
 

 

Healthy Lifestyle

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Strong Mind Fit Body
Strong Mind Fit Body
By FitNgss
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Strong Mind Fit Body
 
Project Title: Strong Mind Fit Body
 
Project Highlights:
‘FitNgss’, a team formed by two sisters, exercised their creativity and engaged residents in community fitness sessions featuring household items such as Dynamo bottles. These exercise sessions allowed neighbours to meet and get to know each other better. The residents were also able to build a network of exercise buddies, keeping them on track in sustaining healthy lifestyles.
 
Team Name: FitNgss
 
Team Members:
  1. Shereen Ng
  2. Shermaine Ng
     
 

 

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Healthy Living with Friends
Healthy Living with Friends
By JK Frenz
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Healthy Living with Friends
 
Project Title: Healthy Living with Friends
 
Project Highlights:
‘JK Frenz’ put together weekly taichi exercise sessions for Jalan Kayu residents of all ages and races. After practising for several sessions, ‘JK Frenz’ and their newfound friends headed down to share their takeaways with seniors at a Home. The mass exercise event at the Home brightened the seniors’ day and deepened ties between the Jalan Kayu residents.
 
Team Name: JK Frenz
 
Team Members:
  1. Lily Sing
  2. Janet Sng
     
 

 

Interest Group

Good Neighbours Project 2016, The Heart of Neighbourliness
The Heart of Neighbourliness
By 3Rich @ TKPS
Good Neighbours Project 2016, The Heart of Neighbourliness
 
Project Title: The Heart of Neighbourliness
 
Project Highlights:
‘3Rich @ TKPS’ invited Bedok residents to an Amazing Race around the neighbourhood. Residents learnt about the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew while solving puzzles at an “Escape Room” at Telok Kurau Primary School's Heritage Gallery. Then, the trail brought them near Bedok Reservoir and to the food centre. The experience helped residents get to know their neighbours and better understand the neighbourhood.
 
Team Name: 3Rich @ TKPS
 
Team Members:
  1. Osman Bin Kadir
  2. Siti Aishah Abdullah
  3. Norasidah Jamali
  4. Jeslin Ong
  5. Zaidah Binte Ahmad

 

Kids' Corner

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Childhood Unplugged
Childhood Unplugged
By #CoachMariam
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Childhood Unplugged
 
Project Title: Childhood Unplugged
 
Project Highlights:
‘#CoachMariam’ thought of having a fun hands-and-feet painting activity for young children and their parents in Punggol Central. The event broke down barriers, sparking conversations and friendships among the parents as the children delighted in creating hand and footprints.
 
Team Name: #CoachMariam
 
Team Members:
  1. Mariam Binti Mohamad Said
 

 

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Fun to Read, Easy to Learn!
Fun to Read, Easy to Learn!
By KidsBookParty
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Fun to Read, Easy to Learn!
 
Project Title: Fun to Read, Easy to Learn!
 
Project Highlights:
‘KidsBookParty’ brought young neighbours together through thematic storytelling sessions, to spread the message that neighbourliness should begin from young. While their parents struck up conversations with each other, the young neighbours got to know each other better through sharing their favourite stories and making handicrafts.
 
Team Name: KidsBookParty
 
Team Members:
  1. Ding Li
  2. Zhou Rong
  3. Xu Liwen
 

 

Online Community

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Punggol Cares and Shares
Punggol Cares and Shares
By Happy Neighbour Club
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Punggol Cares and Shares
 
Project Title: Punggol Cares and Shares
 
Project Highlights:
Giving the gotong royong spirit a modern twist, ‘Happy Neighbour Club’ encouraged neighbours of Punggol Emerald to keep in touch with each other and form support groups through social media and online platforms. With quicker and easier means of communication, the residents were able to build a stronger neighbourly spirit, making living in Punggol Emerald more enjoyable. 
 
Team Name: Happy Neighbour Club
 
Team Members:
  1. Tang Kum Ying
  2. Li Weili
 

 

Youth Category

Primary School

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Admiralty Primary School
United, We Can!
By Admiralty Heartlanders
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Admiralty Primary School
 
Project Title: United, We Can!

Project Highlights:
‘Admiralty Heartlanders’ shared about the importance of neighbourliness, through an exhibition and the distribution of brochures. They also organised two activities to engage Woodlands residents - “Woodlands Trail” introduced residents to Woodlands’ heritage and the “Happy Neighbour Trail” invited residents to collect neighbourliness tips from fictional neighbours at the game booths.
 
School: Admiralty Primary School

Team Name: Admiralty Heartlanders

Team Members:
  1. Chen Junkai
  2. Nevin Joby
  3. Jovan Tay Sheng Wei
  4. Alisha Hannah Binte Mohammed Affandi
  5. Aishah Shaaban Hashem Ibrahim Sawalim
  6. Koo Yu Ler
  7. Chuan Tin Jia
  8. Yam Pei Cher
 

 

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Casuarina Primary School
Hearty Goes to the Heartlands
By CAPS Connectors
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Casuarina Primary School
 
Project Title: Hearty Goes to the Heartlands

Project Highlights:
‘CAPS Connectors’ invited fellow schoolmates to bring their family members and neighbours along for a movie in the school compound. Attendees were treated to a short skit performed by the students, titled “The Types of Neighbours We See”, before they sat back and enjoyed a movie with their neighbours on the mats laid out in the school hall.
 
School: Casuarina Primary School

Team Name: CAPS Connectors

Team Members:
  1. Diyanah Amani Binte Ismail
  2. Lee Min
  3. Muhammad Zharfan Bin Shahrin
  4. Ng Yen Nee
  5. Sufia Namirah Binte Shamsuri
 

 

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Chongzheng Primary School
Polyview, Our Place Our Home
By Team_Chongzheng
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Chongzheng Primary School
 
Project Title: Polyview, Our Place Our Home

Project Highlights:
‘Team_Chongzheng’ organised a party with a wide variety of engagement activities and exhibitions. From competitions, to fashion shows, exhibitions on dengue to those on good neighbourliness, the programme appealed to residents from all walks of life. As residents took a look around the party, they met their fellow residents and got to know each other better.
 
School: Chongzheng Primary School

Team Name: Team_Chongzheng

Team Members:
  1. Chloe Lim
  2. Daniel Ang
  3. Gerald Wee Jay Sen
  4. Oh En Yu
  5. Sadanaa Sri J Chandiran
  6. Stefan Lim
  7. Toh Yi Xi
  8. Yasan Pillai Sandrasepar
  9. Aufa Basirah Binte Hanapi
  10. Firas Bin Muhammad Fadly
  11. Hoy Chern Yee
  12. Lam Hiu Thong
  13. Benson Ong
  14. Harish Raj
  15. Melanie Yong Yan Qing
  16. Tricia Ong Jie Ling
  17. Valerie Ong
  18. Foo Cai Xuan
  19. Hung Hye Eun, Estelle
  20. Kelvin Jobee
  21. Ng En Xuan Elliot
 

 

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Fengshan Primary School
Project BEG²IN – Be a Good & Giving Neighbour
By Let’s Beg²in
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Fengshan Primary School
 
Project Title: Project BEG²IN – Be a Good & Giving Neighbour

Project Highlights:
‘Let’s Beg²in’ organised block cleaning activities and roped in residents for their food-cum-charity drive. They also planned and designed ice-breaking activities for their charity drive, to encourage neighbours to get to know each other better. This helped the residents to work better together, contributing to a successful food-cum-charity drive. 
 
School: Fengshan Primary School

Team Name: Let’s Beg²in

Team Members:
  1. Nur Anisa
  2. Md Izdihar Azmi
  3. Harry Sim
  4. Kelly Tan
  5. Arvind Ramesh
  6. Amylya Rosyita 
 

 

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Geylang Methodist School (Primary)
Fostering Relationship in the Neighbourhood District
By F.R.I.E.N.D
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Geylang Methodist School (Primary)
 
Project Title: Fostering Relationship in the Neighbourhood District

Project Highlights:
‘F.R.I.E.N.D’ engaged residents to craft pieces out of jumping clay and cuboids. These pieces formed an image of the neighbourhood when assembled. Residents also contributed ideas on how the artwork can foster bonds within the neighbourhood. The continued engagement and discussions among the residents led to stronger community ties in the neighbourhood.
 
School: Geylang Methodist School (Primary)

Team Name: F.R.I.E.N.D

Team Members:
  1. Ayden Tan Xuan Wen
  2. Hou Bei Chen
  3. Lee Sum Wai
  4. Cassandra Choo Jia Qi
  5. Chow You Tong, Louis
  6. Gong Yu Xin
  7. Tan Yee Kiat
  8. Evalyn Huiling Headland
 

 

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Greenwood Primary School
Good Neighbours, Better Communities
By WHIZZ 2.0
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Greenwood Primary School
 
Project Title: Good Neighbours, Better Communities

Project Highlights:
‘WHIZZ 2.0’ organised an event with a series of activities and challenges aimed at fostering closer ties among neighbours. Participants competed against each other in tongue twisters and overcome a marble challenge. They also took part in card-making activities and penned well wishes for their neighbours.
 
School: Greenwood Primary School

Team Name: WHIZZ 2.0 

Team Members:
  1. Heng Jie Min Juliet
  2. Firas Hilman Bin Harizan
  3. Qistina Insyirah
  4. Chai Chang Jie
  5. Phoebe Yeo Sok Boon
  6. Yasmine Binte Mohamed Razali
 

 

Secondary School

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Assumption Pathway School
From the Heart
By Team APS
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Assumption Pathway School
 
Project Title: From the Heart

Project Highlights:
‘Team APS’ conducted workshops for residents, inviting them to mould edible dough into figurines. The hands-on activity served as a platform for neighbours to meet in a relaxed and fun setting. With the students’ plan to organise a badge-making workshop-cum-photo booth event as a follow-up activity, residents can look forward to getting to know their neighbours even better! 
 
School: Assumption Pathway School

Team Name: Team APS

Team Members:
  1. Nurul Syukriyatul Farah Bte Adnan
  2. Fatin Nassuha Bte Razali
  3. Aiman Shah B Sharaffuden  
  4. Muhammad Iswandi B Suyudi
  5. Ajith Kumar
  6. Nur Shazwani Bte Ismail
  7. Nur Suhaiza Bte Salim
  8. Mohamed Shahmir Noor B Mohamed Noor
 

 

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Evergreen Secondary School
G.R.O.W
By EVG Interact Club
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Evergreen Secondary School
 
Project Title: G.R.O.W

Project Highlights:
Working to bring neighbours closer, ‘EVG Interact Club’ put together some greening activities for Woodlands residents at the community garden. The garden was revitalised by the demonstrations and sharing organised by the students, as residents gathered to learn how they could grow their own vegetables, make their own herbal tea and transform old t-shirts into bags.
 
School: Evergreen Secondary School 

Team Name: EVG Interact Club

Team Members:
  1. Gwee Rong Xuan
  2. Jocelyn Ee Zhi Xuan
  3. Kuan Wen Qi
  4. Cervantes Lanz Aeron Mangalus
  5. Lee Wen Qi
  6. Kee Yong Hoon, Crystal
  7. Ng Shi Hui
  8. Michelle Wong Jing Yi
  9. Caitlin Kwok Daiyi
  10. Chow Zi Hui Zoey
  11. Oh Suew Ling
  12. Tan Yong Qin
  13. Lim Jun Ting Lionel
  14. Jolynn Goh
  15. Tang Ying Xuan
  16. Wu Lixiang
  17. Ngor Jing Yi, Phyllis
 

 

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Hong Kah Secondary School
Budding Steps
By Hong Kah Pride!
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Hong Kah Secondary School
 
Project Title: Budding Steps
 
Project Highlights:
‘Hong Kah Pride!’ attempted to set a new record by gathering Jurong residents to make paper flowers using old magazines. The flowers were arranged into a collage, with photos of the collage made into postcards and given to the residents. Residents can also look forward to a mini mural replica of the collage which will be showcased at a designated community site.
 
School: Hong Kah Secondary School 

Team Name: Hong Kah Pride!

Team Members:
  1. Chloe Chin Xuan
  2. Beverly Wong Jing Yi
  3. Tay Xinpei
  4. Tan Si En
  5. Muhammad Aidil Marzuqi Bin Miswan
  6. Muhammad Indra Moraga B M I
  7. Lin Qian Yu
  8. Nicole Anne Panganiban Ponce
  9. Fazlina Banu Bte Mohamad F
  10. Mardiana Azman
  11. Mohamed Abdul Rahim B M R
  12. Goh Hui Ping
  13. A S Harendran
  14. Shavita D/O Rajendran
  15. Asnawi B Mahammad
  16. Deivesh Ramesh
  17. Sakthivel
  18. Lee Jia En, Jacqueline
 

 

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Serangoon Gardens Secondary School
Project Change
By Changemakers
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Serangoon Gardens Secondary School
 
Project Title: Project Change

Project Highlights:
‘Changemakers’ designed a competition which tapped on Serangoon residents’ familiarity with their estate. Residents were required to create sandwiches using ingredients from food stalls around Serangoon estate. The residents had a good time outwitting each other’s creativity and tasting their ingredients while creating their masterpieces for the friendly competition.
 
School: Serangoon Garden Secondary School

Team Name: Changemakers

Team Members:
  1. Ooi Kim Lian
  2. Tan Xiu Ting
  3. Jia Min
  4. Hoe Man Leng
  5. Mohammad Faez
  6. Trivian Heng
 

 

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Swiss Cottage Secondary School
Capturing moments, forging friendship
By Swiss Rolls
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Swiss Cottage Secondary School
 
Project Title: Capturing moments, forging friendship

Project Highlights:
Interviewing and photographing Bukit Batok residents, ‘Swiss Rolls’ captured the residents’ stories and retold them through photographs and captions. The various narratives were pulled together in a photo exhibition where residents could drop in and learn more about their neighbours.
 
School: Swiss Cottage Secondary School 

Team Name: Swiss Rolls

Team Members:
  1. Cho Thinzar
  2. Charmaine Soh
  3. Charlotte
  4. Darren Chan
  5. Chew Jia Qi
  6. Bong Jia Hui
 

 

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Temasek Junior College (Secondary)
Many Pieces One Bedok
By Group 1
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Temasek Junior College (Secondary)
 
Project Title: Many Pieces One Bedok

Project Highlights:
‘Group 1’ designed an event with a puzzle activity as its highlight to spread the message of neighbourliness. Bedok residents were given a piece of a puzzle. Working together with other households revealed that each puzzle piece was integral to a bigger picture, just like how every resident had a part to play in making neighbourhoods a better place to live in. 
 
School: Temasek Junior College (Secondary)

Team Name: Group 1

Team Members:
  1. Javier Chan Yu Wei
  2. Andrea Lim Jia Min
  3. Ong Xuan Ran
  4. Zhou Xu Yan
  5. Sylvia Lam
 

 

Post-Secondary Institution

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Dunman High School (Post-Secondary)
District on a Dish
By NeighbourFood
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Dunman High School (Post-Secondary)
 
Project Title: District on a Dish

Project Highlights:
‘NeighbourFood’ brought neighbours together through food, by organising a heritage trail around Marine Parade. Residents re-discovered the local cuisines of different ethnicities. The traditional games and snacks dispersed throughout the trail helped evoke residents’ memories of a common past, fostering a sense of familiarity and solidarity among the neighbours.
 
School: Dunman High School (Post-Secondary) 

Team Name: NeighbourFood

Team Members:
  1. Tan Yong Han
  2. Sheryl Seet Shihui
  3. Loh See Mun
  4. Jessica Lee See Kay
  5. Deborah Lee Mei Xuan
  6. Soh Wan Jing
 

 

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Hwa Chong Institution
Potong Pasir Patchwork
By Team Roseto
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Hwa Chong Institution
 
Project Title: Potong Pasir Patchwork

Project Highlights:
‘Team Roseto’ invited Potong Pasir residents to tile-painting sessions. With paints and markers, neighbours worked side-by-side to decorate their tiles. Designs ranged from whimsical splashes of colour to vivid memories of how Potong Pasir looked like in the past. The residents’ artworks were later assembled to form a design and displayed at the Potong Pasir Community Centre.
 
School: Hwa Chong Institution 

Team Name: Team Roseto

Team Members:
  1. Goh Su Ning
  2. Lisa Sitoh
  3. Charmaine Chua
  4. Josea Evan
 

 

Good Neighbours Project 2016, ITE College East
Project Move ‘IT
By ITE College East – Interact Club
Good Neighbours Project 2016, ITE College East
 
Project Title: Project Move ‘IT 
 
Project Highlights:
‘ITE College East – Interact Club’, inspired by dance movements and art therapies, brought Bedok residents together through two activities. First, they taught Bedok residents to express themselves through dance and exercise, with residents putting together a group dance item. The other activity saw residents creating an art mural from the residents’ handprints.
 
School: ITE College East

Team Name: ITE College East – Interact Club

Team Members:
  1. Abdul Haziq B Abdul Rasid
  2. Dinie Kartika Asrie Omar
  3. Nur Rhaudhah Bte Mohammad
  4. Shamira Natasha Binte Mohamed Feroz
  5. Mohamad Razi Bin Masrudi
  6. Divagaran S/O Kalaivanan
  7. Manjula Sanmugam
 

 

Good Neighbours Project 2016, ITE College West
Curry Day
By Curry Unite
Good Neighbours Project 2016, ITE College West
 
Project Title: Curry Day

Project Highlights:
‘Curry Unite’ organised a Curry Day which saw neighbours mingling amidst wafts of spicy coconut milk. Vying for their creations to be selected as the best curry dish, Choa Chu Kang residents cooked curries commonly associated with different ethnic groups. The spirit of neighbourliness was demonstrated when the cooks shared their curry recipes and dishes with their fellow neighbours.
 
School: ITE College West

Team Name: Curry Unite

Team Members:
  1. Goh Kok Heng
  2. Jermaine Thia Ying
  3. Loh Pei Yu Joleen
  4. Ang Chang Hui
  5. Koh Kai Yan
  6. Muhamad Irfan B Mohammad Z 
 

 

Good Neighbours Project 2016, ITE College West
Harmony Through Music of the Heartlands
By MUCCK
Good Neighbours Project 2016, ITE College West
 
Project Title: Harmony Through Music of the Heartlands

Project Highlights:
‘MUCCK’ brought Choa Chu Kang residents together to craft simple musical instruments out of everyday items. With these self-made instruments, the residents worked together to re-create the melodies of yesteryears. The familiar songs transported residents back to the good old days, as they reminisced about the past while enjoying the music session with their neighbours.
 
School: ITE College West

Team Name: MUCCK

Team Members:
  1. Tan Qing Feng
  2. Chan Zhi Wei
  3. Khoo You Xiang
  4. Zulhilmi B Dzulfaqar
  5. Muhammad Danish B Yusuf
  6. Siti Norhayati Bte Arshad
  7. Lim Zheng Yu
  8. Ameer B Sani
  9. Mohammad Nurhamizie B M H
  10. Choo Boon Qin
 
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Results

Find out which are the “Most Outstanding Projects”!


Community Category

Top 3 Most Outstanding Projects

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Colour Our World
Colour Our World
By The Workshop
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Colour Our World
 
Project Title: Colour Our World
 
Project Highlights:
‘The Workshop’, a husband and wife team, rallied Yishun residents to join the process of creating a wall mural in Adora Green. Residents worked together throughout the different stages to make the wall feature a reality – from the consultation exercise, to the voting session, and even during the painting of the mural. The eventual community mural shows what a group of residents can achieve when they work together.
 
Team Name: The Workshop
 
Team Members:
  1. Gilbert Cher
  2. Hoo Xin Yu
 

 

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Craft in the Community
Craft in the Community
By s0ph0s Craft Connect
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Craft in the Community
 
Project Title: Craft in the Community
 
Project Highlights:
A pair of friends, ‘s0ph0s Craft Connect’, stepped forward and organised a craft session for Pasir Ris residents from all walks of life. Residents gathered to learn how pandan leaves can be folded into roses. Neighbours learnt from each other as tips were exchanged. Some of the residents were even invited to lead their neighbours in the next craft session!
 
Team Name: s0ph0s Craft Connect
 
Team Members:
  1. Goh Chee Leng Selena
  2. Lee Sing Win
 

 

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Strong Mind Fit Body
Strong Mind Fit Body
By FitNgss
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Strong Mind Fit Body
 
Project Title: Strong Mind Fit Body
 
Project Highlights:
‘FitNgss’, a team formed by two sisters, exercised their creativity and engaged residents in community fitness sessions featuring household items such as Dynamo bottles. These exercise sessions allowed neighbours to meet and get to know each other better. The residents were also able to build a network of exercise buddies, keeping them on track in sustaining healthy lifestyles.
 
Team Name: FitNgss
 
Team Members:
  1. Shereen Ng
  2. Shermaine Ng
     
 

 

Youth Category

Primary School

Top 3 Most Outstanding Projects

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Admiralty Primary School
United, We Can!
By Admiralty Heartlanders
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Admiralty Primary School
 
Project Title: United, We Can!

Project Highlights:
‘Admiralty Heartlanders’ shared about the importance of neighbourliness, through an exhibition and the distribution of brochures. They also organised two activities to engage Woodlands residents - “Woodlands Trail” introduced residents to Woodlands’ heritage and the “Happy Neighbour Trail” invited residents to collect neighbourliness tips from fictional neighbours at the game booths.
 
School: Admiralty Primary School

Team Name: Admiralty Heartlanders

Team Members:
  1. Chen Junkai
  2. Nevin Joby
  3. Jovan Tay Sheng Wei
  4. Alisha Hannah Binte Mohammed Affandi
  5. Aishah Shaaban Hashem Ibrahim Sawalim
  6. Koo Yu Ler
  7. Chuan Tin Jia
  8. Yam Pei Cher
 

 

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Casuarina Primary School
Hearty Goes to the Heartlands
By CAPS Connectors
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Casuarina Primary School
 
Project Title: Hearty Goes to the Heartlands

Project Highlights:
‘CAPS Connectors’ invited fellow schoolmates to bring their family members and neighbours along for a movie in the school compound. Attendees were treated to a short skit performed by the students, titled “The Types of Neighbours We See”, before they sat back and enjoyed a movie with their neighbours on the mats laid out in the school hall.
 
School: Casuarina Primary School

Team Name: CAPS Connectors

Team Members:
  1. Diyanah Amani Binte Ismail
  2. Lee Min
  3. Muhammad Zharfan Bin Shahrin
  4. Ng Yen Nee
  5. Sufia Namirah Binte Shamsuri
 

 

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Chongzheng Primary School
Polyview, Our Place Our Home
By Team_Chongzheng
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Chongzheng Primary School
 
Project Title: Polyview, Our Place Our Home

Project Highlights:
‘Team_Chongzheng’ organised a party with a wide variety of engagement activities and exhibitions. From competitions, to fashion shows, exhibitions on dengue to those on good neighbourliness, the programme appealed to residents from all walks of life. As residents took a look around the party, they met their fellow residents and got to know each other better.
 
School: Chongzheng Primary School

Team Name: Team_Chongzheng

Team Members:
  1. Chloe Lim
  2. Daniel Ang
  3. Gerald Wee Jay Sen
  4. Oh En Yu
  5. Sadanaa Sri J Chandiran
  6. Stefan Lim
  7. Toh Yi Xi
  8. Yasan Pillai Sandrasepar
  9. Aufa Basirah Binte Hanapi
  10. Firas Bin Muhammad Fadly
  11. Hoy Chern Yee
  12. Lam Hiu Thong
  13. Benson Ong
  14. Harish Raj
  15. Melanie Yong Yan Qing
  16. Tricia Ong Jie Ling
  17. Valerie Ong
  18. Foo Cai Xuan
  19. Hung Hye Eun, Estelle
  20. Kelvin Jobee
  21. Ng En Xuan Elliot
 

 

Secondary School

Top 3 Most Outstanding Projects

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Evergreen Secondary School
G.R.O.W
By EVG Interact Club
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Evergreen Secondary School
 
Project Title: G.R.O.W

Project Highlights:
Working to bring neighbours closer, ‘EVG Interact Club’ put together some greening activities for Woodlands residents at the community garden. The garden was revitalised by the demonstrations and sharing organised by the students, as residents gathered to learn how they could grow their own vegetables, make their own herbal tea and transform old t-shirts into bags.
 
School: Evergreen Secondary School 

Team Name: EVG Interact Club

Team Members:
  1. Gwee Rong Xuan
  2. Jocelyn Ee Zhi Xuan
  3. Kuan Wen Qi
  4. Cervantes Lanz Aeron Mangalus
  5. Lee Wen Qi
  6. Kee Yong Hoon, Crystal
  7. Ng Shi Hui
  8. Michelle Wong Jing Yi
  9. Caitlin Kwok Daiyi
  10. Chow Zi Hui Zoey
  11. Oh Suew Ling
  12. Tan Yong Qin
  13. Lim Jun Ting Lionel
  14. Jolynn Goh
  15. Tang Ying Xuan
  16. Wu Lixiang
  17. Ngor Jing Yi, Phyllis
 

 

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Serangoon Gardens Secondary School
Project Change
By Changemakers
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Serangoon Gardens Secondary School
 
Project Title: Project Change

Project Highlights:
‘Changemakers’ designed a competition which tapped on Serangoon residents’ familiarity with their estate. Residents were required to create sandwiches using ingredients from food stalls around Serangoon estate. The residents had a good time outwitting each other’s creativity and tasting their ingredients while creating their masterpieces for the friendly competition.
 
School: Serangoon Garden Secondary School

Team Name: Changemakers

Team Members:
  1. Ooi Kim Lian
  2. Tan Xiu Ting
  3. Jia Min
  4. Hoe Man Leng
  5. Mohammad Faez
  6. Trivian Heng
 

 

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Temasek Junior College (Secondary)
Many Pieces One Bedok
By Group 1
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Temasek Junior College (Secondary)
 
Project Title: Many Pieces One Bedok

Project Highlights:
‘Group 1’ designed an event with a puzzle activity as its highlight to spread the message of neighbourliness. Bedok residents were given a piece of a puzzle. Working together with other households revealed that each puzzle piece was integral to a bigger picture, just like how every resident had a part to play in making neighbourhoods a better place to live in. 
 
School: Temasek Junior College (Secondary)

Team Name: Group 1

Team Members:
  1. Javier Chan Yu Wei
  2. Andrea Lim Jia Min
  3. Ong Xuan Ran
  4. Zhou Xu Yan
  5. Sylvia Lam
 

 

Post-Secondary Institution

Top 3 Most Outstanding Projects

Good Neighbours Project 2016, Hwa Chong Institution
Potong Pasir Patchwork
By Team Roseto
Good Neighbours Project 2016, Hwa Chong Institution
 
Project Title: Potong Pasir Patchwork

Project Highlights:
‘Team Roseto’ invited Potong Pasir residents to tile-painting sessions. With paints and markers, neighbours worked side-by-side to decorate their tiles. Designs ranged from whimsical splashes of colour to vivid memories of how Potong Pasir looked like in the past. The residents’ artworks were later assembled to form a design and displayed at the Potong Pasir Community Centre.
 
School: Hwa Chong Institution 

Team Name: Team Roseto

Team Members:
  1. Goh Su Ning
  2. Lisa Sitoh
  3. Charmaine Chua
  4. Josea Evan
 

 

Good Neighbours Project 2016, ITE College West
Curry Day
By Curry Unite
Good Neighbours Project 2016, ITE College West
 
Project Title: Curry Day

Project Highlights:
‘Curry Unite’ organised a Curry Day which saw neighbours mingling amidst wafts of spicy coconut milk. Vying for their creations to be selected as the best curry dish, Choa Chu Kang residents cooked curries commonly associated with different ethnic groups. The spirit of neighbourliness was demonstrated when the cooks shared their curry recipes and dishes with their fellow neighbours.
 
School: ITE College West

Team Name: Curry Unite

Team Members:
  1. Goh Kok Heng
  2. Jermaine Thia Ying
  3. Loh Pei Yu Joleen
  4. Ang Chang Hui
  5. Koh Kai Yan
  6. Muhamad Irfan B Mohammad Z 
 

 

Good Neighbours Project 2016, ITE College West
Harmony Through Music of the Heartlands
By MUCCK
Good Neighbours Project 2016, ITE College West
 
Project Title: Harmony Through Music of the Heartlands

Project Highlights:
‘MUCCK’ brought Choa Chu Kang residents together to craft simple musical instruments out of everyday items. With these self-made instruments, the residents worked together to re-create the melodies of yesteryears. The familiar songs transported residents back to the good old days, as they reminisced about the past while enjoying the music session with their neighbours.
 
School: ITE College West

Team Name: MUCCK

Team Members:
  1. Tan Qing Feng
  2. Chan Zhi Wei
  3. Khoo You Xiang
  4. Zulhilmi B Dzulfaqar
  5. Muhammad Danish B Yusuf
  6. Siti Norhayati Bte Arshad
  7. Lim Zheng Yu
  8. Ameer B Sani
  9. Mohammad Nurhamizie B M H
  10. Choo Boon Qin
 
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