KELY'S

Jockey Club Community Sustainability Fund -
Smart Youth Health Project

EDUCATION

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Mental Health & WellBeing

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Drug & Alcohol Awareness

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Positive Youth Development

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    Beyond the Try

    Course Description Want to learn some life skills that can equip you to be a better player and teammate on and off the field? KELY Support Group and Hong Kong Rugby Union Community Foundation have partnered to start an online course to learn more about different aspects of wellbeing and how to maintain good mental health and take care of yourselves. This course will have 5 modules: Mental Health 101 Self Awareness Emotional Awareness Communication Peer Support Learning outcomes After completing this course, you will: Learn what good mental health is and how community sports can help boost our mental

    Life skills: Communication

    Course description  Simply put, communication is what allows us to work together, to understand one another, and to feel what the other person is feeling. It is the core foundation of any human organization: from a small friend group, to the largest country. It’s something that we unintentionally practice everyday but haven’t yet  fully mastered. This course will cover three areas: The four communication styles Becoming an assertive communicator Knowledge on different types of empathetic responses Learning outcomes After completing this course, you will: Recognize your own communication styles and those of the people around you Be able to apply

    Life skills: Personal Values

    Course Description : Personal values are the things that are important to us, the characteristics and behaviors that motivate us and guide our decisions. Knowing and connecting our own values can benefit us in many ways like increasing our confidence and sense of happiness etc. This course will cover three areas: Knowledge on personal values Ways to find out your personal values Methods to overcome difference of personal values in decision making Learning Outcomes : After completing this course, you will: Recognize your personal values Recognize personal value difference in various situations Be more confident in overcoming barriers when facing personal

    WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT KELY

    AWA-Drama

    DRAMA AND LIFE SKILLS PROGRAMME

    Student participant, 15 years old

    “The creative process, warm-up games got us from being nervous to being very comfortable with each other and rely on each other. We had never written scripts before in our school. I was nervous in the past but the rehearsal and performance gave us a chance to act on stage which gave me confidence.”

    Student participant, 14 years old

    “I have gained insight into why people really take drugs. I used to think they are just doing it to look cool and have fun but now I know that they face pressure and they have a lot of personal issues.”

    Student participant, 15 years old

    BDF-Drama

    DRAMA-BASED DRUG PREVENTION PROGRAMME

    Student participant

    “This programme helps me to be more confident in front of my classmates and speak up in class.”

    Student participant

    “I learnt more about drugs and also to be more confident in standing up for myself when I’m in a situation similar to the play.”

    Student participant

    ExCEL

    EXCEL!

    From 3 student participants

    “I am more confident to give ideas in the programme. Before I used to get nervous about what if people don’t like it or aren’t interested. Now I think you should just give what you know even though they might not be interested, you should say out what you have.”

    “I think I now know the drug effect briefly and how they affect people. Really glad we got to organise fun and educational activities.”

    “I learnt about the risks of drugs, felt confident of what we learnt and shared with others by producing a music video. I actually have the ability to influence others.”

    From 3 student participants

    SOSKELY

    SOSKELY HARM REDUCTION OUTREACH

    Youth, 21 years old

    “It’s amazing to support SOSKELY. I think young people feel comfortable talking to us because we have a non-judgmental approach.”

    SOSKELY volunteer

    “I found it safe here at the SOSKELY tent. The team offered lots of help when I needed the support.”

    Youth, 22 years old

    “SOSKELY helped me and my friends 4 years ago when we were in high school. So grateful to see this still going strong today! Thank you for your service!”

    Youth, 21 years old

    Get-Positive

    GET POSITIVE!

    Teacher from Kwun Tong Government Secondary School

    “Juggling is a way for me to relieve stress. I bring my Diablo set (a type of juggling equipment) everywhere I go. I am not afraid to play it in the crowd. I am glad that I found my way to manage my stress through the programme.”

    Student participant

    “As a team player, I learnt to speak up more, provide more assistance, and not to rely on the leader to decide everything.”

    Student participant

    “We are delighted that this programme can provide students with a multi-faceted school life and a learning platform outside academic lessons. Through learning new skills, students can build their confidence and resilience, as well as learn to listen to instructions and get along with others.”

    Teacher from Kwun Tong Government Secondary School

    Moodys_RiseUp

    MOODY’S RISEUP

    From 3 student participants

    “I hope that if my photographs hold up as ‘mirrors’ to people, where they see their own stress and pressure reflected in them, they can be inspired to put their stress aside and enjoy life.”

    “The photos I have chosen reflect some of my feelings deep inside that I seldom express.”

    “Through this programme I’ve learnt more about myself and I notice things a lot more than before. I never used to think about where I come from but now I am really intrigued. I realise there’s so much I didn’t know about myself.”

    From 3 student participants