32 Pages is a ground up organisation which aims to rewrite the self-narratives of children to change their model of adulthood, so that they can pursue their passions and make positive contributions to their communities.
Started in 2021, 32 Pages was inspired by the stories of the child residents from a Kebun Baru rental flat block. They have taught us that children learn best when they are given the space to try, fail and explore. Since then, we have been creating stories of possibilities for rental flat neighborhoods.
Awarded 20k Grant money at National Youth Council's Youth Action Challenge Season 2
Ethnographic and participatory research on the meanings of home amongst rental flat child residents @ Kebun Baru Ang Mo Kio
Storytelling Sundays with National Library Board @ Seng kang and Punggol Waterway Residential Network
Literacy and SEL learning programme pilot at South Central Community Family Services Centre
Bringing Little Readers, Big Dreams to our Lengkok Bahru families at LengKee Community Centre
Partnership with MOE UPLIFT, MSF SSO @ Kreta Ayer and WeLL to run Little Readers, Big Dreams at WeLL Centre @ Henderson
Every child supported to thrive on their own terms.
To foster a community of compassionate and confident learners.