From time to time it is necessary for students (or their parents/guardians) and staff members to supply Play to think smart, with certain personal data for administrative, academic, pastoral purposes and other development activities.
Personal data of staff members, students and their parents/guardians will be handled by relevant Play to think smart staff members and will be kept confidential.
Play to think smart may use personal data (such as name and contact details) to send communications that are relevant to parents and students, including but not limited to newsletters, programmes, courses, seminars, lectures, conferences, events and extra-curricular activities.
Apart from the parties listed above, Play to think smart will not disclose any personal data to any external bodies or organisations unless:
(a) such disclosure is expressly provided for under this Statement;
(b) permitted to do so by the student or his/her parent/guardian; and/or
(c) permitted or required by law.
Personal data may be stored in the Play to think smart database systems and online portals and any such personal data provided will form part of the staff member or the student’s official records (as relevant) at Play to think smart.
Play to think smart may place student’s and staff member’s photo and/or name in Play to think smart Website or publications.
Failure to provide the data requested may result in Play to think smart being unable to proceed with the purpose for which such data was requested.
Leo (11 y.o) was a bright and curious child with a lot of potential, however he lacked focus, confidence and was prone to emotional outbursts.
After 3+ years of attending PTTS, Leo has developed self confidence, found a sport he loves, he is now able focus well, strategize and work hard despite challenges and has evolved in to a happy and balanced kid. As Parents, we have learned more about coaching kids through positive support and constructive inquiries.Ms M. Lee, Leo’s
Before joining Ptts basketball programme Clement (6 yr) was a passive boy who did not like taking risks. He didn’t want to try new things due to the lack of confidence. He was quite stubborn and liked to do things in his own way.
After 2+ years of attending PTTS, Through fun physical activity and games, he has learned important building blocks to becoming a better person, how to face failure & recover from mistakes, Cooperate with teammates & show respect, and lastly to forgive others and show empathy. As a parent, I have learned a great deal from PTTS in dealing with Clement.Sandra, Clement’s mom
Max (8y.o.) was always shy and slightly timid. According to feedback from both teachers and coaches, this projected in both class and sports which potentially could impact his development.
After attending PTTS for 2 years, He has not only rediscovered his love for basketball and other organised sports, ...But just as important, found a confidence in class to communicate his ideas and thoughts more confidently, which has positively impacted his progress according to Teacher reports.Amy & Brandon, Max’s parents
Caleb (6 y.o.) is very intelligent and a quick and highly motivated learner, but he was always very impatient and sometimes could not control his emotions.
After attending PTTS for 2 years, Caleb has developed much better control through seeing things from more perspectives and learning techniques of calming himself down. He is also building teamwork skills through really enjoying him in his basketball lessons!Karen Lee, Caleb’s mother