Grand Hyatt Singapore and Mountbatten Vocational School

 
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Mountbatten Vocational School (MVS), believes in leaving no one behind.  Our programs are developed to provide training for youths who may not fit well in the regular mainstream or special education schools in Singapore.  MVS trains students to be self-reliant and be able contribute to society.  They believe that education is an act or experience that has a formative effect on the mind, character and physical ability of an individual.  MVS aims to achieve this with their students through holistic programs. “Deeds Not Words”, has been their motto since the school started in 1975 and are determined to provide training opportunities for all who can benefit from their programs. 

Established in 1975, Mountbatten Vocational School opened its doors initially to train deaf youths to be skilled workers.  Due to the needs of the community, it began take to trainees with various learning disabilities in the later years. 

The team at Grand Hyatt Singapore has partnered with MVS school for the past year by providing activities to students, many of whom are from low-income families, which had enriched their lives.

The Hyatt Community Grant will be used to support long-term project to equip students with various disabilities with advanced tool and training to help them integrate into society and secure meaningful employment.

To learn more about Mountbatten Vocational School, click here.