Participation in Co-Curricular Activities (CCAs) in our school is an integral part of our pupils’ holistic education experience. We offer our pupils a range of CCAs to develop them in the moral, academic, physical, social, aesthetic and leadership domains, as well as inculcate values and life skills.
If you need more information about the various CCAs, you may email the teachers-in-charge. For administrative matters related to CCAs, you may email our Subject Head for CCA, Mr Muhammad Zulfadly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Introduction of two new Co-Curricular Activity (CCA) in 2020
To further support our pupils’ development, the school will be introducing two new CCAs for the year 2020. These two new CCAs are Tchoukball and English Speech and Drama Club.
Tchoukball is a unique team sport which incorporates teamwork as points are scored when the ball is passed around most effectively. Physical size and fitness not a barrier to joining the CCA. The technical skill and strategy which the coach will focus on during training will determine how well the team does. Good observation, constant attention by all participants, anticipation and intelligence of all facets of the game are required, as is good athletic ability.
Students will focus on:
- Basic ball handling skills
- Shooting drills
- Exposure to different game situations
- Values of team, communication and resilience
Tchoukball does not involve any contact or tackling which makes the sport safe and less intimidating for pupils regardless of their size.
Many schools are already offering Tchoukball as a CCA. Therefore our pupils have ample opportunities to represent the school in zonal and national competitions. By giving the pupils the opportunity to be exposed and providing them with the fundamentals needed to hone their skill for the sport, we hope that they would be able to continue their passion and eventually move up to play beyond primary level.
2) English Speech and Drama Club
English Speech and Drama Club is an exciting new CCA club starting in 2020 for pupils who have the desire to perform on stage and unleash their innate creative flair and expression.
Drama is an effective way of building a variety of communication skills in an empowering and engaging way. It provides opportunities to develop a range of life skills which will give them an edge in the future.
Students will focus on:
- Stage performance
- Emceeing skills
- Thinking on their feet though impromptu action
- Improving articulation
- Gain confidence in performing in front of an audience.
Students may also get the opportunity to:
- Experience the process of collaborating in ensemble productions
- Perform during school events
- Utilise their emceeing skills for school events.
|Art Club||Mrs Gandhi
|*Badminton||Mr Muhammad Faris
|*Basketball||Mr Abdul Khabir Bin Abdul Razakabdul_khabir_abdul_razak@moe.edu.sg|
|Chinese Calligraphy Club
|Ms Hu Shan Shan
|Chinese Chess Club||Mdm Soh Hoon Kian
Herb Gardening &
|Lai Yean Pean
|Mdm Du Huiying
Mrs Peggy Chan
|Chinese Opera Club||Ms Yang Si Qi
|*Chinese Orchestra||Mr Chua Yu Yong Timothy
|*Choir||Mrs Siau-Ng Mui Ling
|English Speech and Drama Club||Mdm Jasveena Kaur email@example.com|
|Environmental & Science Club||Mr Ian Ang
|Mr David Chan Yew Meng
|Homec Club||Ang Hwee Pheng firstname.lastname@example.org|
|*Indian Dance||Mdm Yeo Hwe Choo
|Innovation and Enterprise||Ms Liew Sio Hong
|Library Club||Mrs Grace Tan
|*Malay Dance||Mdm Nur Asrina
|Robotics Club||Mdm Yeoh Ai Hoon
|Scouts||Mrs Lee- Ho Sz Wha
|*Symphonic Band||Ms Lim Hui Ching email@example.com|
|*Tchoukball||Mr Muhammad Faizal
|Videography||Ms Lim Mei Xin Josie
|Ms Wong Li Sher
*These CCAs may require your child to stay back after school for additional training sessions.