Teacher in charge
Mrs Yap FK
During curriculum time: Every Tuesday, 7.30am - 9.00am
After school: According to the details given in the respective consent forms
The Overall CCA Programme in the school consists of Modular CCA and Niche CCA.
Modular CCA is introduced for all students. In alignment to PERI recommendation of the Programme for Active Learning (PAL) for lower Primary, PAL will be subsumed as part of the Modular CCA for Primary 1 and Primary 2 (total 2 hours a week). For Primary 3 to Primary 6 students, Modular CCA aims to encourage mass participation in sports enrichment, visual and performing arts enrichment, ICT programming and life skills programmes (total 1.5 hours a week).
There are 3 different types of Niche CCAs, namely Sports and Games, Performing Arts and Clubs. For Sports and Games Niche CCAs, our school offers Floorball, Rope-Skipping, Sepak Takraw, Track and Field and Wushu. For Performing Arts Niche CCAs, our school offers Concert Band, Chinese, Malay and Indian Dances. For Niche Clubs, our school offers Art and Environment Clubs.
Niche CCAs is for selected students who have been selected to take part to these CCAs and they will be trained for both internal and external competitions and performances. Depending on the training schedules, these Niche CCAs may be conducted during Modular CCA timing and/or outside curricular hours. Students will receive a Niche CCA Option Form upon their selection for the Niche CCAs and consent forms to inform parents of the training schedules and activities if the training is done outside curricular hours.
Rationale for Overall CCA Programme
Overall CCA Programme is a 6 year programme to:
- Incorporate the Joy of Learning
- Impart Knowledge, Skills and Values
It is a platform for all students to have a wide variety of learning experiences and to unearth hidden talents amongst students.
P5 students getting to learn about different types of percussion instruments through the Ethnic Drum Programme
P5 students learning how to draw Manga Art
P3 students expending their energy through the Modular Trampoline Programme
P6 students having hands-on experience trying out bowling using modified bowling balls and lanes
P6 students learning shooting through the Modular Archery Programme