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Co-Curricular Activities


Co-Curricular activities play a key role in the holistic development of our pupils. They aim to provide healthy recreational activities and at the same time imbibe correct values, build character and promote social integration through students’ continuous participation.

CCA Policy

  • Every secondary school student is required to take part in one main CCA, which can be from one of the following categories: Sports, Performing Arts, Uniformed Groups or Clubs.
  • Participation has to be continuous with 75% attendance throughout the secondary school course before points can be considered. Absence from any CCA session must be supported by medical certificates or letters from parents stating a valid reason.

2022 Secondary 1 CCA Registration Experience

The CCA Registration Experience is held yearly for all Secondary 1 students and all students are required to choose one CCA.  The CCA Registration Experience comprises of various events such as the CCA Fair and CCA Trials to allow students to get to know more about the various CCAs offered before they decide on which CCA to enroll themselves in.

The CCA Fair this year will be held on Friday, 14 January from 2.30pm to 6.00pm.

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Students are required to read the following documents to help them understand the CCA policies and choose their desired CCA. 

  1. 2022 CCA Information and Write-Up
  2. 2022 CCA Trials Calendar
  3. 2022 Sec 1 PTM - CCA Briefing Slides
  4. 2022 Sec 1 Briefing on CCA Registration Experience
  5.  LEAPS 2.0 Framework

CCA Registration 2022

    You are expected to participate in the CCA Registration Exercise if you have not been allocated a CCA through DSA or the CCA Trial.

      The registration period is as follows:
        • Start Date/Time: Friday, 4 February at 8.00pm
        • End Date/Time: Wednesday, 9 February at 12.00pm
            Click here to submit your entry for the CCA Registration Exercise.

              • During CCA Registration, students must select 6 choices.
              • Students must choose one CCA from the category (Sports, Visual & Performing Arts and Uniformed Groups) in their top 4 choices.

              For example,
              Top 4
              1st: Badminton (Sport)
              2nd: smARTs Media (Club and Societies)
              3rd: NPCC (Uniformed Groups)
              4th: Modern Dance (Visual & Performing Arts)

              5th and 6th
              5th: Concert Band (Visual & Performing Arts)
              6th: Netball (Sport)