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Co-Curricular Special Programme

Overview of CCA 2017

CCAs on Mondays

CCA

Time

Expected Learning Outcome

Teachers-in-Charge

Rope Skipping

1.30 pm - 3.30 pm

Pupils are trained in basic skipping techniques to coordinate skipping motion with rhythm, and stamina and muscles development techniques.

Mr Muhammad Bazli*

Ms Lock Pui Lai

Ms Gan Wen Qi Audrey

Ms Lim Yan Cheng

Ms Poon Yin Foong

Volleyball

(Boys ONLY)

1.30 pm - 3.30 pm

Pupils are trained in basic rules and regulations of the game, control and positioning of arms, striking techniques, physical conditioning, team coordination, competitive strategies and game plans.

Mr Haizad Bin Johan*

Mr Ng Kien Lam

Choir

1.30 pm - 3.30 pm

Pupils are trained in simple sight reading of musical notes, to sing solo and in parts, and to express varied repertoire of music through use of vocals and physical movements. Pupils will be exposed to various performing platforms both internal and external.  

Mrs Lynn Phua*

Mdm Ang Ping Ping Cecilia

Ms Adeline Ho

Robotics Club

1.30 pm - 3.30 pm

 

Pupils are trained progressively to learn various robotics construction and programming skills as well as do presentations and research.

Mr Chua Chuen Chi Gary*

Mr Wong Kwok Choon

Mr Susiayanto Bin Sunaryo

Mdm Wong Ching Kuen Fion

Softball

(Girls ONLY)

3.00 pm - 5.00 pm

Pupils are trained in basic rules and regulations of the game, batting and throwing techniques and base running skills, team coordination and competitive strategies and game plans.

Mr Tang Teo Yong*

Ms Nur Ashikin Bte Suandi

Mdm Rahayu Bte Mohd Noor

Wushu

3.00 pm – 5.00 pm

Pupils are trained in basic strokes and stance, physical and mental coordination and teamwork. Pupils will be exposed to various performing platforms both internal and external.  

Mrs Rina Tan*

Ms Ker Hui Ling

Mdm Wahetha Begum

Mdm Leong Yea Ling

Mdm Yeo Sian Hui Adeline

Malay Dance

3.00 pm – 5.00 pm

Pupils are trained in various genres of traditional Malay dances, Malay dance techniques including Masri and Joget, and the use of facial and bodily expressions to show emotions. Boys will be given the opportunity to learn Silat.   Pupils will be exposed to various performing platforms both internal and external.

Ms Siti Fauziah Bte Umar*

Mdm Noriah Bte Abdul Rahim

Scouts

(Boys ONLY)

3.00 pm - 5.00 pm

Pupils cultivate generosity and kindness as they are groomed to become more aware of the needs of the community through leadership and social communication skills.

Mr Fong Meng Thoong*

Mr Surajkumar Natchinarkinian

Ms Nur Shahirah

 

CCAs on Fridays

CCA

Time

Expected Learning Outcome

Teachers-in-Charge

Badminton

1.30 pm - 3.30 pm

(Talent Group & P3)

3.00 pm - 5.00 pm

(Recreation Team)

Pupils are trained in the basic rules and regulations of the game as well as racket handling, delivery of strokes and court movement techniques for maximum impact.

(All P3 members and Sch team)

Ms Tan Siew Boon*

Mdm Lee Yoke Lin Joyce

(Recreational Team)

Mr Jason Lim*

Mdm Gan Yi

Mdm Yang Xue Hong

Chinese Dance

1.30 pm - 3.30 pm

Pupils are trained in genres of traditional Chinese dances, Chinese dance techniques and the use of facial and bodily expressions to show emotions. Pupils will be exposed to various performing platforms both internal and external.  

Mrs Lin Lee Ying*

Mdm Ang Hwee Beng

Mrs Teo Chin May

Chinese Orchestra

1.30 pm - 3.30 pm

(P3 & P4)

3.00 pm - 5.00 pm

(P5 & P6)

 

Pupils are trained to specialise in Chinese Orchestra instruments and in music theory which may lead to internationally recognised certification. Pupils will be exposed to various performing platforms both internal and external.  

(P3 & P4)

Mrs Quek Wen Qi*

Mr Tan Chow Hua Vincent

Mdm Chua Sock Eng

(P5 & P6)

Mdm Wang Mengfei

Ms Wu Yi

Mrs Tng-Tan Qiuting*

Brownies

(Girls ONLY)

1.30 pm - 3.30 pm

 

Pupils learn useful life skills which enable them to demonstrate citizenship and serve the community as well as being independent and confident.

Ms Sng Chee Hoon Janice*

Ms Chia Kwai Sim

Ms Ee Wei Leng

 

 

Art Club

1.30 pm - 3.30 pm

(P3 & P4)

3.00 pm - 5.00 pm

(P5 & P6)

Pupils are trained in print making, sculpture making, digital art, graffiti art & creative 3-D art.

(P3 & P4)

Mdm Chua Sze Ping*

Mdm Wong Cheang Ngoh

Ms Nur Fidyyana

(P5 & P6)

Mdm Ong Yew Lin*
Ms Lim Bee Lian

 

Green Club

1.30 pm - 3.30 pm

(P3 & P4)

3.00 pm - 5.00 pm

(P5 & P6)

Pupils learn more about environmental issues and skills involved when conducting science experiments as well as nurture a love for botany,  .

(P3 & P4)

Mdm Shama Begum*

Mdm Lim Yee Ling

(P5 & P6)

Ms Maslishah Bte Punari*

Mdm Loke Yuet Wai Sharon

Media Info Comm Club

2.00 pm - 3.30 pm

(P5 & P6)

3.00 pm - 5.00 pm

(P3 & P4)

Pupils are exposed to various media skills such as photography, video editing and designing apps and websites.

(P3 & P4)

Mdm Chia Lee Cheng Marie

 (P5 & P6)

Mdm Norazleen Osman*

 

Handball

3.00 pm - 5.00 pm

Pupils are trained in the basic rules and regulations of the game, techniques in dribbling, passing and shooting as well as competitive strategies and game plans.

Mdm Yeo Sian Hui Adeline*

Mr Andy Soh Beng Hwee

Overview of Special Project and Interest Group 2017

Special Project / Interest Group

Day(s)

Teachers-in-Charge

Special Project :

E2K Scence

Wednesday

Mr Dev Anand s/o Nadarajan

Interest Group :

Chess Interest Group

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday

Ms Pearly Lee

Mr Mazlan Bin Ismael

Mr Mohamad Zaini Bin Ismail

Mr Wong Kim Ping William

Overview of Special Programmes 2017

SPs on both Mondays and Fridays

SP Focus

Primary 4

Primary 5

Primary 6

Cultural &

Aesthetics

 

 

 

 

HOD in-charge:

Mdm Pauline Ang

Pupils learn the basics of Chinese, Malay and Indian dance techniques. Working with their peers, they will have the opportunity to create a fusion by using the different dance steps to portray the integration of the multi-ethnic people in Singapore.

 

Pupils come up with a design plan for  scrapbooking using the theme of a Singapore icon.

 

 

Pupils learn the basics of 3 traditional art forms – face painting, henna hand painting, and batik paper making – through hands-on experience.

Pupils will be exposed to the culture and techniques involved in Rangoli making, the art of weaving and making Chinese cakes using mould.

Entrepreneurship

 

 

 

HOD in-charge:

Mr Tan Puh Chen

 

 

 

 

Pupils will learn basic economics concepts

●      Scarcity (Needs and Wants)

●      Opportunity Cost

●      Short-term and Long-term Rewards

●      Choices

●      ¨         Demand and Supply (Interactions, Changes and Price)

●      Market Equilibrium

Pupils will learn basic economics concepts

●      Free Market Competition

●      Oligopoly

●      Monopolistic Competition

●      Monopoly

●      Goals of Entrepreneurs (Profit and Organisational Growth)

●      Product Differentiation and Price Competition

This module allows pupils to apply what they have learnt in Primary 4.

 

 

Pupils will be engaged in market survey process. Pupils will set up their own stalls to sell items to P2 pupils through the Rulang Market. Basic marketing strategies will be introduced to the pupils. It will allow pupils to engage in efficient and effective teamwork through respecting one another’s differences.  This module allows pupils to apply what they have learnt in Primary 4 and 5.

Innovention

 

 

 

 

HOD in-charge:

Mr Goh Wei Howe

Pupils learn to apply Science concepts, process skills and processes through innovation and invention by creating their own invention at different levels:

●      Understand the difference between “Invention” and “Innovation”

●      Apply SCAMPER techniques as an idea generating tool to solve the problem

●      Identify and select a problem around them that they would like to solve

●      Analyse on existing product to be improved upon

●      Collect information for idea survey

Presentation of completed sketch for new product invention

Through this programme, pupils will acquire new Science concepts and process skills which they will build on and apply them through brainstorming and creative problem solving. This provides pupils with opportunities to apply innovative protocol to conceive ideas and transform it into an invention of a Science toy or gadget in a systematic and orderly manner. In addition, it also help to promote collaboration and effective communication among pupils in the process of completing their tasks.

Student Leadership

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HOD in-charge:

Ms Christina Foo

Student-Initiated Project (SIP)Level 1 - School Improvement Projects

●     Pupils will be taught Brainstorming Techniques

●     Pupils will learn to plan a self-initiated project for school improvement

Habits of Mind (HOM) & Introduction to Cheerleading and Teambuilding (ICAT)

●     Pupils will learn two Habits of Mind through brain teasers and teambuilding games

 

●     Pupils will work in groups to achieve the objectives of the games

Habits of Mind (HOM) & Introduction to Cheerleading and Teambuilding (ICAT)

Pupils will learn three Habits of Mind through brain teasers and team building games

Pupils will work in groups to achieve the objectives of the games

Pupils will work in groups to write and perform their own cheers

Cheers writing and performing competition

The bedrock of our programmes is the 16 Habits of Mind (HOM) advocated by Arthur L. Costa. The HOM focus on observing how pupils produce knowledge rather than how they merely reproduce knowledge. It also covers how intelligent human beings act on known information presented to them. In this programme, pupils will discover, acquire and strengthen their habits of mind, which are the characteristics of what intelligent people do when they are confronted with problems.

 

SP Focus

Primary 3

HOD in-charge:

Essence of Intellectual Game (Chess)

Pupils will learn basic chess strategies. It provides creative problem-solving opportunities and decision-making situations. Hence, pupils are stretched to their fullest potential in thinking during EIG component. This game also inculcates good attitudes, behaviours and good sportsmanship in both competitive and non-competitive arena.

Mr Woo Jin Quan

 

Speech and Drama

Pupils will learn how to cultivate imaginative thinking and creative expression. They will also be introduced to various types of dramatic performances as well as allow for them to explore ideas and feelings through imagination. This programme allows pupils to build confidence and esteem through drama, communicate ideas through creative movement, create an awareness of non-verbal cues and messages and develop their presentation skills.

Mr Woo Jin Quan

Coding

 

Mdm Chia Ee Ling Lynn