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P4 & P5 Co-Curriculum Activities (CCA)

As part of the Co-Curriculum Programme, the Primary 4 & 5 students participate in selected Co-Curricular Activities (CCA) during curriculum time to support their holistic development.

These students would have gone through 5 modules of CCA in Primary 3 which allows them to explore, experience and discover their interests and talents in different CCA domains before they make an informed choice for their formal CCA in Primary 4. The school hopes that through the CCA, students would be able to: 

  1. discover their interests and talents
  2. develop attitudes, skills and knowledge related to their chosen CCA
  3. develop passion in these areas of interests
  4. develop leadership and teamwork
  5. build new friendships and a sense of belonging8
  6. cultivate values, social-emotional and 21st century competencies

The CCAs offered are based on a number of considerations:
  1. Breadth of learning experiences of each student from P1 to P3 which includes PAL and Enrichment programmes, P3 Modular CCA, as well as curriculum subjects
  2. Available facilities and resources
  3. Providing varied domains of CCA to cater to various interests
  4. Staff strength and manpower resources

Below is a short write-up on the CCAs offered to the P4 & P5 students. Each CCA will have a quota of about 30 students each depending on demand.

CCA Schedule

Start of CCA: 20 Jan 2017
Day: Every Friday during curriculum time (7.30 am – 9 am) Monday afternoon for selected CCAs

CCA Guidelines

  1. All P4/P5 students will be involved in CCA as part of their holistic education.
  2. Each P4/P5 student will only be allocated 1 CCA. Participation in additional CCAs may only be allowed on a case by case basis.
  3. Students must remain in their CCA for the whole year so that they can deepen their skills, knowledge and friendships in the CCA. They may only change to a new CCA at the beginning of each year, which is subject to availability and is on a case-by-case basis.
  4. Students who may be involved in future inter-school competitions may be asked to attend additional training sessions on Mondays from 3 pm to 4.30 pm and/or during school holidays.
  5. Students must meet at least 85% attendance criteria before their CCA participation can be recorded in their Student Holistic Report Card.
  6. Participation in external activities for the purpose of self-enrichment or social interaction as well as those that are already offered in school will not be considered as a CCA.