Co-Curricular Activities (CCA) play a key role in the holistic development of our pupils. Well organised and implemented, they can fuel in the individual a life-long love for a particular activity, be it a sport or a musical pursuit. This helps the individual to lead a balanced life in adulthood. All CCA emphasises social interaction but each CCA has its specific objectives.
Essentially, the overall CCA framework is one that is committed to developing character and instilling core values in our pupils. It complements the formal curriculum to achieve the MOE Desired Outcomes of Education.
The CCA programme is structured around the learning of skills and knowledge and can be most effective in imbuing in our pupils core values that are aligned with our school values and vision. The planning of CCA programmes in NBSS follows these guidelines:
1. Build Character, Team Spirit and Responsibility
2. Broad-Based with Opportunities to Specialise
3. Responsive to Inculcating National Values and Skills
4. Promote Social Integration
CCAs are available to all pupils in the areas of Performing Arts, Uniform Groups, Sports and Games and Interactive and Lifeskills Clubs. All pupils must have at least one CCA from any of these groups. Pupil participation in CCA is COMPULSORY.For an overview of CCA achievements, please click here.
|Clubs & Societies||Performing Arts||Physical Sports||Uniform Groups|
|Art Club||Choir||Basketball||Girl Guides|
|InfoComm Club||Dance||Netball||National Cadet Corps|
|Service Library Club||English Drama||Sepak Takraw||National Police Cadet Corps|
|Symphonic Band||Soccer||St John Brigade|
2018 Secondary One CCA Allocation Results:
1-1.pdf 1-2.pdf 1-3.pdf 1-4.pdf 1-5.pdf 1-6.pdf
Click on PDF for CCA Schedule.pdf