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NBSS CCA

CCAs are an integral part of our students’ holistic education. Through CCA, students discover their interests and talents while developing values and competencies that will prepare them for a rapidly changing world. CCA also promotes friendships among students from diverse backgrounds as they learn, play and grow together. Participation in CCA fosters social integration and deepens students’ sense of belonging, commitment and sense of responsibility to school, community and nation.

CCA Objectives: 

Breadth of experiences: Students in each CCA being introduced and exposed to a variety of programmes and     activities.

Progressive: a comprehensive plan is in place to develop the students progressively in the CCAs.

Enjoyment and connection: Students have adequate time during CCA to connect and collaborate with one   another, and enjoy the experience.

Team Spirit: Students establish good peer relationship and teamwork within the CCA.

Competencies development: Students develop character, and citizenship, and achieve the 21st century skills,   while identify their interests and talents.

The above are considered and covered in the 3 tiered approaches.

Knowledge

Self-Awareness

Knowledge of Specific Area


Skills

Practical

Soft – SEL & 21CC


Attitudes

Values using PoS




Learning Domains

Exposure

Students are exposed to a variety of knowledge, values and skills.

e.g. a soccer player is taught how to defend when an opposing team is attacking by watching a demo.

e.g. a symphonic band member learning how to play a musical instrument.


Practice

Students are given opportunities to exercise the knowledge, values and skills they have acquired.

e.g. a soccer player practises and develops himself in the area of defending.

e.g. a symphonic band member  practising playing the musical instrument.


Performance

Students are given the opportunity to showcase their knowledge, values and skills.

e.g. a soccer player  is given the opportunity to assess his competency and showcase his talent by playing in defensive role in a soccer competition.

e.g. a symphonic band member playing the instrument for school as part of a band performance.


Strategies / Programmes

Uniformed Groups

Performing & Visual  Arts

Sports & Games

Clubs & Societies

CCA specific objectives


Disciplined citizens who are confident leaders


Artists who are confident communicators



Robust sportsmen who are excellent team players


Competent individuals who are knowledgeable and skilled

1st tier

Personal Mastery

-School based activities

-HQ activities

-Public Performance

-Visit to professional performance

-expose to other roles related to CCA such as referees and managers

-competition

-skilled-based workshop

2nd tier

Leadership Development



-leadership during CCA

-Combined UGs leadership camp

-Specialist programmes

-leadership during CCA

-Special Talent development programme by Arts Branch

-NCO camp


-leadership during CCA

-plan and execute events such as inter-class sport competition


-leadership during CCA

-plan and organise intra-school events



3rd tier

Contribution to Community

-collaboration with primary schools

-collaboration with Nee Soon South CC


Our school is offering 16 CCAs in 4 categories, namely The Performing & Visual Arts, Sports & Games, Uniformed Groups and Clubs & Societies. All students are compulsory to take up at least one CCA in their secondary school life. 



LEAPS 2.0 grading system


CCA







Clubs & SocietiesPerforming & Visual ArtsPhysical SportsUniform Groups
Art ClubChoirBasketballGirl Guides
InfoComm ClubDanceNetballNational Cadet Corps
Service Library ClubEnglish DramaSepak TakrawNational Police Cadet Corps

Symphonic BandSoccerSt John Brigade
  Table Tennis 

  

Sec 1 CCA Allocation Process

CCA Allocation Process

Date

CCA Selection by booking slot

Week 2 & 3 (11 Jan to 21 Jan 2021)

Submission of CCA Option Form online

27 Jan 2021 (Wed)

Release of Sec 1 CCA Result

5 Feb 2021 (Fri) by Form Teachers

Appeal

8 Feb 2021(Mon) 2.30pm in MPH

Start of Sec 1 CCA

8 Feb – 5 Mar 2021

Submission of CCA Transfer Form(if any)

1 Mar 2021 (Mon) 2.30pm in MPH

Confirmation of CCA

Term 2 Week 1