Co-curricular activities (CCAs), previously known as Extracurricular Activities (ECA) are non-academic activities that all students must participate in. It’s a a means to enhance social interaction, leadership, healthy recreation, self-discipline and self-confidence.
Through CCAs, students in their early teens are often given actual public responsibilities. Red Cross and Boy’s Bridgade members, for example, are often required to render first aid at public events. Most uniformed groups require precision, management and organisational skills, providing training to prepare students for the outside world.
- Some CCA’s impose a coaching fee based on type of CCA
- Students choose at least one CCA according to the available CCA activities every term
- CCA’s are conducted on school days for one hour after school ends at 2.20pm
- Ukulele (musical)
- Songs, drama, dance
- Writing and speaking
- Boys’/ girls’ brigade
- Board games
- Sports and games
- Art & craft