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Brief Introduction

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Robotics Club

(AM)                                     Lim Wee Ming                     Mr Liew Jiunn Shyong            Mdm Loh Seow Hwei             Firdawati  

Miss Alice Chua (HOD ICT)

Robotics Club is a CCA which enables our members to demonstrate their creativity and problem-solving skills through experimenting with robotics. During weekly activity, our members are given different missions to complete. Then, they will design, build and programme the Robots to complete the missions. The design of missions aims to inculcate in our members the importance of Teamwork, Respect, Responsibility and Resilience.
Besides Lego NXT and EV3, this year, we also collaborated with school of Science and Technology (SST) during June school holiday to introduce Micro:Bit coding to 2 groups of our members to increase their exposure to coding.

Our teams achieved 2nd and 3rd positions in the line-tracing category for Asia-Pacific Youth Robotics Competition 2016 and 2nd position in the Grand Prix (Primary) event during the Singapore National Cospace and Robomaker Challenge 2016.


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ICT Club

(AM)                                     Siti Aishya 
Mr Zhou Xiao Feng

Miss Alice Chua (HOD ICT)

In ICT Club, we aim to equip our pupils with the skills of using software to do video editing and animation etc. 

Through these ICT training sessions, we hope to enhance our pupils' creative abilities and improve their research and presentation skills. 

Recently, we have also begun to equip pupils with the basic skills on how to make simple games.

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Drama Club 

Ms Neo Eng Leng (CCA Head)
Tan Lea NAh          

Ms Lua Seow Chin

Ms Ellen Ang (HOD EL)

 Drama Club aims at developing pupils' creativity and fluency in speech and expression. Through the practices, pupils develop self-confidence and competent speaking skills.
 There are many opportunities for the pupils to participate in school events and through these performance, pupils develop competent speech and drama skills. 
Pupils also learn important school values such as resilience, responsibility and teamwork.

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(AM)                                     Ms Ng Ngin Huay(CCA Head)
Mr Gao Yuan

Mdm Chua Lay Kwan

Mr Lim Kian Tiong (HOD CL)
Mr Wong Phua Hang
(HOD Special Projects)





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      Christian Fellowship 

(AM)                                     Kelly Wang

Pr Sally Pak

Mr Tan Leng Khoon
Christian Fellowship is a CCA that aims to develop pupils emotionally, morally and spiritually. The weekly programme includes singspiration, biblical messages followed by activities like games, group discussions, craftwork, project planning and presentation and Community Outreach.