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Volleyball (Girls)


Motto

One Team One Dream


Plans for the CCA

The team aims to enjoy playing volleyball and build strong friendship amongst team mates. The team also aims to apply their values and skills learned in their lives and their academic pursuits.


CCA Schedule & CCA Venue

Every Tuesday and Thursday (3.00 pm – 5.30 pm)

ISH Level 2


Teachers-In-Charge

1. Mdm Sharifa Fatimahtuzahhra

2. Mr Hoo Boon Piang

3. Mdm Gan Juok Sia

CCA Leaders (Year 2020)

Upper Secondary:

1. Captain:   Agnes Ho (3N1)

2. Vice- Captain:   Chloe Tee (3E4)

3. Vice-Captain:   Goh Shi Hui (3E2)

Lower Secondary:

1. Captain:  Nur Syarafina (2E1)

2. Vice- Captain:  Chua En Hui (2E2)


Awards/Achievements


East Zone ‘B’ Division Girls Volleyball Championships 2019 - 4th




Our Journey



Our teachers are the pillars of our CCA. They plan various activities for our CCA members to further develop our strengths in order to help us achieve our full potential.

"Nobody said it would be easy, they only say it will be worth it."

- Miss Thng Wei Wei


"It's all about the journey, not the outcome."

- Mdm Chia Boh Peng


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Our members are the important building blocks of our CCA. Each and every one of us have something to contribute, and our part to play. As we grow and develop, we become stronger and so does our CCA.

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"One team, one dream."

 - Chloe Chan En Qi (4N2, 2020)


"One for all, all for one"

- Tan Si Jia Germaine (4E3, 2019)









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"I enjoy volleyball as our team has good teamwork because we all enjoy playing volleyball with one another. We do reprimanded for our mistakes but it's for us to learn and improve." 

                                                             - Myeisha (4N3,2021)








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"I enjoy our cca as our team bonds really well together although we make mistakes. However, at the end of the day we will improve with guidance from our teachers and coach."

 - Ariel (1E4, 2018)