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Volleyball (Girls)

Teachers in Charge

  • Mdm Zahra
  • Mr Hoo Boon Piang
  • Mdm Wang Shiying

CCA Schedule
Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:00pm to 6:00pm

Venue
Indoor Sports Hall Level 2

CCA Leaders (Year 2022)

‘B’ Division Girls

 

Captain

Chayann Kua (S3-E2)

Vice–Captain  

Lee Jolyn (S3-E4)

 

Clarice Yeo (S3-E1)

‘C’ Division

 

Captain

Blaise Avril Marcelino Ulanimo (S2-H)

Vice–Captain  

Germaine Tan Hui Wen (S2-F)

 

Putri Syirin Muhd Salman (S2-G)

Awards and Achievements
2019 - 2021
Top 4 in NSG East Zone Tournaments

Motto / Values
One Team, One Dream

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Skills and Knowledge
Besides being equipped with fundamental ball-handling skills, all JYSS Volleyball players will learn to apply their skills at any position of play either in recreational or competitive levels of play. The trainings aim to bring players’ skills progressively to the next level. Players will concurrently learn basic gameplay and be given opportunities to apply their knowledge and skills at friendlies or competitions. 

Character Development
Values of good sportsmanship include teamwork, discipline, objective communication and resilience are applicable and crucial both on and off-court. Our training, first and foremost, focus on character-building and instilling these values in a safe and fun space.

Student-initiated CCA Website
https://sites.google.com/moe.edu.sg/teamjyssvb/home

Testimonials from Past and Present Members/Leaders
“Joining volleyball taught me more than just skills. It taught me to have discipline and team spirit. When we or our teammates make a mistake, we will encourage each other and say things like ‘isok’ and ‘jiayous’ . Joining the CCA also allowed me to widen my social circle and learn how to manage my time well. I hope that many juniors will join volleyball to enjoy the sport and to learn values such as resilience and discipline.” #Alysha 5N1 2021

"Honestly I did not expect myself to come this far in volleyball so I am very pleasantly surprised. I am very grateful for all my teammates especially my captain, Syarafina, as she taught me a lot of things about responsibility or just how to be a leader so I am very thankful. I am also very grateful and thankful to my teammates as I learnt to be more patient and learn to keep my feelings professional." #sylvia 4E2 2022

"Volleyball has helped me be more disciplined and going for training sessions does not seem like a drag or a chore. I made many new friends from all the different classes and we all support each other and have fun during training sessions. I am proud of everyone in the CCA in trying their best and having fun together! " #chuanxin 3E2 2022

"Ever since I joined volleyball. It really changed how I really looked at it. Being able to unleash my skills that I learnt and use it well. It really impacted me both physically and mentally as I grew more stronger with every exercise that I did and also believing in myself. I also had the chance to meet new teammates and was able to bond well with them. Volleyball gave me the confidence and strength I needed to excel in whatever I do! :) " #chayann 3E2 2022

Our Journey



Our CCA Experiences


Our East Zone Competition Journey (2021)



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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)