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National Police Cadet Corps



To develop cadets for 21st century


  • Annual parade
  • NPCC Camp
  • Games

Plans for 2019

  • Pulau Ubin Camp Sec 2
  • School Camp Sec 1
  • Camp Craft Competition

CCA Schedule & CCA Venue

Every Tuesdays and Thursdays (3 pm to 5 pm)

Parade Square / Classroom C2-01,02, C3-01,02


Ms Cheong Wei Yuen

Mr Loh Chee Teng

Ms Jolene Ng Yun Shi

Ms Siti Syafiqah Bte Wahid

Ms Belinda Chew Wan Kuan

CCA Leaders

President: Izzul (3N3)

Vice President: Fasihah (3E4)

Lower Sec Leader 1: Izzul (3N3)

Lower Sec Leader 2: Fasihah (3E4)

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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.

"The cadets to strive to be the best in whatever they set to do"

                                                                                - Mr Low Kia Sin

"Leaders with characters and values"

                                                                                - Ms Siti Syafiqaah Bte Wahid

"Discipline and Resilience are the key to becoming good servants of the country"

                                                                                  - Mr Loh Chee Teng

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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.

"Team work is the key to be success!"

                                                                                  - Izzul (3N3)

"We need to make Singapore the safest country"

                                                                                 - Fasihah (3E4)

"We need to bond together to know more about each other's personalities"

                                                                                 - Irfan Shazwan (2T1)

"We believe that in order to be alert on emergencies we should have more communication."

                                                                                   - Isabelle Koh (2T1)