National Cadet Corps (Land)
The mission of the National Cadet Corps is to develop resourceful, responsible, resilient, loyal leaders and team players through fun and challenging military related activities.
Through the weekly trainings, camps and activities conducted by HQ NCC and school teachers, the cadets develop and demonstrate the core values of NCC: Loyalty to Country, Uprightness, Leadership, Discipline, Commitment & Responsibility and Care for Fellow Cadets. The activities by HQ and school are also aligned to the following NCC Framework:
Junyuan Secondary NCC is committed to instilling the NCC core values in all our cadets and stresses a rigorous student- centred and student-led curriculum in developing leaders of calibre, and champions for the community.
Serve with Pride and dedication
Plans for the CCA
To be more proactive in the community.
To always stay strong and united as a unit.
CCA Schedule & CCA venue
Every Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2.45 pm to 5.30pm
1. Mdm Nur Asyikin
2. Mr Seong Then Yee
3. Mr Kelvin Kim
4. Mdm Noor Khairin
5. Ms Goh Ming Min
CCA Leaders (Year 2021)
1. Unit Seargent Major (CCA Chair): Muhd Izz Matin (3E3)
2. Assistant Unit Seargent Major (CCA Vice): Haris Koon (3E1)
Unit Recognition Award:
Best Unit Competition Awards:
(a) Fitness Challenge 2017 - 2nd
(b) Shooting Competition (Girls) 2015 - National 5th Cadet Leaders Team, National 4th Senior Cadets Team
Shooting Competition (Girls) 2016 - National 2nd Senior Cadets Team
(c) Fitness Challenge (Mixed) 2017 - National 1st Runners-Up, National Finalist
(d) Sports & Games (Girls Soccer) – Land District 1st Place / National Finalist
Sports & Games (Girls Frisbee) – Land District 4th Place / National Finalist
"Tough times don't last but tough people do"
- Mdm Nur Asyikin
"Teamwork is the key to success"
- Miss Tan Bao Fang
"If you take responsibility for yourself, you will develop a hunger to accomplish your dreams"
- Mr Ng Chee Kian
"It takes both sides to build a bridge"
- Muhammad Zul Erfan (3N1, USM 2018)
"Leaders never use the word failure. They look up on setbacks as learning experience"
- Noor Artika (3N3, ASM 2018)
"Success is nothing more than a few simple discipline, practiced everyday"
- Mohammad Hazrul (2N1, 2018)
" Preparing for the future"
- Lee Yong An (2N1)