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National Cadet Corps (Land) 

CCA Overview

The National Cadet Corps at Junyuan Secondary School aims to provide our students with opportunities to develop into resilient, responsible and resourceful leaders.

In NCC, our cadets are exposed to different activities such as drills, camps, activities conducted by NCC HQ. Through these activities, the students develop and demonstrate the core values of NCC: Loyalty to Country, Uprightness, Leadership, Discipline, Commitment and Responsibility and Care for Fellow Cadets.

Motto
To Serve with Pride and dedication

CCA Schedule & CCA venue
Every Tuesdays (3:00pm - 5:30pm) and Thursdays
Parade Square/Classrooms

Teachers-In-Charge
1. Mr Kelvin Kim (Overall-in-charge)
2. Mr Twang Kwang Han
3. Ms Goh Ming Min
4. Ms Goh See Larc Eunice
5. Mdm Noor Khairin


CCA Leaders (Year 2023)
1. Unit Sergeant Major (CCA Chairperson): Peh Yu Xuan Herman (4E1)
2. Assistant Unit Sergeant Major (CCA Vice Chairperson): Tan Yoong Yao Zavier (4E1)


Awards/Achievements

Unit Recognition Award:

Year

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

2022

Achievement

Distinction

Distinction

Distinction

Distinction

Distinction

Distinction


Other Awards:

  • ·         Land Orienteering Competition 2021 – 1st Place (Route 1)
  • ·         Fitness Challenge 2017 - 2nd
  • ·         Shooting Competition (Girls) 2015 - National 5th Cadet Leaders Team, National 4th Senior Cadets Team
  • ·         Shooting Competition (Girls) 2016 - National 2nd Senior Cadets Team
  • ·         Fitness Challenge (Mixed) 2017 - National 1st Runners-Up, National Finalist
  • ·         Sports & Games (Girls Soccer) – Land District 1st Place / National Finalist
  • ·         Sports & Games (Girls Frisbee) – Land District 4th Place / National Finalist



Our Journey

Highlights of our CCA



CCA Experience (through challenging times)



"Nothing is IMPOSSIBLE. The word itself says 'I'M POSSIBLE!"'
- Mr Kelvin Kim 
"A journey of a thousand miles begins with our choice to take a single step"
- Ms Goh Ming Min 
“If everyone is moving forward together, success will take care of itself”
 - Ms Eunice Goh
"Individually we are a drop, together we are an ocean"
- Mdm Noor Khairin



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Sports Competition 2021


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NCC Day 2021


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Laser Tag Activity


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Airsoft Shooting Activity




“People die if they’re killed.”
- Herman (3E1, 2022)

“Never let the odds keep you from doing what you know in your heart as you're meant to do.”
- Zavier (3E1, 2022)

“My journey as a NCC cadet was a rewarding experience. The experiences shaped me into who I am today and I will never forget the relationships and camaraderie forged with fellow cadets. NCC has provided me with many opportunities and it has helped me to step out of my comfort zone.”
– Dex (4E1, 2021)


“My journey as a NCC cadet was a rewarding experience. The experiences shaped me into who I am today and I will never forget the relationships and camaraderie forged with fellow cadets. NCC has provided me with many opportunities and it has helped me to step out of my comfort zone.”
– Dex (4E1, 2021)


“Through NCC, I’ve learnt the importance of teamwork and responsibility. I’ve opened up a lot more as there are always opportunities for me to lead and work with different people to archive a common goal.”
- Ming Ern (4E4, 2021)


“NCC has taught me on resilience. I persevere in face of challenges and it definitely feels great with what I have achieved at the end of the training.”
– Syakirah (4E3, 2021)


“NCC has given me numerous opportunities to step up and lead. I get to display values such self-discipline and initiative. NCC has also brought me closer to my fellow cadets, who slowly turned into my close friends today. Despite challenging trainings, it is encouraging and motivating when you realise that the motto, “Leave No Man Behind,” is actually what NCC is all about. No matter the challenge, nor the duration, we will always cross the finish line together!”
– Irdina (4E4, 2021)