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In CHIJ (Kellock), Co-Curricular Activities are an integral part of the holistic education and contribute a great deal towards achieving MOE’s Desired Outcomes of Education. CCAs help to nurture in students' qualities like resilience, confidence, perseverance, teamwork and discipline which develop strength of character that will enable them to better adapt and thrive in a rapidly changing world.

CCA POLICY 2020

CCAs are an integral part of the holistic education that contribute a great deal towards achieving the Kellock Girl Outcomes (KGOs). CCAs allow students to discover their interests and talents while developing character strengths through the variety of experience, enabling them to better adapt and thrive in a rapidly changing world.

At Kellock, All Primary 4 to Primary 6 students MUST participate in one school-based CCA. 
Attendance is compulsory at every CCA session. If a student is absent from CCA, her absence must be covered by a letter of excuse from the parents or a medical certificate.

Students are expected to achieve a minimum of 80% of CCA attendance for the year.
Students are strongly encouraged to stay in the same CCA till graduation from Primary 6. Any request for change of CCA is subject to approval on a case-by-case basis. The following documents need to be submitted to SH/PE & CCA for review: 
1) Letter or Email request, together with a medical certificate stating the medical condition which hinders the continuation in the student’s current CCA. 
2) Completed Request for Change of CCA Form (if request is approved)

Talent Development CCAs (P3 – P6)
Primary 2 students will go through a selection trial/audition in either May or November, thereafter, selected students will be invited to join the Talent Development CCA (Training Squad). Upon accepting the offer, students will have to commit to the training programme (Training Squad) for 1 or 1.5 years. Towards the end of Primary 3, teachers-in-charge and coaches/instructors will assess the students based on aptitude and their learning progress for the year. Students will then be advised to either remain in the Talent Development CCA or choose a recreational CCA in Primary 4.

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P3 CCA Selection Exercise
At Primary 3, students who are not in a Talent Development CCA will participate in the CCA selection exercise. To help the students identify their area of interest/potential and for them to make informed decision together with their parents on which CCA to enroll in, the school conducts: 

(1) P3 Sampler CCA

This is an opportunity for students to try out recreational CCAs that are offered in the school. 

 
(2) P3 CCA Day

As part of the post- P3 End- of- Year Examination, P3 students will get another chance to experience some hands-on activities from the various recreational CCAs. CCA leaders from these recreational CCAs will also be sharing their experiences of the respective CCAs with them. 

Thereafter, students who are not in a Talent Development CCA will participate in a CCA selection exercise. They are required to select their top 4 recreational CCA choices in order of preference. 

In the event that all 4 choices of CCA choices are oversubscribed, the school will inform parents so that parents can work with their child in selecting another CCA. 


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