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Co-Curricular Activities

As part of the school’s effort to provide a holistic education for our students, all P3 to P6 students are strongly encouraged to join a CCA. Through active participation in the CCAs, they will learn life skills such as confidence, perseverance and resilience.


We have a range of CCAs covering four broad areas namely, physical sports, clubs and societies, visual and performing arts, and uniformed groups. Students learn life and social skills during the CCA sessions. We hope they will pick up the skills necessary for life-long pursuit if they choose to. Participation in CCAs gives them an opportunity to discover their talent or interest in the non-academic aspect of their education.


Since 2010, we have embarked on a Modular CCA Programme to give students even more opportunities to experience a range of CCAs throughout their primary education at CHIJ (Katong) Primary. They get to change CCA every semester where they pick up new skills and make new friends!


Students who have very strong inclination / aptitude towards a certain CCA will be invited to join the school developmental teams where they can further hone their skills through customized training programme. These students may be selected to represent the school in the National School Games or the Singapore Youth Festival.

Our School Policy

P3 to P6 students are strongly encouraged to join *one CCA. P6 students will be required to participate in CCAs only in Semester 1.


*As there are more vacancies in Semester 2, students may take up a 2nd CCA in Semester 2 (provided the schedules do not clash). Parents are to make a written request, via email to the HOD PE/CCA.


Under the Modular CCA, students will participate in two different CCAs per year, one per semester.


Under the Non-Modular CCA, each student will be required to remain in the CCA throughout the whole year or until Primary 6 (Semester 1).

Change of CCA

Parents may write to the HOD PE/CCA for request of change of CCA due to medical reason.

CCA Attendance

An explanation in written form from parents, or a medical certificate issued by a doctor is required to be submitted to the teacher-in-charge whenever a student fails to attend a session.

Transport Arrangement

Parents will have to make their own transport arrangement after CCAs.

Co-curricular Activities 2023

Clubs & Societies
Visual & Performing Arts
Uniformed Group
Home Crafts Club
Arts Club
Artistic Gymnastics
Innovation Club

Netball Junior
Science/Math Club


Dance Xposure!

Sports Club

Dance SYF


Handbells Ensemble

Track & Field