- Ms Qu Cai Yan (I/C)
- Mdm Zhao Xiu Min
Significant Contributions / Awards:
- In early 2014, 4 students have represented our school participating in the 10th National Inter-School Wushu Championship 2014.
- Among them, Ang Cheng Hao (Class 2D) has achieved 12th and 13th position in two events.
- Our wushu team also participated in 2014 Chinese New Year celebration which impressed the school with their wonderful performance.
- In early 2012, 5 students participated in the 8th Inter-School Wushu Championships and achieved a better result than in 2011.
- On 11 March 2012, wushu students performed in Queenstown Community Center and received positive feedback on their performance
- On 25 March 2012, wushu students served the elderly in a communal lunch in Queenstown Community Centre.
More Information about the CCA
Wushu provides opportunities for students to strengthen their physical body, serve the community and society, participate in National level competition, and develop their confidence and performance in various school events.
Wushu is a fun and enjoyable sport that allows us to enhance our physical capabilities and learn more about Chinese martial arts. We are able to improve ourselves with the routine physical training. We also organize some games occasionally to help the students relax and have fun. Other than having activities inside the school compound, our CCA also gives our students the opportunity to take part in activities outside of school.
Other than having activities inside the school compound, our CCA also gives our students the opportunity to take part in activities outside of school. For example, earlier this year, some of us took part in the Chinese New Year performance, performing different kind of martial arts with weapons on the stage.
Though our training maybe tough at times, this enhances our flexibility. Though Wushu sounds like a serious sport, there are laughter and joys at times, interacting with one another, focusing on teamwork and building a strong bond among each other. Hence, we strongly encouraged others to consider taking Wushu as a sport or as a form of exercising, helping to keep the body fit.
Camps / Activities
During the March school holidays, we had a 2-day-1-night wushu camp where wushu students developed their team spirit through a myriad of activities.
The students train twice a week, (Monday and Wedesday afternoon, from 330 to 6 pm ,in school hall) and a sense of respect and resilience has been instilled in them.
In the school’s Aesthetics Night 2012, wushu students will perform a martial arts show titled Dragon-and-Tiger Fight. We look forward to their exceptional performance on stage.
Song Jun Wei Benetton is our captain and Nigel Loh Weien is our vice -captain. They care for others, respect others and have done a good example for the juniors.
Monday: 3 pm to 6 pm