Athletics

  • Athletics

Teachers in Charge

Mr Goh Siwei

Miss  Vanessa

Mdm Rosnah

CCA Schedule

Every Monday

2 pm - 4 pm

About Us

The objective of our CCA is to provide the pupils with an opportunity to learn basic track & field skills as well as enable pupils to develop their motor skills in a fun and safety manner. Under the guidance of the coach, the pupils learn to run, hop, throw and jump in activities suitable to their age and well-being.

 

Pupils will have the opportunity to compete participate in the national competition, which has been revamped recently to suit the pupils’ needs.

Our Objectives

Athletics CCA is a platform for pupils to learn the basic fundamentals of Track & Field as well as valuable life skills such as perseverance, working hard, not being afraid to fail, being a good team-mate and setting achievable goals. Winning medals is not the focus of our CCA but rather, the journey of giving your best, doing your best and achieving your best. Athletics CCA comprises of the Athletics .

Experiences/Performances

  • 2019 60th National Primary School Track & Field Championships
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The team participated in the 60th Primary School National Track & Field competition. This year marks the beginning of the new format for the Junior Division whereby the emphasis is more on pupils performing multiple skills that caters to children their age instead of the traditional Track & Field events. Our Athletics Development pupils were given the opportunity to represent the school in the events of this new format while our Athletics School team members continued to participate in the traditional events.

The pupils performed to the best of their abilities and managed to make the school proud by being able to compete with the best the country has to offer. A special mention goes out to David Sassarak of 5 Integrity, who finished a credible 11th out of 16th in the 600m C Boys Finals, with a personal best timing of 1 min 59.85 secs while Zosia Watkins of 5 Honesty managed to make it to the 200m C Girls semi-finals, running a personal best of 32.45 secs.

 

You can read the team’s achievements by clicking on the link below:

https://nsg.rjcat.com/pritrack_2019/ss_home.php?mypage=result/zzschool-oep.htm

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Character Development

Pupils will learn valuable life skills such as perseverance, working hard, not being afraid to fail, being a good team-mate and setting achievable goals.

Winning medals is not the focus of our CCA but rather, the journey of giving your best, doing your best and achieving your best.

Achievements

2018 59th National Primary School Track & Field Championships

  • A Division 600m Boys – Wu Junhao (1st)
  • A Division 300m Boys – Wu Junhao (2nd)
  • A Division 100m Girls – Alyssa Maxene Berongoy (1st)
  • A Division 200m Girls – Alyssa Maxene Berongoy (4th)
  • B Division 600m Girls – Olivia Hornsleth (1st)
  • C Division 600m Girls – Aimee O’Toole (9th)
  • D Division 600m Boys – David Sassarak (6th)
  • D Division 100m Girls – Zosia Watkins (14th)
  • D Division 200m Girls – Zosia Watkins (15th)

2017 58th National Primary School Track & Field Championships

  • B Division 100m Boys – Davide Justin Rosetto (9th)
  • D Division 600m Girls – Nicole Philip (9th)

 

 

2016 57th National Primary School Track & Field Championships

  • A Division 300m Boys – Song Yuze (3rd)
  • A Division 600m Boys – Song Yuze (3rd)
  • C Division 100m Boys – Davide Justin Rossetto (1st)
  • C Division 200m Boys – Davide Justin Rossetto (1st) (28:36-NR)
  • D Division 300m Girls – Olivia Hornsleth (2nd)
  • D Division 200m Girls – Olivia Hornsleth (8th)