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National Cadet Corps (Girls)
National Cadet Corps (NCC) Girls aims to nurture young leaders with resilience and discipline. Various kinds of training in areas like individual marksmanship, live range shooting, kayaking and taekwondo help us to build perseverance, develop our skills and forge bonds within the company. In 2019, we obtained a Distinction Award in Unit Recognition and emerged third in the National Freestyle Drills Competition besides being placed among the top three teams in both B and C Divisions in the Poomsae Competition at the Taekwondo National School Games. We will persevere to become confident leaders!
Ong Yu Xin Elene (Class 304), Unit Sergeant Major
SSG Reena Khoo Li Xuan (Class 306), Assistant Sergeant Major
Freestyle Drill Team 2017 Overall Champions!
We are proud to be able to obtain the Gold Award in the annual Best Unit Competition (BUC). NCC BUC is an assessment of the overall performance of school units in a work year. For the second time in a row, our Freestyle Drill team emerged as the overall champion at the Annual Freestyle Drill Competition 2017. In order to achieve such results, the performing team trained to put up an impactful and creative self-choreographed performance, building strong teamwork in the process.
Cadets build mental and physical
endurance as they undergo physical training and footdrill sessions. Camps
are also organised to foster bonds within the unit and with cadets from other
schools. These include NCC headquarters-based camps such as Camp Forge
and Camp Steel and also annual school camps in March and November.
Moreover, cadets take part in live range shooting with SAR 21 rifles as well as
paintball shooting. Such activities enable cadets to forge friendships
and stretch the potential of our unit.
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