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Co-Curricular Activities (CCA)

CCA in General

      • Co-Curricular Activities (CCAs) is a non-academic activity that all students must undertake as part of their education outside of official school hours. 

      • They are only introduced from Primary 3 onwards and is optional, not compulsory. 

      • These activities are crucial as they offer supplementary opportunities for your child to explore their interests or develop them into hobbies like art or dance. 

      • It is a key component of students’ holistic education. Through CCA, students discover their interests and talents. 

      • Students develop their character, learn values, social emotional competencies and skills to prepare them for future challenges.


      • Our PCPS CCA Framework allows Primary 3 students to undergo Exposure, Understanding & Appreciation in their chosen CCAs. 

      • Students can choose from any of these 4 categories: 
        • Clubs and Societies – Environmental Science, Infocomm Technology 
        • Physical Sports – Health & Fitness, Modular CCA (Sports) 
        • Uniformed Groups – Scouts 
        • Visual and Performing Arts – Art & Crafts, Choir, Modern Dance, English Language Literary & Debating Society 

      • CCAs are conducted once a week, every Tuesday or Thursday, 2pm to 4pm. 

      • Home-going arrangement after CCA need to be made by parents, respectively.

      • For Modular CCA (Sports), students will experience 4 different sports in a rotational manner: Badminton, Basketball, Floorball and Football.

      • In Primary 4, students who took Modular CCA in Primary 3 will be given a choice to select one of the 4 sports as their main CCA.

      • In the event of Blended Learning, CCA sessions can be conducted in 2 ways: Face-to-face or eCCA.

      • Face-to-face means students will attend the 2-hour sessions in person.
      • eCCA is a 1-hour online session done via SLS or Zoom.