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  1. Mdm Farhati Kamsani (Overall In-Charge)
    (In-charge of School Team, Seniors)

  2. Ms Joy Tan (2nd In-Charge)
    (Overall In-charge of Recreational Team and School Team Juniors)

  3. Mdm Lin Haizhen
    (In-charge of P6 Recreational team)

  4. Ms Jill Wong
    (In-charge of P5 Recreational team)

  5. Ms Adilah & Mdm Noordiyana
    (In-charge of P4 Recreational Team)

  6. Mdm Serene Tay Li Tze
    (In-charge of P3 Recreational Team)
CCA Overview 

Netball is a non-contact sport. Netball helps the girls to improve in their hand-eye-coordination and motor skills.  The game of netball emphasises on teamwork and allows the girls to develop social skills. Unlike basketball, the game of netball does not allow any individual player to operate independently. Many of the player positions in netball are restricted to less than half the court. Therefore, the netball team focuses on teamwork to be able to attack, defend and score goals.

The girls learn the basic rules and different skills needed to play netball. Some of skills include:
  • Passing and throwing
  • Footwork
  • Shooting
  • Attacking
  • Defending
CCA Objectives 
The CCA aims to nurture individuals who:
  1. can play the sport well.
  2. are good team players by being able to communicate well and understand that teamwork is important in order for them to achieve their goals.
CCA Schedule
Recreational Team
Day Level Time Venue
Mondays P3-P6 7.30am – 9.30 am Indoor Sports Hall Level 1 and 3

School Team
Day Level Time Venue
Mondays Senior and Junior

7.30am – 9.30 am Indoor Sports Hall Level 3
2pm – 4 pm
(Senior Team)

3pm – 5 pm 
(Junior Team)
CCA Key events / Tournament period
  1. East Zone Netball Tournaments (Term 2 – Term 3)
  2. School Team Selections (End of Term 2)