Co-curricular activities ensure that each pupil has a
balanced range of experiential learning experiences. Through
CCAs, students get to participate in various competitions,
overseas trips, workshops and performances.
The vision, mission, and goals of the RGS CCA Programme are:
- Daughters of exemplary character who embody community
- To be active creators of a better community for all
- To develop model character and leadership
- To foster team and school spirit
- To nurture talents and potential
The CCA Programme at RGS comprises three components, namely
- participation in a Main CCA
- contribution to House
- cultivation of a broader appreciation for other CCAs as
a spectator, an audience, or participant.
CCAs in RGS aim to build resilience, deep passion for
specific interest areas as well as leadership and teamwork. As
CCAs are more experiential by nature, the learning in CCA
frequently provides a balanced range of experiential learning
opportunities that help develop a strong and healthy body
through participation in games, uniformed groups, competitions,
overseas trips and workshops.
In RGS, there are a total of 44 CCAs to cater to pupils'
talents and interests. There are four categories of CCAs in RGS:
Sports, Performing Arts, Uniformed Groups and Clubs & Societies.
In order to develop the full potential of our pupils, there
is a quota in the number of members a CCA can offer. All pupils
are required to have 1 Main CCA, and a pupil may take a second
CCA only if she has demonstrated high ability in it, as well as
commitment to that CCA in terms of good attendance,
participation in CCA activities and involvement in training.
Click here to see the list of CCAs.