Secondary school CCA points.

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Secondary school CCA points.

Postby asdasdasd300 » Mon Nov 29, 2010 10:24 pm

Will the school be able to take away my daughter's cca point if she did not go for her cca?

My daughter has around 20 CCA points now.
She does not want to go for her CCA anymore.

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Postby twilight » Wed Dec 01, 2010 4:27 pm

The points accumulated will be nullified if your attendance is less than 75%. Can't remember the exact details though.

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Re: Secondary school CCA points.

Postby justsay » Wed Dec 08, 2010 7:00 pm

asdasdasd300 wrote:Will the school be able to take away my daughter's cca point if she did not go for her cca?

My daughter has around 20 CCA points now.
She does not want to go for her CCA anymore.


For more details, check out the link.

http://www3.moe.edu.sg/ccab/branch/LEAP ... s_2006.pdf

Participation

Points are awarded for participation in the main CCA with at least 75%
attendance rate. Points are also awarded for participation in intraschool
activities, school performance, SYF Opening Ceremony (outdoor
events) and National Day Parade. Only the highest points awarded for
the main CCA and 2 other activities will be totalled up. The maximum
awarded is 10 points.
For pupils with an attendance rate of 50% - 74%, the CCA points
scored for the year will not be computed. However, CCA points
accumulated in earlier years can be retained for computation when the
pupil rejoins a CCA and fulfils the 75% attendance rate criterion.
An attendance rate of less than 50%, except for medical reasons, would
constitute a break in the CCA and all points accumulated up to and
including that year would be annulled.

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