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SLS Support for Home-based Learning
Co-curricular programmes play an important role in the provision of a holistic education to pupils. Through Co-curricular programmes, we hope to nurture leaders of characters who are not just sound in moral values but also possess non-academic qualities such as leadership, teamwork, passion and compassion in human endeavour.
Thus through the provision of Co-curriculum programmes in school, we hope to engage the pupils in their area of talent and potential and help to develop their non-academic qualities through the following platforms:
- A thriving sports culture, which nurtures a love for sports and
- develops sportswomen.
- A spirit of adventure, which nurtures a love for outdoor activities.
- A vibrant arts culture, which nurtures a love for the arts & develops artistes.
CCAs offered in Cedar Girls can be classified into the following categories:
- Sports and Games
- Uniformed Groups
- Performing Arts
- Clubs and Societies