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NCC

Teachers in Charge:

 

Mr Terence Tan (IC)

Tan_eu-yi@schools.gov.sg

Mr Tan Li Chun (2IC)

Tan_li_chun@schools.gov.sg

Mr Eddie Pang

Pang_kar_loon_eddie@schools.gov.sg

Mr Louis Wang

Wang_xianglin@schools.gov.sg

 

VALS/Cadet Officers:

Tan Yong Hao

 

Days of Training:

Friday

2pm-6pm


Venue:

Parade Square

Car Park

Amphitheatre

Classrooms

 

Student Leaders

 

Cadet Leaders Appointment

 

USM – Wong Jun Kang

ASM – Wong Jing Heng

 

 

S1 – Hunter Tan

S2 – Lau Shi Song

S3 – Colin Ng

S4 – Nasrul

DY S1 – Keagan Hu

DY S2 – Darren Wey

DY S3 – Divyesh

DY S4 – How Ming Hui

DY S1 – Darius Poh

 

 

DY S4 – Goh Bing Heng

 

 

PS A – Lee Xuan

PS B – Lim Zi Hao

APS A – Tan Bang Kai

APS B – Benedict Chia

APS A – Leong Jun How

APS B – Leong Jun Kiat

 

Zhonghua Secondary School National Cadet Corps (NCC) has done the school proud by achieving our 23rd consecutive Gold Unit Award in the Best Unit Competition (BUC) for 2017. The National Cadet Corps (NCC) syllabus this year has placed greater emphasis on fitness. Our cadets have been participating actively in fitness events organised by HQ NCC, such as Fitness Challenge and NCC Sports and Games day. Through these activities, the cadets built a sense of camaraderie and teamwork on top of pushing their fitness limits.

 

Other than HQ activities, our unit’s programmes build our cadets’ confidence and social skills. Activities such as airsoft rifle firing, dragonboat experience, orienteering games, camouflage hide-and-seek, outfield cooking, and reconnaissance and surveillance keep our cadets active and engaged.

 

Congratulations to all our NCC Cadets for flying the Zhonghua flag high again this year!

 

Key NCC Programmes:

§  CAMP FORGE – To instill core values sand self-discipline as well as to build the character and confidence of junior cadets.

§  CAMP STEEL – To instill leadership skills as well as to build the character and confidence of Senior Cadets through military-related activities.

§  Specialist Course – To allow Cadet Leaders to enhance their instructional abilities in organising, conducting and executing Individual Field Craft, Technical Handling of SAR21 Weapon and Physical Fitness.

§  Senior Specialist Course- To allow cadet leaders to enhance their instructional abilities in organising, conducting and executing some form of parades and ceremonies at their School Units.

§  International Cadet Exchange Programme (ICEP) to other countries such as USA, Australia, Brunei and Thailand.

§  National Heritage – To instill a sense of awareness of the importance in defending Singapore from external threats.

§  Survival Course – To provide cadets with the basic knowledge and survival skills in sustaining life in wilderness.




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