Cross-Country / Track and Field

Track & Field 02Mission
To cultivate the love of our sport by uniting passionate and driven athletes

Vision
Running as a family every step of the way. Throwing our worries away every single day. We’ll jump over obstacles, so come what may.

Our Philosophy: To bring out every athlete’s potential, developing character, mental resilience and meet to life’s demands with tenacity.

Objective: Every child is given the opportunity to be pushed to his/her limits, to feel a sense of accomplishment, in the pursuit in achieving their goals. To learn that results can only be achieved over time through hard work and to learn how to balance studies with an active participation in their CCA.

We aim to have every athlete able to discover their potential, strengths and gain life-long experiences that they can apply in every aspect of their life – be it resilience, time-management and a sustained interest in maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

The Track and Field team has gone ahead to make its mark in various competitions and events, and stands by a strong training programme for the team.  Leaders will be nominated to attend the Youth Leadership Training Camp.

Opportunities to:
1. Work with track teams from other schools
2. Work with the National Sporting Association (Singapore Athletics Association).
3. Meet with International Track Athletes and Local National Athletes.
4. Enter various competitions for all disciplines and all ages (not limited to just school team members).
5. Participate in Values In Action programmes like working with disadvantaged children and raising awareness for organisations.
6. Leadership positions available for both senior and junior high levels.

Year 1 Exposure at CAFÉ, Advanced CAFE. Students are exposed to the 5 elements of Track & Field: Sprints, Hurdles, Throws, Jumps, Distance Running.
Year 2 Students are allowed to try out the different elements and opportunities to take part in competitions at local school level against other schools are given. Specialisation in their events is optional.
Optional for them to take part in VIA projects planned by seniors.
Year 3 Students are advised to start specialising in their events under coaches and teachers’ recommendations. They will then represent the college in the National Inter-School Track & Field/Cross-Country Championships (two separate competitions).
Be a part of VIA projects planned by seniors.
Year 4 Students are taught to cope with the challenges faced academically and together with training sessions.
Target setting in achievements for events intending to specialise in. Students will represent college in National Inter-School Championships and also in local school level competitions.
Plan and execute VIA projects together with Year 5 students.
Year 5 & 6 Students are expected to have good moral grounding to be role models to their junior members. Apart from aiming for sports excellence in their own events, the senior members are expected to help guide and coach their junior members.
Students will represent college in National Inter-School Championships and also in local school level competitions.
Plan and execute VIA projects together with Year 4 students.