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TeocheFin-chorge: Mrs Sng Mee Lion Assisting Teocher: Mdm Ton Seow Ljng Chief Writer: Lynetie ieo

Studenl Leoders 2009 /2OtO: President: Felicio Toh Vice-President: Denise Koh

Studeni Leoders 2Ot0 /2O1 1 Presidenl: Joey Low Siying Vice-Presidenl: Geethonloli

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Crest / Vision

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ln Veritote Et Coritote ln Truth ond Love The college crest shows the Holy Spirit symbolised by a dove and by fire. In CJC, we are inspired and guided by this Spirit of knowing and loving. The Star, taking the form of a stylised cross, is our symbol of faith, As the star guided 'The Magi to Bethlehemi so too we, in CJC, are guided by faith in our daily lives.

The College motto 'In Veritate et Caritate' or'In Truth and Lovei means that our concern for man inspires our search for truth.

Vision CJC - o ploce of excellence in leorning ond living

Mission Building o Generotion: ln Truth & Love We cultivote in eoch young person thb skills ond ottitude to embroce chollenges wisely ond courogeously,We foster o community thot cores for the dignity of the young people,

nurturing thein to be men ond women of compossion, We brooden their vision so thot they become leoders committed to serve in foith ond with integrity,

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College Aword 20.l0

The Ministry of Educotion in its move towords holistic educotion hos broodened the definition of school success so thct it is not skewed

solely towords exominotion results. Schools thot hove ottoined commendoble ochievemenis in vorious cotegories ore given owords uqder the Mosferplon of Awords testifying to their exemplory school processes os well os excellent outcomes. Our College hos 3 owords this yeor, ottesting to the robust processes thot hove been put in ploce for the holistic development of our students.

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The CHEPISH AWAPD (Chompioning Efforts Resulting in lmproved School Heolih) recognises the college's success in estoblishing comprehensive heolth promotion

progrommes for students ond stoff through fostering good physicol, sociol ond emotionol heolth for teoching ond leorning; school orgonisotion, ethos ond environment; ond community links ond portnerships.

rhe oursrANDING DEUELOPMENT AWARD (oDA) offirms the coflege's effort in puiiing in ploce integroted processes to ochieve chorocter development. The oword is given bosed on meeting o set of evoluotion criterio, such os leodership vision ond commitment; whole-school processes ond culture of core; ond shored responsibility. Progromme comprehensiveness, effectiveness, integrotion ond infusion ore olso token into occount.

The OUISIANDING NATTONAL EDUCATION AWARD (NE) ottests to the coilege's strong, sustoinoble ond integroted processes to build o strong sense of notionol identity ond sociol responsibility. The criterlo follow two brood cotegories of the SEM fromework: Enoblers ond Results.

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occount of 'The World in Flot'ihrough on exchonge progromme with Christ Junior College, Bongolore. Besides c service leorning project with the children of o slum, these CJCions hod the privilege to drow controsting perspectives from o visit to the lnfosys Complex cnd understond 'Just in Time Operotions' of the Bosch plont in Bongolore. The success of these pilot projects for the leodership development progromme will pove the woy for more extensive leodership projects in the future. CJC's obility to continue forging oheod in cognitive ond chorocter development stems from the strong support of ihe CJC Mcnogement Committee, the CJC Alumni ond the CJC Porent Support Group (PSG), They hove given us the confidence to review our processes ond strotegic directions ond embork on new projects, They ore behind us with their expertise, finoncicl support ond most imporion|y with their proyers, We ore very blessed io hove the wider CJC

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It hos been o fulfilling yecr ond I wish to extend my oppreciotion to oll the CJC stoff. teoching ond nonteoching, the porents, the Moncgement Committee, lhe olumni cnd the porents for their involvemeni. Most importontly. I wish to thonk the siudents for being engoged ond involved, We hove greot hopes for more CJCions to moke new breokthroughs, ottoin new heights of cchievements ond leove their mork in Ieoding in Truth ond Love, Thonk you.

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Speciol Colours Aword The ieom cwcrds were given to Gotf 1-,ipnothon boong, oword wos given to Lim Wei Hoo for his outstonding Benjomin Chech), ihe Rhythmic GymnosJics Girls'rTeom ochievements in fencing, He represented Singopore in the (Rebecco Broughton, Morie Lee, AmonQo Thion, Gong Youth Olympic Gomes 2010, Huo. Andrec Moe Leong, Sim Lin), the T@mpoline Boys, This

Zone ColoursAwords The individuclowords were ottoined by Deslree Morie Lee Shi Fen (iTll) for Rhythmic Gymnostics, Chon Jun Long (2T34) ond Teo Zhe Hoo (1T15) for Judo, ond Annobelle Yee (2124) for Cross

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The Studenl Developmenl Ptogromme CJC's rigorous ocodemic progromme is supported ond enhonced by its Student Development (SD) Progromme, This progromme odopts o multi-dimensionol opprooch lo personol formotion ond chorocter development, ond oims to nurture students of the intro- ond inter-personol levels, so ihot they cre empowered to serve with integrity in the sociol, nctionol ond globol orenos, lt comprises elements of the Home Tuforiol, Personol & Sociol Skills, Civics / Notionol Educotion ond Ethics / Religion.

lhe Home Tutoriol group ossigned to eoch student seeks io give them o sense of belonging. lt olso provides them with o secure bose from which to explore ond develop self-understonding, personcl tclents ond ottitudes ond resources to leod, core ond inspire os one.

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Progromme primorily oims self-discovery, closs bonding ond

teom building, ond io improve time monogement ond sfudy skills, This yeor o committee wos formed to revomp the content ond style in which PSS lessons ore conducted. A poriiculor oreo of concern this yeor wos to encouroge o bolonced ond heolthy lifestyle. ond so specific sessions cddressed vorious diet, nutrition ond stress- ond conflictissues,

lhe Civics Syllobus of CJC is designed to horness ond Cevelop the leodership potentiol of our students ond to equip ihem with the requisite knowledge ond skills for sound decision-moking for the good of the notion. Students ore thus equipped not only with ihe fechniques cnd skills thot will enoble them to live ond work effectively nr the community: they ore olso prepored for imminent cctive engogement in ond service to the notion. Further,

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vulnerobilities in the notionol, regionol ond internotionol contexts in Notionol Educotion octivities integroted into the ,rorious ocodemic disciplines ond relevont progrommes

conducied throughout the college yeor. Finolly,

ln Ethics sessions through the iwo-yeor progromme, with the use of Socrotic questioning, video clips followed by group discussions, group presentotion ond group work, students leo rn to identify thei r level of morol development, distinguish between obsolute ond relotive morolity ond opply two morol decision moking fromeworks thot con be used to resolve ethicol dilemmos, lnterpersonol relotionships omong friends ond in the fomily ore explored os well os sociol issues of the needy ond the elderly in fhe wider community. Students olso gropple with issues concerning corporote sociol responsibility ond humon rights.

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which stimulote deeper thought ond reflection on the self, inter-personol relctionships ond socio-morol issues thot offect the globol community.

to onchor ond complete the entire formotion

to the complex reolm of religion, morolity ond ethics. Religion ond Ethics ore

process, siudents ore introduced

corollel progrommes thot cater to the Cotholic ond nonCotholic populotions of the College respectively. Both oim

'lo tronsmit sound volues ond to build strong chorocter through enquiry, study ond life opplicotion processes

ln Religion sessions, issues ore considered in the light of Cotholic principles ond teoching. This is on ovenue for Cotholic students ond those who ore interested in the foith io explore the mystery of God's love in their lives ond to oppreciote more fully the chollenge ond power of living Gospelvolues in the doily choices ond moroldilemmos'life presents.This is the third yeor the JCl Religion progromme hos been conducted by teocher-focilitotors in Retreotstyle moss sessions in the college ouditorium. Sessions brought students on o journey of discovery of their identity os Sons ond Doughters of God, mode in God's imoge ond likeness, ond chollenged how they live this identity in relotion to others in the fomily ond friendship circles cs well os in the wider society ond the humon fomily. Religion ond Ethics orgonised joint sessions for certoin topics. For instonce, the Breoking Down Borriers progromme on sexuolity wos conducted in colloborotion with Fei Yue Fomily Sociol Services for JCls. while morol decisionmoking, with the focus on sexuoliiy ond beginning- ond end-of-life issues, wos oddressed in ponel presentotions ond by guest speokers in JC2, Students in JC2 olso tockled

ethicol perspectives on science ond technology, the Advonced Mediccl Directive ond euthonosio in o seminor orgonised in colloborotion with the English Deportment. The JCI ond JC2 phoses of the Religion progromme culminoted in seporote onnuol retreots for the respective cohorts, The JCls reflected on the yeor's leorning ond experience ihrough the lens of lJohn 3:"I, the love of God lovished on oll, JC2s reviewed the entire Religion Coiholic Junior College Annuol 2010

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Progrcmme with o reflection on their response to the chollenge of the Gospel to be prophetic witnesses in the world, There wos good porticipotion in both retreots ond time for proyerful reflection. At College level, ihe Religion Progromme olso celebroted importont dotes in the Liturgicol Colendor, with speciol sessions to mork Holy Thursdoy ond mosses for Ash Wednesdoy ond the Feosts of All Soints ond All Souls. Moss wos olso celebroted regulorly by the College Choploin. Fr Leslie Roj, three times o week throughout the yeor,

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The full SD Progromme therefore is o holistic one thot respects the complexity of the humon person, lt recognises, offirms ond seeks to nurture students in their intellectuol, psychologicol, sociol ond spirituol dimensions. Together with the ocodemic curriculum the SD Progromme prepores students to toke their ploces in the world with confidence ond hope ond to serve in truth ond love.


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Service Leqrning Progromme Cushioned by the sofe confines of on environment they hove grown up in

ond ore fcmilior with, mony people do not reolise they possess unique, innote chorocteristics thot con serve to help others, The college hopes to provide opportunities both locol ond overseos for our students to serve the

lorger community in the hope thot iheir experience con ignite ond fuel o desire to help the less fortunote, This yeor sow groups of students troveling to neighbouring countries like Indic. Philippines, Combodic. lndonesic, Thoilond ond Chino. Applicctions were overwhelming ond the enthusiosm disployed by successful student volunteers hos never been this immense.

Student volunteers initioted mony fundroising events to kick-stort o series of octivities leoding up io their trips. They come together to help roise funds in severol churches ocross the islond by selling homemode goodies. ln o disploy of unity, students who did not sign up for the trips olso turned up to lend o hond ond support their school motes. ln

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of our overseos beneficiories, student volunteers meticulously plonned octivities such os the refurbishment

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instruciionol progrommes in o bid to moke o smoll difference in the lives of the orphons

less privileged Student volunteers from one of the groups who went to Botom, lndonesio were touched by the heortworming grotitude shown by their beneficiories os the bogs of rice they donoted orrived just os the orphonoge hod used up the lost of their rice in storoge.

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Besides offering help in cosh ond kind, students who went on ihese service leorning journeys goined o deeper understonding of the sociol problems in the countries they visited. Time wos spent during their pre-trip preporotion reseorching on some of these sociol problems. Teocher focilitoiors olso conducted sessions to help the student volunteers better understond these sociol issues. The group which trcveled to Bongolore, lndio, olso exchonged ocodemic knowledge with their counterports from Christ Junior College os port of their service leorning experience. i

The college olso continued to support the locol community through its bicnnuol blood drives, Students continued to volunteer ond doncte with zecl despite their feor of the needle. The response wos overwhelming. Credit must olso be given to the Student Council for their efforts in publicising the events, They even put up o pledge bocrd os o tribute to those who donoted blood. ln conjunction with the Notionol Doy celebrotions, the college odopted two locol beneficiories, the Assisi Hospice ond the Down Syndrome Associotion of Singopore to roise funds for iheir doy to doy operolions. Students olso volunte"ered their services such os helping with gordening of the Assisi

Hospice. Students from vorious co-curriculor octivifies olso rendered help to the locol community. For exomple, members of the college's Science Honours Society colloboloted with Metropoliton YMCA ond initioled o tutoring progromme to tutor upper primory students from Hougong Primory School, Rivervole Primory School ond Boon Loy Primcry School.They olso orgonised o holidoy Science ond Mothemotics comp during the June holidoys for these primory school studenis. Members from the cotlege's St Vincent De Pcul Society (SVDP) olso tied up with MYMCA through their Outreoch Progromme by porticipoting in octivities, such os World Ploy Doy ond Home Mokeover projects. SVDP wos eventuolly given the Extro Mile Aword by MYMCA to recognise their involuoble

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owore of notionol issues. ELL students were ottoched to Ulu Pondon GRC, where they observed the Meetthe-People Session ond leornt the genre of letter writing by crofting oppeol letters for the residents, They olso shodowed PAP Community Foundotion (PCF) volunteers to visit fomilies whose children hove not been ottending school regulorly ond they documented these visits, At the end of the progromme, our students

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Student Councillors os focilitotors for our guests from Sonobe High School

collected funds for the Archdioceson Crisis Coordinotion Tecm (ACCT) through the soles of 'Funny Bunnies' for victims of noturol disosiers in our Eoster Project, Members of our Wing olso supported council-wide events cnd initiotives such cs Rockc fello.

Studenl Council Activilies lo uphold the college vslues of infegrity qnd love through inspiring qll CJCions to wonl to serve the college cnd the wider community in oll thot they do. We hope to moke CJC o ploce of excellence in leorning ond living by enhoncing the foith qnd spirituol development of CJCions, developing o deep sense of compossion in our peers ond ot the some time building o CJC fomily wilh strong bonds of trusl in ond understqnding of eqch other. The Student Council slrives

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of o more foith-bosed CJCicn, with our events geored toword encouroging the spirituol ond personol growth of ecch individuol, At the some time, we olso ossisted in the formotion of o Cotholic identity for the expression

college of lorge, We orgonised thrice weekly morning moss cnd doily morning proyer ot ossembly os port of our duiies, We olso plonned the Commencement Ceremony, the Teochers' Doy Poroliturgy, High Mcsses celebroted io commemorote vorious feosts in the Church colendor,such osAsh Wednesdoy cnd Ascension, speciol Exominotion Mosses for boih JCls ond JC2s ond Formotion sessions to spirituolly enrich our peers. We reoched out to the greoter community through our Lenten Project, where

we pointed o murol for the Assisi Home ond Hospice, ond two other service lecrning projects where we interocted with orphons of the MINDS Centre in Hougcng ond helped in the cleoning of the Church of St lgnotius, We olso

lnvolvement Wing wos decidedly one to bridge the gop between the school community ond the wider community, provide opporiunities to contribute to the less privileged ond in the process, grow os men ond women of love ond integrity. With this mission in mind, the wing orgonised

ond executed events ihot were geored toword fostering o greoter sense of community,

The bionnuol Blood Donotion drive ond the Environment Week leoding up to Eorth Doy showcosed the smoll yet powerful steps mode by the CJC community to contribute to the community of lorge, Such events sow hundreds of CJCions stepping up cnd giving of themselves in whichever wcys they could,

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^ Jonuory, CJC Open House 2010 wos orgonised to :-':lnote the fcmily-like, holistic environmeni creoted by l,3

teochers ond students olike, with the theme, "Let Us -e Your Flcme", The heort-stopping, poce-quickening

.^ ,:^.JOl chcrity rock concert Rockofello wos onother = . eni orgonized by the Wing to give the CJC student

, : -rmun ty o chonce to showccse their tolents ond most --:crtontly to contribute to the society by roising funds ''' -re school, Siudent Activilies Wing (SA) 35th S'ludent Activities Wing oimed

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Anoiher event held wos Al-Fresco, o school cornivol storted to rcise funds for our Needy Students' Fund. This yeor more thon $2000 wos roised cnd hundreds of students ond tecchers olike sot down to oppreciote the hit movie'Up'ond purchose food ond drinks from sterling entrepreneurs of the school, The Wing olso orgonised the Principol-Siudent Leoders' Focus Group Sessions 20lO to ollow students o plotform to rcise views ond opinions on how to improve the school. Mrs Kong met with the student leoders in smoll groups to discuss issues relevont to their tutoriol groups ond CCA groups, Subsequently, the feedbock received wos

enocted upon, leoding to improvemenis being mode to focilities in the college,

'. 2010, the Wing proceeded to orgonise octivities to '-: . the school in support of vorious couses, Zelo, ltolicn ln line with the Open House 2010 theme, the theme ' ,' 'zeal", wos lcunched to drum up support for our for this yeor's JCI Orientotion wos "lncendio", Working

- -.ge othletes represeniing the school in the Notionol - )ivsion competitions. Sponning the entire length of --- 'A' Divisions, bcdges were sold to roise funds, while -

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on the crection of o sense of belonging, not just within orientotion groups or iuioriol groups, but olso within the lorger school community The emphosis on intro-house ond jnter-house octivities certoinly helped to ochieve ihis, with the house coptoins ond vice-coptoins speorheoding the bonding cnd cheering sessions, A spontoneous'Cheer-Off' of the end of eoch doy's progromme brought energy levels sky-high, while stotion gomes cround the school encbled the JC I s to fomiliorize themselves with the compound,

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The 35ih Siudent Council storied out with the oim of working efficiently ond effectively os o tecm to ochieve our gools, but through the course of our ierm in office, we hove lecrnt more thon just teom-building skills With the help of our devoled ieocher mentors, the Council

hos developed into one thoi ocknowledges thot

mointoining good working relotionships with one onother is just os importont os occomplishing tosks, Hoving hod on enriching experience over the pcst yeor, we wish the 36th Student Council on equolly enjoyoble cnd edifying journey cheod,

JCI Orientotion Week

Amondo Thion. President of the 35th SC, receiving her Certificote of Appreciotion from Mrs Kong Cotholic Junior College Annuol 20lO


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octivities sponned from teoching English ond

--=rocfing with the villoge children to rice horvesting ond

':'.ring, which proved to be quite o unique ond exciiing ='oerience for mony of us.We were given on opportunity :' : Iifetime to visit c flooting villoge ond witness fjrsthcnd -^a lives of the people there, Most of the villcgers moke --eir livelihood through flshing, Another highlight of the -'c wos io visit o few of Combodio's renowned iemples .-:h osAngkorWot,To Prohm ond Bcyon,

--e rich ond tumultuous history of Ccmbodio

come ve for us, Besides the glory of oncient Combodio, we :crnt obout the devostoting effecis of the Khmer Rouge ':gime in the 20th century ond sociol issues in modern :cy Combodio, such os poverty, corruption ond child-'cfflcking

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suffering of these people, ond Reynoldo who runs the Form of Jesus, The Form hos helped mony young people from neorby villoges to find employment ond provide for their fomily, These ore ordincry people who felt the need to help ihe less fortunote ond they hove become shining exomples for oll of us, Despite the foct thot the people we visited live in very horsh circumstcnces, they seem to be very contented with the little ihot they hove, This wos something thoi struck us the most, We set out to teoch the children there but I think they tought us one of ihe most importont lessons in life, ond thot is to cherish the people oround you ond not be ccught up with our moteriol possessions. All in oll. the trip wos c thoroughly meoningful ond enjoycble experience ond we ore extremely groteful to be o port of it cotholic Junior cotLeseAnnuo,

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Bolqfli, Indonesiq November 22-28 It wos o time of onticipotion ond excitement for three groups of CJcions during the period of 22nd November

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28th November 20]0, For most, it wos their first fime to the islond of Botom, lndonesio, where they spent four doys doing community service work for 2 locol orgcnisotions, Al Foteh (on orphonoge ond ploce for the desiitute) & St lgnctius School (o primory school which olso serves os on orphonoge),

Before the journeys commenced, our students did bockground reseorch on Botom ond discovered ihot it wos initiolly just onother poor islond with coostol villoges ond uniouched nciure until the eorly 1970s, when it wos tronsformed into o tourism ond commerciol hub with Singcpore os its role model. But the orecs thot we visited did not show the scme degree of development os in the moin port of the islond.

Our students who went to St lgnotius

School conducted bcsic English lessons for 2 of the lower primory

closses cnd they were omczed of the enthusiosm of the students ond their grcsp of the English longuoge, During

recess, ihey joined the students in o friendly soccer gome with o soccer boll they hod donoted to the school, ond they olso joined some of the students in the foscinoting fun they hod in the gome they creoted using o rubber bond, We were stunned thol such c simple everydcy item could be the source of endless hours of fun for these children,

We noted thot occess to heclthcore in the vicinity of the villoge wos poor becouse there were hordly ony hospitols or medicol clinics in sight The people in generol olso relied hecvily on primory ond secondory industries like fcrming ond soles of hcnd-mode souvenirs for o living, Others counted on grotuity ofter performing locol

All the 3 groups engoged in pointing

the buildings, The first group which went to Al Foteh gove the wolls of the orphonoge o new coot of point in glorious hues of bright green, The second group of our students who

went to St lgnotius School olso gcve pcint, though their origincl intention wos to build o pothwoy ocross the field from the students'dormitories to the school so thot the students would not hove to wolk in mud when it roins, The third group pointed ihe exterior of the clossroom block ond the interior of one clossroom.

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donces for tourists who entered their villoges, These people, except the performers, were moinly young children, middle-oged ond old folks, Young odults, however, hod mostly moved to the moinlond for jobs.

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villoge life, the more we goined on undersionding of their plight ond the importonce of community service. Our Botom trips hod not only exposed us to the rich diversity thot exists in the world oround us, but olso helped us goin intense oworeness of ourselves, ond the inequolities lurking in the world. Our visit to St. lgnotius hod olso tought us whot the true elements of "home" ore, "Home" is not just o hoven, but olso o ploce where we find peoce ond most importontly, love.


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With the villoge children

After the culturol performonce

Chiongrqi, Thoilond November After hours of trovel, we reoched our destinotion, the Cotholic mission of Wiong Koen ond were greeted by the worm opplouse of children. Thot night, we storted on our mony firsts, witnessing the celebrotion of Loy Krothong, morking the end of the roiny seoson with the Thoi people

pcying homoge to the rcin gods for the good horvest of the yeor, The children went to the woter's edge, lii condles ond incense ond roising their beou|fully mode krothongs slightly cbove their hecds in proyel they then mode o wish before kneeling ond relecsing the bonono tree trunk vessel into the woter, We were then led to our sleeping qucrters. The girls shcred o cosy indoor dormitory while the boys were ollocoted o hut, Eorth floored wiih wooden plotforms serving os beds,

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insects-frequented us during the course our sioy, lt moy seem tough to Singoporeons but our humble hui is still better thon those the villogers lived in, The next doy, drenched in sweot under the scorching sun, we donned hots ond gloves reody to experience o doy of horvesting rice, Poinstokingly, we persevered, loboriously cutting through mosses of rice with our molicious looking

the rice fields were cleored, We leornt to oppreciote the rice served doily on our tobles os the locol fcrmers would hove to toil for months in order to sickles until

horvest, bcrely enough, rice to feed their fomilies.

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them, After our lesson, we got to visit the homes of the children, hoving o first hond experience of whot it is like to live without electricity, running woier ond shcring o hut with ten fomily members, We were omozed of how resilient the people were, One exomple wos how children less thon 10 yeors old could monoge crying toddlers os we stood helpless, On our lost doy, we were treoted to o trip to the scenic view of the Mekong River sepcroting ihe Loos-Thojlond border, We stopped by for o picnic olong the Mekong River ond helped eoch other scole through cn unduloting terroin of rocks ond streoms. But the highlight of the trip wos the odoroble children who

boorded ot ihe mission. Eoch of us wos ossigned buddies whom we often colled'our children', Being friendly cnd omicoble, they were eosy to get olong with ond we hod on enjoyoble time plciying ond engoging with our buddies. Over time, we grew very ottoched to them, At the finole, ofter our performonces, we both loughed ond wept os we reluctontly bode forewell to our buddies. .

We will never forget the dedicotion needed to protect

the children from drugs, prostitution, poverty cnd

hopelessness which threoten to overwhelm them. Life,s chollenges ond vicissitudes moy seem unfothomoble, but we believe thot loving our fellow men will ultimotely bring us hoppiness,

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production cnd dried fish. lt is olso one of the mojor seoports in lndio with o history siretching bock to the 6th century, Our Service Leorning project moinly involved teoching in St Lo Solle Higher Secondory School, first siorted by the Portuguese

.l875 ond loter token Missionories in Brothers. by the over

Upon our orrivol of St, Lo Solle, we were greeted by o big crowd of hostel boys, effusively generous with

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greetings, wos similorly enthusiosm This within the students by demonstroied well were very They the clossroom,

The children, exuberont despite their hondicops, welcomed us ond mcde us feel right of home, Tugging ct our heortstrings yet ogoin wos o visit io the slums locoted jusi c stone's throw cwoy from the school. For most of us who bosk comfortobly in ihe comfort ond weolih of our notion, being surrounded with such poverty ond ruin beccme on eye-opening ond overwhelming

experience. With the end of the trip beckoning, our eyes were lovishly treoted to the rich ond picturesque culture of Tuticorin with visits to oesthetic morvels such os the churches, temples ond the Boy of Bengol, while our pockets were emptied to bring some of the memories bock home io shore with our loved ones, As we sonk our feet in the soft sond, we soid our finol goodbyes to lndio, thonking her for such on involuoble experience,

The Service Leorning irip reolly reminded oll of us thot we should be oppreciotive of whot we hove in Singopore ond to keep smiling despite chollenges, os our smiles provide encourogement to others,

disciplined ond eogerly volunteered onswers to questions posed by their teocher, A visit to o home for disobled children

become one of the most definitive points of our Service Leorning journey, Brondon Wong with slum children

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Philippines November 24-30 Mobuhoy Philippines, Those were the very words thot greeted us CJCions upon our orrivol in the islond of Negros, Bocolod City, on o mission to try to chonge things os much os we could os volunteers for the sociol octivist orgonisotion Gowcd Kolingo (GK). GK's moin oim is to improve the quolity of life for the poorest people ond to ollow them to ottoin their fullest potentiol ond develop heolthy communities by replocing slum homes with new houses in o new community cs ihe stort of iheir new lives, -he trip stcrted out to be just like ony :rdincry service leorning trip - foreign country, foreign Ionguoge, foreign ceople. We stoyed in o GK rurcl site, ,,,,here we could interoct with villogers :n o doily bosis,especiollythe childrenl

The beoutiful country, the lush greenery,

the friendliest people ond the glorious food overwhelmed us. However, the wove of poverty ond the huge income dispority thct we could see with our very own eyes wos simply too much to hondle, The

imoge thot leoves o burning memory in our minds is thoi of the slum thot we visiied - so insignificont to the

outside world, yet so significont to the destitute of the Philippines, os c ploce they unfortunotely hove been forced to coll home, None of us could imogine living omong wcste motter, o river of sewer wcter ond under flimsy bomboo poles,

We hcd visits to The Negros Museum, lntromuros which is one of the oldest

poris of Philippines during the time of the Sponiords. ond Son Augustin Church. We olso dropped by ihe University of St. Lo Solle, which hos close ties with Cotholic Junior College, There, we leornt the educotion system

of the Philippines ond how not every child gets on educction becouse they connot offord it. The whole world ond every country

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be imcgined os o lorge mosoic, ond we ore odding to the development of Philippines in thoi very mosoic, As o GK officiol. Tito Butch. soid,'We don't need smort or tolented people. All we need is people with heort.'We will never forget this experience ond we hope to be bock in the Philippines very soon to continue our work os GAWAD KALINGA HEROES!

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Leorning obout the history of Bongolore

At the Bosche plont

Bongolore, lndiq November 27 - December 6 On 27Ih November 2O1O, l4 students, olong with 3 teochers, emborked on o lO-doy trip io Bongolore, lndio, to goin deeper insights into globolisction ond its impoct on developing countries. Upon orrivol, we were greeted wiih o modernised oirport, with stcndords compcroble to thot of most internotionol oirports. However, thot modernised imoge we hod of Bongolore did not lost throughout our stoy ond we sow its stork controsts, from object poverty to disploys of weolth ond obundonce,

We begon our trip proper on the second doy, with o visit to Mysore, the historicol copitol of Bongolore, We stopped by two poloces, where conservotion work hod only begun recently, Ouiside the poloces, mony of us were opprooched by beggors for money cnd whot poined us mosi wos being unoble to do onything to olleviote their suffering, knowing thot giving them money would only perpetuote the poverty cycle. Following the visit to the poloces, we visited ihe Krishno Rojo Sogoro Dom,

An educotionol tour of the Bosche plonl

which hcs been oround for neorly B0 yeors. We were given on opportunity io see o reol dom ond opply whol we leornt in textbooks to reol life, The following doy, we sot in for lessons with the students in Christ Junior College. Over 90 students were in one

clossroom, os compored with fewer

thon 30 students here, Despite the lorge clcss sizes, the students showed o very high degree of closs porticipotion cnd engogement. We were omozed by their genuine interest to leorn ond

improve their knowledge, ond the foct thot the teocher did not hove to prompt the closs to onswer o question thot wos posed to them.

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Over ihe next couple of doys, we were given opportunities to experience the rich ond the poor focets of Bongolore. The soying, "the rich get richer ond the poor get poorer", become especiolly opporent os we sow how globolisotion ond internotionol trode hove offected o developing notion like lndio. We leff Bongolore goining so much more insight ond knowledge thon whoi we would goin sitting in o lecture thectre beccuse the people we hove met ond interocted with hove olso tought us importont life lessons thot we will corry in our heorts. This experience is indeed one none of us will ever forget,


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I 4th to 24th Jonuory. thirteen ,--Cents, togelher with teochers^-:horge, Miss Eloine Lim ond Mr l^ristopher Toy emborked on o YOG - - turol-exchonge trip to the iconic --r of Poris, A once-in-o-lifetime ,:cortunity, the students met students ,:^l members of the French Olympic l:mmittee, os well os visited some -' the fomous londmorks ond tourist ,: cts in Poris.

!xchonge wilh Thomos Monn 3oll69e -^: highlight of our trip to Pcris os lG ombossodors wos definitely the ,:'col exchcnge with Thomos Monn l: lege, The experience wos truly cn :.3-opener os we got io experience ,:.ooL life in Fronce, ond olso interoct -r students of different notionolities. - ,', os one huge melting pot - Frcnce, - -erico, Algerio, Tunisio, Africc, I :"nbodio, lrcn, Vietnom.

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,--Cents could converse in English ,^C the CJ students hcd o few ,^:rt lessons to leorn the bosics of '':nch prior to the trip, there were ,- moments of owkword pouses :^C m scommunicotion, However, -:-:r ihree doys of interocting with -^: students, we reolised the obility r speok French well wos not of :-:'omount importonce, but more , - the importonce of potience ond Je'stonding eoch othe',

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L lnslilut Notionql du Sport et de I'Educolion Physique (INSEP) We visited INSEP on equivolent of the Singopore Sports School, except o lot lcrger os it houses othletes from oll over Fronce who troin for the Olympics

ond other internotionol tournoments, lt is the newest sporis focility in Poris locoted neor the outskirts ond bocsts o high-technology recovery deportment - including light theropy to overcome the effects of jet-log, hydrotheropy ond cryotheropy, where othletes cre ploced into on "ice-box" of -60 ond -ll0 degrees Celsius to olleviote the effects of inflommction- solely dedicoted to helping ofhleles recover from injuries,

The tour oround the institution definitely gove us on idec cbout the sports culture in Fronce cnd os YOG ombossodors of Singopore, it wos o privilege visiting onother country's school of sports becouse it is ofter oll the ploce where on othlete's foundotion is loid for competitions os huge os the Olympics.

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At the Arc de Triomphe

Amondo ond Annobelle ofter o friendly gome of bodminton with students from Thomos Monn College

CJC students with the French Olympic Ambossodor ond the Singopore Ambossodor in poris

in fencing ot the Olympics. lt wos interesiing to leorn ihct the officiol coll for fencing referees worldwide is in French so they were indeed the pioneers of the sport, we were treoted to o displcy of iniense competition, skilful ottocks. quick reflexes ond blode work; more significonfly the possion ond sportsmonship of o true cthleie,

Ecole Nolionole Sup6rieure des Mines de Poris while its nome might sound deceivlng, during our visit, we leornt thot Ecole des Mines is, in fcct, noi o school of mining but insieod, it is o gronde 6cole ihoi provides students with o myrlod of courses to choose from, including Engineering cnd Economics, The French educotion system differs slighfly from Singcpore's in thoi there ore two forms of higher educotion one con pursue--either the university route or gronde 6cole rouIe, with ihe lotter cotering to the brightest students in Fronce.

Des mus6es

Throughout the trip, we were privileged with the opportunity to visit severol fomous Porision museums, the first one being the Muse6 de l'Arm6e, where Ncpoleon Bonoporte's bones ore buried, we were rother owed to be in the presence of not just o French emperor, but olso orguobly one of the grectest militory commonders in historyl Following thot we went to pompidou, o museum of modern ort ihot houses the works of Picosso, Broque ond chogoll. we olso visited the Louvre museum, wiih the highlight probobly being ihe world-fomous Mono Liso, The finol museum on our itinerory wos the Musee D'Orsoy, which wcs formerly o trcin stotion ond houses the works of impressionist ond postimpressionist ortists such os Mcnet, Monet & Von Gogh

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From these visits, we lecrnt obout ort from our tour guide, including pointing

styles such os cubism, Fouvism, lmpressionism ond Pointillism. perhops more importontly, viewing these ort pieces wos o woy to leorn cbout the culturol ond historiccl bockground of Fronce, The idecs ond events these pointings

encopsuloted, such os religion, the French Revolution, ond Nopoleon's coronotion cerioinly gove us c deeper understonding of Fronce os o notion,

Christopher Gozoli presenting o token of oppreciotion to the Principol of Thomos Monn College

Le Comit6 Nolionol Sportif et Olympique de Fronce Our fincl duty os YOG ombossodors in Fronce wos our visit to the French Olympic Heodquorters locoted in the l3th orrondisement of poris, Here, we met members of the French Olympic Committee, os well os Singopore's Ambossodor to Fronce,

We were piecsontly surprised with o visit by Julio ond Aurelien,2 French students

who hod visited CJC lost December holidoys,

With our trip coming to o closure, it wcs certoinly o bittersweet ending--soddened os we were to scy goodbye to our friends from Thomos Monn College, we knew thot our YOG journey wcs jusl beginning to unfold, , ,

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two weeks in August 2010. o group of CJC students were given the incredible opportunity to go to Combridge - one of the world's most illustrious institutions of leorning, c ploce where some colleges hove produced more Nobel lourectes thcn entire countries - to ocquire voluoble exposure ond fresh perspectives on the noture of top tier university educction obrood, Doing justice to the genuinely profound experience thot we oll hod for the post two weeks - eleven thousond kilometers from home - is going to be difficult, so this is on introductory reflection thot will hopefully encopsulote the mojor points of our time there, For

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3ombridge University is spreod out rto 3l different colleges, eoch with .cmething unique to offer to students - the CJC students siudied either ot )owning College or Trinity Holl, both

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^-el ectuol climcte, experiencing British :,lture ond history of every juncture. A ,;nificont number of Singoporeons :-ended the two week Summer ::rool, with sizoble contingents from ::r'fles, Hwo Chong, Meridion ond our

-.',,n 36 students - occomponied by reochers: Mr Lim Chye Fook, Ms Yoo -g Yun ond Ms Norindor Kour Dhillon ._:n CJC.Ourcollege enrolled students ^ oourses such os English Literoture, ::cnomics, History, Geogrophy, ',' :ihemotics ond Biolechnology, giving -= the remorkoble opportunity to be =:.lcoted in combined clcsses,lectures

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siudents - occurred frequently. Lectures

olmost universolly hove effective humour injected of vorious points, or thought provoking ond emotionolly stirring interjections depending on the subject motter, ond seeing emotionolly

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o meJeor shower by the River Combridge, where we huddled os o college contingent tronsfixed by celestiol beouty,

ln oll, the two weeks we spent in Combridge provided o genuinely unforgettoble experience, one thot let us grow ond see the immense potenticl of our minds, mcke new friends from ocross the globe (keeping touch through the ever present Focebook!)

which included plcys, ond visits to beoutiful, ond oppreciote the immense historicolly significont ploces in importcnce of on ottitude given Excursions,

museum trips,

Combridge itself piqued our interest ond showed us the relevcnce of everything we were doing right before our eyes,

An unforgettoble experience would deflnitely be the doy we witnessed

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frequently to thought ond reflection. As lsocc Newion, one of Combridge's lumincries, once reflected: "lf I hove seen further it is only by stcnding on the shoulders of gionts". At Combridge, we - 36 incredibly foriunote students from CJC - stood on the shoulders of gionts, It wos in thot ploce, seven hours ond eleven thouscnd kilometers owoy from home, thot we hod some of the most

deeply ond emotionolly impcctful two weeks of our lives. Our grctitude to CJC for this experience, ond to our teochers for their constont core ond supervision, connot be understoted,

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Singopore in the globol context, deepen students' commitments ond rootedness to Singopore, cultivote o spirit of resilience ond perseveronce to deol with chollenges in o tough environment to reinforce clossroom leorning,

We went io 3 schools, We first visited Xi Jiong Middle School where we ottended Chinese Longuoge lessons ond interccted wiih the students.There wos even on English lesson conducted for the secondory 3 students os well by our own CJCion, Tong Swee Sun, Motildo She tought them how to pronounce words. The visit to Guizhou University wos on eye opener os we got to sit in groups with the students in c closs ond inferocted with them to know whot their educotion in Chino is like, os well cs their lifestyle. ln Xi jiong Hope Primory School, we corried out our service leorning by teoching English ond ploying gomes with the primory '

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con be seen by how the students shouted the cnswers enthusiosticolly. They olso porticipoted in the gomes very octively. Their bright smiles ond their loughter wormed our heorts, For those who ore interested in the

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Guizhou is olso o perfect destinotion, There ore 49 notionolities living here, including Hon, Hui. Mioo, Dong, Yi, Boi, Yoo, Zhuong, Mongol, Monchu, Bouyei ond others A totol of 16 minoriiy

groups hove inhobited this province

for generotions, We leorned obout the

Mioo people byvisiting the Qion Dong

Ncn Museum to leorn obout their troditions, ottire, food, orchitecture ond wcy of life, We olso enjoyed o performonce in Xl jiong villoge while

the girls colled "Ah Wong" weoring colorful troditionol costumes gove us o glimpse of the Mioo culture through their doncing ond singing, We visited

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Ancient town, We olso trekked 3 hours to lhe LeiShon Xiong ShuiYon woterfoll ond the Huong Guo Shu woterfoll.

Visits to historiccl sites were olso included in our schedule. One of the ploces we visited wos the site of the Zunyi Conference. This meeting thoi took ploce here involved o power

struggle between the leodership of Bo Gu ond Oito Broun ond the opposition led by Moo Ze Dong,

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Our feors of meeting culturol bcrriers or slight longucge borriers (becouse

mony of the locols still speok the locol diolect) were unfounded; the people we mef in Guizhou were mostly friendly, One of our visits to o villoge wos o fruitful one os the formers we interviewed provided o lot of informction obout their woy of life ond o brief history of their oncestors. Upon heoring thot we were foreigners, mony expressed curiosity to know more obout the differences between our respeciive lives, cnd even more expressed interest in visiting our little sunny islcnd of Singopore,

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Leod, Core, lnspire ond it oimed dlscover ond moximise every :oder's growing copocity to SERVE Sesides the literol meoning of servont :odership, SERVE is olso on ocronym 'cr the 5 vitol responsibilities o good eoder hos to shoulder, nomely: See :nd Shope the future, Engcge ond :evelop olhers, Reinvent continuously,

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them with essentiol leodership skills thot were most pertinent to thelr respective oreos of leodership, While the workshops for the different leodership groups differed, one common troit wos the focus ploced on better understonding of eoch individuol's style of leodership ond developing o vision for their CCAs

ond closses, After o quick lunch, leoders dove heod first into o series of workshops ond gomes on communicotion, Leoders were tought thot communicotion is c 2- woy process which involves both the listener(follower) cnd the messoge beorer(lecder). Through these workshops, leoders leornt thot to communicote well meons to

communciote by listening, feeling, observing ond understonding both verbcl of communicotion ond how it ploys o port in the problem-solving process, teochers wropped up the series of workshops by communicoting to the leoders in no

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students to ignite the flome wiihin their heorts ond join the CJC fomily. Open House wos scheduled to stort ot 1pm. but the Secondory 4 students storted orriving os eorly os 12pm, They were ossoiled by colourful bonners honging in the qucdrongle. odvertising the different CCAs, lively music which contributed to the vibront otmosphere, ond even "wolking odvertisements", students from CCA groups holding o gicnt plocord odvertising their booth locoiion ond performcnce time, or students giving out flyers ond souvenirs. Groups of Secondory 4 students were occomponied by siudent councillors, who iniroduced the different CCAs ond school focilities to them. Our visitors olso wotched performonces by students from CCAs such os Donce ond Gymnostics in the quodrongle,

Performonces by performing orts groups such os the Guzheng, the Choir ond ihe Bond were olso going on in the PAC, While the students of different CCAs did their best to impress the visitors cnd showcose the CJC spirit, o subject combinotion tolk by teochers of different subjects wos corried out in the librcry. The teochers onswered questions obout ihe subject syllobus ond ony other concerns porents ond students might hove, The CJC spirit wos extremely evident in Open House os even our olumni come bock to help to promote our college io our visitors.

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A speciol ceremony wos held to mork the historic chonge in the college's leodership, Brother Poul Rogers stepped

down os Principol ond we now hove o loy Principol for the first time, Mrs Christine Anne Kong. After o proyer service led by Fother Roj, Brother Poul oddressed the college for the lost time os the Principol, He noted thot chonge is inevitoble ond we should embroce it. He olso expressed greot confidence in Mrs Kong in her obility to continue to grow the college At the end of his speech, Brother Poul honded the college flog, the symbol of the college's vclues, hopes ond dreoms, to Mrs Kong, He olso possed the flome, symbol of the college's spirit, to Mrs

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The olumni gove o forewell dinner in the college ouditorium to Brother Poul on Jonuory l6 to show their deep oppreciction for oll thot he hod done for them ond the college,

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fitting becouse the moin oim of the Orientction wos to set the hecrts of the JCls oflcme with the CJC spirii The focilitotors tought ihe JCl s the "CJC Cheer", where they would coil out "CJC lGNlTEl" ond the JCI s would respond loudly with "FLAME ON!"

Doy 1 of CJC'S Orientotion 2010 begcn with o worm welcome from the Principol, Mrs Christine Kong, who encourcged the JCI s to immerse themselves in the CJC environment. Next wos o series of subject cnd combinotion tolks by the vorious heods of deportment, which helped to fomiliorise the new JCls with the college's ocodemic progrommes ond to consider which subjects they were inierested in toking up, The second doy of CJC's orientoiion wos filled with fun ond gomes, os the OGs begon to bond over eccentricolly-nomed ice-breokers such os "Splotl", "Whocko", ond "Dog ond Bone". The third doy of CJC's orientotion mcrked the dcy when the Jls were split up ogoin, this time into lheir respective closses bosed on the subject combinotions they chose: The home tutoricl groups were then introduced to their respective Home Tutors. The highlight of the fourth doy of CJC's orientotion wcs drogon booting ot the Kollong

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Borroge ond the Finole night in the ouditorium. The mini Olympics involved o series of octivities which included leorning the "Bhongro Donce", o dress-up contest ond o mini obstocle course roce. Finole Night wos the highlight of the entire orientotion. with the vorious houses oll decked up in their house colours, lt wos o sight to behold os sploshes of blue, oronge, green, red, yellow ond purple filled the holl.yet, it could be seen thot the JCI s were oll one cohort united in the CJC spirit, becouse everyone wos in the Orientoiion shirts which hod the emblem of o phoenix on the bock rising from the flomes, Prizes were honded out ihot night io the houses. Oyo won "Most Spontoneous",Vulcon won "Best Skit", ond Pele won "Best Cheers", Finolly, the school song wos sung proudly in unison by oll os it helped to cement the Jl s' identity os CJCions, leoding, coring ond inspiring os one,

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gomes of Orientotion, to officiollY welcome the Jls into the CJC fomilY

After Mrs Kong's speech, there wos o prize-giving session for 64 recipients -' the Good Progress Aword, 9 other students received the Eogles Aword, The J2 closses then presented their J1 counterports with the school bod3=

helping them pin it on their collors os o symbolic oct of welcoming therr , their juniors,

The ceremony begon with on oPening hymn,followed by o scripture reoding,

ond o reflection by the President of the Student Council, Amondo Thion, She tolked obout the imPortonce of the friendships thot would be forged omong the students over the next two yeors ond how the J1s were going to be o port of the CJC communitY. The Principol, Mrs Kong, then took ihe stoge to oddress the school, She soid thot this wos the beginning of 2 yeors in o new environment, ond the chollenge to groom students into

young men ond women who were models of excellence in living ond loving wos tough becouse the time spent in JC wos much shorter thon in secondory school, However CJC cimed to do this in occordonce with its moito of grooming students in iruih ond in love. She urged the Jls to go beyond their Personol best bY oiming to do better thcn the grodes

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After the presentotion of the collor pin, o representotive of the differ:-' people in the CJC community, such os the HODs, teoching stoff, n:teoching stoff, J2s, Jls cs well os lVrs Kong ond Fother Roj come on stoge -: express their wishes for the school yeol such os teoching with composs - The representotives then used the flome from their individuol condles to i 3the college condle, The ceremony ended with o closing hymn, "Welcome -. the Fomily" It wos o very meoningful commencement for the Jls which showed --; strong bonds within the CJC community, ond o solemn reminder to the J2. -: be more responsible since they now hod juniors to look ofter,

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The celebrotion begon on o high note with o lion donce cerformonce in the ouditorium to usher in the new lunor

t/eor. The college community wos then entertoined cy the vorious performing crts groups in the college, -he Guzheng Ensemble performed two songs, This wos 'cllowed by o musicol item by the Music Ministry. Then trome o skit by the Dromo Society entitled "New Yeor's )oy", norroted by o Feng Shui moster who exploined lhinese superstitions ond troditions os o housewife crepored her house for Chinese NewYeor ond enterioined 3uests, The oudience next viewed o video which showed ^ow differeni notionolities celebrote Chinese New Yeor, -nere were olso piciures of CJC's post-yeor celebrotions :nd outsionding Chinese New Yeor cords designed by :losses, Mrs Kong wos invited to give out prizes io the

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Mrs Kong (Principol), Ms Khng (Vice-Proncipot), Modcm Yu (HOD Mother Tongue), ihe representotives of the Porent Support Group ond Mr Sondonom HOD pE), come on stoge to toss the Yusheng, The progrcmme continued with o gome show by CJC's new teochers, followed by o donce by the Donce Club The finol performonce wos by Mr lsooc Lim ond ODAC mejmbers, lndeed, it wos o greot celebrotion ond o good woy to stort the New Yeor,

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which wos presented olong with o brief write-up. The theme for this yeor's Film Night wos Women (ond Men), in line with the theme of Women In Litercture, Students were busy setting up their exhibition booths, which lined the side of ihe Quodrongle cnd olong the corridor leoding to the Auditorium, by 5:OO in the ofternoon, Mony students olso dressed up os chorocters from their 3 texts, Wulhering Heighfs, Iess of D'Urbervilles and Women ln Love,Io mcke their exhibitions more reolis'iic, The films were screened in LT2 After ihe screening of eoch film, there wos o short presentotion by the teochers on the things to consider when wotching films, such os how true the film odoptotion wos to the book.

During the intermission, the studenis showccsed their exhibits, Some exhibitions were 2T0l 's exhibition of Gerold Crich lying in ihe snow, while 2T02 recreoted the scene

of Cctherine Linton from Wuthering Heights looking into the mirror cfter her illness, 2T09 re-enocted the scene in

Wufhering Heighls where the ghost of Cotherine Linton reoches in through the window for Lockwood.2103,2IO7, 2TlO ond 2Tll opted for c bigger-scole exhibition, with 2T03 recreoting the living room of Wuthering Heighfs,2107 recreoting the Pompodour from Women /n love using bottles of wine ond wropping cellophone poper oround the lighis for o surreol effect, 2Tl O recreoting the Chcse scene from less of D'Urbervll/ec complete with music to complete the otmosphere of c forest ond dried leoves scottered oround, ond 2Tl I enocting the Moy Donce scene from less of D'Urbervilles,

The winners for the exhibiiion were onnounced, with 2T1l toking the 3rd prize for their Moy Donce scene, 2TO7 winning 2nd for their Pompodour exhibition ond 2T10 clinching lst prize for their recrection of the Chcse scene, Next come the prizes for the costumes, 2Tl0 come in 3rd. 2Tl I come in 2nd, while 2T07 received the I st prize, Finolly, Kevin Wong of 2Il1 won the Best Dressed Awcrd for dressing up os Alec D'Urberville, All in oll, Literoture Film Night wos o memoroble eveni which ollowed students to be creotive ond goin o deeper understonding of their texts.

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iefore the stort of the event, students ,., no hod gone on on exchcnge c:ogromme to Fronce (the countrY IJC wcs twinned with for the YOG) .:t up o booth with interesting gomes. --ere wos o memory gome with boxes --ct showed different types of gomes : oyed in the Olympic Gomes, such :s the pentcthlon ond the equestrion ::tegories, Students hod to choose :re box ond onswer the questions ^side. Of course, these questions .',ere reloted to the OlymPics, such :: noming the three OlymPic volues, r'zes for onswering correctly were :ersonolised "l Love YOG" stickers. -^ese students olso showed pictures of -^eir irip to Fronce, posing with fomous :rdmorks like the Eiffel Tower. --

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'CJC Goes Green ond French' wos speciol costume design event where closses hod to send one representotive weoring o costume mode out of recycled moteriol thot represented French culture, There were mony creotive interpretoiions of this requirement, with siudents dressed" up os escorgots, the Eiffel Tower, o French moid, o boguette, o French chel ond even o Tronsformersstyle ondroid with the French flog on it The students cheered while their clcss representotive wolked down the "cotwolk" showcosing their costume,

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in third For the J2 competitive girls' cotegory, Annobelle Yee of 2124.won first prize while Boysiew Yee of 2134 come in second ond Elizo Ton of 2T3l come in third Loou Xuon Yu of 2Il7 wos top in the J2 competitive Boys' cotegory, followed by Mohoviro Sng from 2T03 ond Dhonet Poijo from 2T18. Mrs Kong olso presented owords to closses whose competitive runners hod finished the run in the fostest time, For ihe Jl closses, lT27 come in first, followed by I T05 in second ploce. I TO9 in third ploce ond lT2l in fourfh ploce. 2126 came in first omong the J2 closses, followed by 2T18. 2124 and 2131 ,

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oddress his students, He congrotuloted those who hod done well ond emphosized on being understonding ond sensitive towords the students who hod not done os well os they hod expected, Brother Poul then onnounced the results, highlighting excellent performonces in Generol Poper, History ond Biology The top Science student wcs Joshuo Goh ond the top Arts siudent wos Cotherine

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History Night wos held ct the Troining ond Development Centre in CJC this yeor. lt hos been held onnuolly since 2007 ond serves os o meons of moking history come olive through the dromotizotion of historicol events, Performonces ore put up by the J2 H2 History students, The theme this yeor wos "Multiple Perspectives", becouse historiccl events moy be interpreted differently bosed on the perspectives of the people who were involved, The judges this yeor included Professor Philip Nosh, on Americon historion who wos lecturing in NUS The first closs 'lo perform wos 2T01, with o skit entitled "Don't Stop the Guesswork", lt revolved oround o flcshbock on the events ihot led to the end of the Cold Wor, Next wos 2T08, which put up o tolk show colled "The Cubon Missile Crisis: Whose Side Are You On?" hosted by Ellen DeGenerous on the Cubon Missile Crisis, The ihird performonce of the night wos by 2107, entitled "His Story", focusing on the

Vietnom Wor, The lost performonce wos by 2IO2, Colled "Song of the Philippines", it wos presented in the form of o musicol on life in the Philippines under mcrtiol low, After oll four performonces, there wos on intermission during

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to vote for the outstonding closs coniributors,

The long-onticipoted prize-giving ceremony begcwith our Principol, lVrs Kong giving out the prizes to ti= outstonding contributors of eoch closs. They were ShouLu, lvon Lee, Felicic Toh ond Michelle Djong from 2TC' Victor Tong, Nctclie Huong ond Meito Siswono frc-2102, Khiew Zhi Yoong, Choo Rui Zhi ond Amos Lee frc-2TO7 ond Mei Zhen, lvon ond Denise Sech from 2TC: The next oword wos for o specific cctegory, 2IO7 v,tc'

the oword for Best Lines, while 2T0B received o prize f: Most Contemporory Act. 2T0l won Best Ensemble cr 2IO2 won o prize for Most Creotive Adoptotion, The pr z= of Best Chorocter went to Somiro Shoh of 2102 for l= portroyol of Corozon Aquino, The most coveted cwo'of the nighi, Best Adoptotion, went Io 2IO7 . History N gwos o good opportunity for our History students to lec'obout History in on entertoining woy.

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role in the CJC community, ond community proyers by vorious members cf the college fomily, Our Principcrl, Mrs Kong, then delivered her oddress, She storted by thonking Brother Poul, the previous principol of CJC, for his significont contributions to the college,She exploined the criterio for the new scholcrships, such os ihe Archbishop Scholorship ond the Flome Scholorship. She highlighted lcst yeor's top 'A' level Science ond Arts students, Joshuo Goh (2125 2009) ond Cotherine Lim (2T09 2009) respectively os excmples of students who hod worked hord. lVrs Kong olso ocknowledged the efforts cf members of the stcff who were retiring-- Mdm Mory Goh, ihe current -eocher in chorge of the First Aid Club who hod spent l9 yeors of her -eoching coreer in CJC, Mr Poul Thong, o stcff member of the CJC Hostel .vho mointcined the hostel focilities, cnd Ms Lcm Lee Mui, who hod been c ob technicion support officer since I977 and worked closely wiih teochers -o run the science Icb,

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success cnd fulfillment hod less to do with results but how they felt obout themselves, so the importont thing wcs to feel good obout fccing the future,

Next come the presentotion of owords to the reiiring stoff members, ond the presentotion of certificotes to teochers who hod been promoted by MOE This wos followed by the presentotion of the Flome Scholorship (o CJC scho crship for sports ond performing orts tolents),

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cspect of the school through orgcnising moss, invitlr. externol speokers to tolk in school ond founding t-= Music Ministry, The college's most prestigious oword, t-= Ee Peng Liong Aword, went to Joshuo Goh. the top level s'ludent of 2009 The ceremony ended with o thonksgiving hymn,

Cther individuol owcrds were olso given out, such os the Ton Siok Tin Memoriol Aword for Sportsperson of the Yeor, which went to Christopher Chio for winning on individuol Gold medcl in Shooting ond getting 4 distinctions in his A levels ond ihe Fother Gerord Kecne Aword, which wenl to Notolie Fernondez for strengthening the spirituol

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Cotholic Junior College wos twinned with the Nctioncl Olympic Council of Fronce together with portner schools Ncnyong Girls High ond Nonyong Girls Primory for the inougurol Singcpore 20lO Youth Olympic Gomes under the Friends@YOG progrom,

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The week wos filled with octivities such os the YOG booth set up everydoy ot the conteen for students to ploy interoctive gomes ond get prizes, French food monoged by the Student Council wos olso sold in the conteen .The French Film 'Les Chories'wos screened. The week ended with the Olympic Reloy, CHIJ Tp ond NYGH were invited guests oi this event, _

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Februory: CJC Cross Country

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:loss wos tosked to present o Moscot :lgned with the theme, lt wos truly o

come up with -nony creotive ideos (e g 'wolking coguettes', Concorde plcnes). The

success os eoch closs

rOG ombossodors set up on interoctive cooth ct the roce site itself for students -o ploy gomes os they were quizzed cn YOG motters. Shoring ot Nonyong Girls High 3 YOG ombossodors, Perry, Tioro ond Amos shored their experience in Poris .vith Secondory ond 3 girls ct o '\YGH's weekly ossembly.

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Olympic Fobric of the World Every Notionol Olympic Committee wos represented by on ort piece creoted by their twinned school, Our college held o competition for the best fobric ort piece in April Art pieces were ploced of the foyer for o week for votes ond the best ori piece wos submitted to the Singopore Olympic Councilto be disployed ot Sunfec City during ihe YOG.

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Adopting the spirit of olympism, cJC hod our very own Gomes Olympics. The first port of the event sow o morch in of oll sports representotives from vorious closses with their closs flogs ond reciting of the Olympic Ooth of sportsmonship. Adopting the French theme, oll individuol closs flogs were mode to support our twinned notion' YOG August l4th

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permcnent roots in the city with o tree dedicotion ceremony, held ct the Morino Boy Woterfront Promenode, to commemorote ihe spirit of friendship ot the Youth Olympic Gomes, Some 900 students ond school officiols joined members from the Notionol olympic committees (NOCs) to dedicote 2]0 trees in tribute to lhe unity of theYOGfomily ond to officiolly open the Olympic wolk, Eoch tree wos odorned with o unique plcque, speciolly creoted by students from Singopore schools twinned with the respective NOCs under the Friends@YOG Progromme,

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5 JC I students were involved in setting up ond overseeing the WCV booth for 3 full doys. The World Culture Villoge wos ot the heort of the Youth Olympic Villoge Squore Eoch booth gove visitors the chonce to explore different cultures ond toke port in fun ociivities like foce pointing ond troditionol gomes. Our college represented Fronce in this booth creotion ond the 5 students were tosked to shore wiih visitors whot they leorni obout Fronce' Notionol Fencing Competition

Plocord Holders ot Opening ond Closing Ceremonies 20 students were involved os plocord holders of the YOG opening ond closing ceremonies.

YOG StudentVolunteers theYOG period,They were tosked v"'-2 closses, lTOl ond lTl T were involved os student volunteers/workforce throughout sports. vorious roles (spectotors'services officer, moscot beorers) ond of different gomes venues for different

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Literory Evening wos held ot the CJC Performing Arts Centre this yeor, Jl Literoiure students were treoted to performonces cnd ort presentotions put up by the H2 J2liIeralure students,

put up c short performonce of Williom Shokespecre's ploy, The Taming of The Shrew, This wos followed by o question-ond-onswer session where the performers onswered questions

including o specicl performonce by externol performers, The Stoge Club.

from the students The third closs performonce wos by 2T03, entitled "Two Poths", The second closs to

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the theme of Women ln Literoture which both Jl ond J2 H2 Literoture students were studying, The first performonce of the night wos "Her Line" by 2T'10, feoturing chorocters from the novel Women ln Love. Ihe next performonce, "ln Her Shoes", wos

present their ort piece wos 2T09 ond their work portrcyed o womon in red stonding in the spotlight with puppets ottoched to her limbs, in order to bring out the ideo of women olwoys being under the scrutiny of men for their octions, The combined closses of 2IO7, 2Tl7 and 2125 were next with their

performonce,'Hotel Eden', bosed on sin, The lost performonce of the night by 2T02 wos c comiccl musicol entitled "Tess of

put up by 2T0.l, feoturing the femole protogonisis from Wulhering Heighls ond Iess of D'Urbervil/es during their dying moments, Next come on ort piece presentotion by 2IO7. Externcl

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There were different events for students leorning the three different Mother Tongue subjects--Chinese, Moloy cnd Tomil, orgonised by the Mother Tongue Deportment cnd siudents from ihe respective Culturol Societies, Mother Tongue books were put on disploy in the librcry to encouroge students to reod them, Apcrt from the ubiquitous clossics, there were olso comic books, ond even books obout how to toke core of pets--oll written in Mother Tongue, of course. lnteresting exhibitions obout Chinese, Moloy ond lndion culture were put up in 'lhe foyer to deepen understonding obout the different cultures, The Chinese exhibition covered the guzheng, o Chinese troditioncl instrument, ond Chinese colligrophy,

while the Moloy exhibition showcosed Molcy troditionc gomes such os Sepok Tokrow the lVoloy kite ond boti^

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Siudents were encouroged to come to school dressed in ethnic costumes of the different roces in Singopore, ond teochers took port in the fun by dressing up os well, Performonces by externol performers ond CJC's own Dromo Society were held in the PAC, which the Jls ond the J2s viewed ot differeni times,

2T02 and Kieron from 2IO7. The celebrotions begon with o

moteriols used to moke the puppets, They then performed the story of how Singopore got its nome in Mcloy, ond o short skii in English obout o boy who could tell the brond of motorcycles bosed on the sound the engines mcde,The losi performcnce wos by the CJC Dromo Society, entifled "Threodless" At the end of the concert, the students thronged the stolls of the vorious culturcl societies in the conteen extension, ond bought scrumptious food such cs Chinese hotdogs, sotoy ond roti proto,

pledge to uphold rociol hormony in Singopore, followed by o Wcyong Kulit oct by externol performers, The guests briefly exploined the history of Woyong Kulit, or shodow puppet theotre which wos ot leost o thousond yeors old, the chorocters feotured in such performonces ond the

Rociol Hormony Dcy wos indeed cn enjoyoble doy for students to leorn more obout other ethnic groups by weoring their troditionol gorments ond enjoying the trcditionol cuisine,

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of the dedicoted service of our student lecders to the college community ond beyond. Our Principol, Mrs Chrisiine Kong, presented certificotes of oppreciotion to members of ihe 35th Student Council cnd the leoders of vorious clubs, societies ond the performing orts groups. Amondo Thion, the President of the 35th Student Council, reflected on the vcrious student leoders hcd on enriching yeor moking o difference in their own woys Mrs Kong proised the student leoders for keeping our college vibront ond united with o shored purpose. A short proyer

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hos no doubt been on eventful yeor for CJC Speokers'lnk 'crmerly known os CJC Debcting ond Public Speoking Society). -^,e newly re-bronded CCA hcs ochieved even greoter heights in -^e reolm of Debotes ond of Public Speoking, hoving nurtured more ^ -eilectuol, eloquent, oword-winning speokers.

^ Moy. in the 2nd Annuol Pre-University Orotoricol Chollenge 2010 :JCC 20.l0), o Prepored Speech competition held ot the Millenio ^:iitute, Dorren Lim Zi Jle (2T03) delivered o rousing speech obout : -gopore's Educotion System which wowed ihe judges ond :-Cience olike. ensuring CJC's title os the Defending Chompion '-'o second yeor running, ln vying for the honours of representing

Mr Gobriel Wee Kim Soon Ms Adrienne Morguerite de Souzo

JC2 Speokers'lnk 20lO Execulive Commillee: Presidenl: Shovinn Yeo Jicnxiong (2T31) Vice-President (Admin.): Cossondro Jeon Joseph (2T09) Debqte Coptoin: Nicole Morie Ng Mei Li(2T09) Hon. Gen. Secrelory: Arifo Bee Pothiusmon (2123) Treosurer: Zheng Tion Boi (2125)

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- :rtest 2010 (TPJC OC 2010). in lote Moy 2010. on tmpromptu Speech :rtest. Dorren Lim (2T03) ond Toohiro Ayoob (2T10) both mode the .-:nd Finols, occording pride to CJC os the only JC to hove both -, 'epresentotives in the Grcnd Finols, with Toohiro being nomed ihe - .:roll 2nd Runner-Up.

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- I to lote August 2010. o contest of both Prepored ond lmpromptu ,:::ches. Dorren (2T03) outwitted ond out-spoke sturdy competitors - - - institutions like ACJC, NJC, SAJC ond VJC. ptocing himself -

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::eokers'lnk's lisl of NotionalDeboling Competitions in 2010: -rnuol MOE lnvitotionol Deboting Chompionships (MtDCs) 2010. in :':h-April 2010; - ncugurol Roffles lnstltution (Rl) British Porliomentcry Open ---^oment 20']0. in June 20l0; : :3JC lnter-Collegiotes Annuol Deboiing Competition, in July 201O

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list of Nolional Orotorical Compelilions in 201 0: :'e-University 2nd Annuol Orotoricol Chollenge 2010 held ot the ="io lnstituie, in Moy 2010 ) CJC crowned Notionol Chompions 2 yeors in o row; - '.'CE Annuol lnter-JC/Cl Orotoricol Contesi 2010. orgonised by - -.' - 3 nes JC, in Moy 2010

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plcced 2nd Runner-Up, ond both CJC contestonts mode Finols;

I CJC is the only JC producing 2 Grcnd-Finolists; : 'r"4CA 24th Annuol lnter-JC/CtlPotyltTE Ptoin English Speoking - :'1 (PESA) Competition 20.l0 ) CJC nomed one of the B Grond-Finolisis, out of o totol of 25 : -"- :rpoting JCs. High Schools. Polytechnics ond other institutions; ) CJC scores her 3rd consecutive showing in the PESA Notionol --

Shovinn Yeo Jionxiong. 2T31, President of Speokers' Ink, in one of his performonce speeches

:^f Finols since 2008

Guwe, CJC's Orotoricols Cooch (left) preoching the ort of Speoking

Speokers' Ink 20lO members during o CJC Public Speoking Workshop conducted in Februory 2010

Dorren Lim,2T03, (ight) clinches the Notionol Chompionship for CJC oi ihe 2010 Annuot Pre-U Orotoricol Chollenge. in Moy 2010 cothotic JuniorcottegeAnnuor 20ro

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Teqchers-in-chorge: Ms Yoo Lingyun Mr Konnongoro Don Morcus

Ms Meero Gopolkrishno

Dromo Ex-Co 09/I0 President: Korishmo Choinoni Vice-Ptesident (Admin.) : Sydney Alexcndrio Teng SecrelorY: Eunice Choe Treqsuter: Rovleen Kour Khoiro

Dromq Society

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ln the months lecding up io April, the Dromo Society's cost or: crew underwent intensive reheorsol sessions in preporotion for S : 2010 Being the only performing orts CCA to porticipote in the S': competition this yeor, the J2s felt greot pressure to perform, ond , while everyone else wos just settling into the flow of school life, ti'= were working hord on crofting their interpretotion of Horesh Shormc

occloimed ploy, " MORE". The ploy roises concerns on the costs of our ceoseless quest ', more in Singopore's rot rcce ond ihough the issues ore not eosy -: students to relote to, under the guidonce of our director Ms Sere- the cost worked consistently to seize the heort of the piece,

6luortel Mislress: With secmless teomwork from the crew ond focused octing from -- = cost, the production won proises from the judges on the competir : dcy ond did the Dromo Society proud with o Silver Awcrd,

Lim Fong Jun

though oll vostly different in personolities, shore: common bond through their love for the orts, Almost immedio-= ofter Orientotion, ihey begon preporing for their first produc- , - "Threodless", on originol production written ond directed : Motthew Fom, c CJC olumnus, ossisted by our student direc-Nodio Cheriycn, Like the ploy's protogonists, the society come -be o commitied community united through hord work ond odver: when the curtoins come down on "Threodless" on Rocicl Horrr:Doy to much opplouse ond proise from stoff ond students.

This yeor's JCls,

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Ploy-"More"

The creotively conceptuolised piece weoved humour ond -- = messoge of hormony stylishly through intricote moke-up -J- , costumes thot included flowers glued on foces, eloborote f:,. point cnd culturol heodpieces, On the minimclist set, the choroc-= showcosed their spot on comic timing whilst the chorus displc.=: the ortfully designed ond proctised choreogrophy,

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"Threodless" wos olso odopted ond entered in the Write D:::.- Competition orgonised by LitUp. CJC Dromo Society clinchec --= "Best Actress in Comedic Role" Aword (Sondro Low ond Sim X "Best Ensemble" Aword, "Best Directing"Aword cnd the "Best C'. ='Performcnce" Aword in the JC cotegory,

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ln 20'10, ihe Drcmo fomily olso bid o fond forewell to our much : . = 'le'- Mr Christopher Toy who roised the bor for the society in his

Teocher-Coordinotor, We wish him oll the best ond thonk him ':' unique brond of theotre thot ollowed us to be more enriche: individuols ond os o teom, We're definitely looking forwcrd to cr': -- -

yeor of more dromo, both onstoge ond off! Cost ond crew of "Threodless" ot the Writeup Dromo Competition

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Ediloriql CIub

Teocher-in-chorge: Ms Pouline Chuo

Our Writers

lur oble teom of student writers hos consisten|y chollenged

-remselves to be better ot whot they do, lt is no eosy tosk os mojor :vents ond college ochievements ore feotured in the college ^ewsletter "The Fiome" every term, Our teom hos to ottend these :vents ond conduct interviews to provide o comprehensive view

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such newsworthy octivities, Working on'The Flome'hos enobled

-. to hove o cleorer ond more intimote knowledge of the college

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get first hond experience ond contcct

movers ond shokers in the college community os well -;: its leoders, We cover the most interesting individuols ond the --:st exciting progrommes thot the college hos to offer ond we ';:t io write obout it in our own style cnd voice. We clso toke this '=:consibility seriously ond work hord os o teom to produce the best =.vs coveroge, A workshop wos conducted this yeor to develop our "-1ng ond interviewing skills by one of our own teochers who wos - le o professionol journolist, We hove benefited greofly ond there - :s been o morked improvement on the whole. ..

= olm to spreod the CJ Spirit with our humble newsletter ond to We believe in using our :'=:tivity ond ortistry with the written word to do our bit in shoping

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JC2 Execulive Commillee: President: lon Lee (2T01) Vice-Presidenl Cloro Chio (2T31) Edilor ol "The Flqme,': Jonothon Cheng (2T31) Assl Edilor ol "The Flome": Stocy Tcn (2T7)

Edilor of Zephyr: Jocn Theng Assislqnl Editor Of Zephyr: Vonesso Thio

Secrelory; Clore Lee (2T01) JC2 Members: Jocinto Rotnom (2T01) Elizcbeth Liew (2T09)

Fcbeho Husein (2127) Morcus Ng (2T27)

= CJ community,

I -b Activities ' -. sixth yeor of running, the "mentor

ond mentee" scheme proved

-_ 3e successful in importing criticol ond importont ospects of -rg in o bid to troin the JC ls forthe even'luol stepping down of - 2s This ensures thot o certoin stondcrd which the Editoriol Club _: , :chieved is constontly mointcined for generotions to come. We .= :lso proud of the teomwork ond shoring thot occur oll the time .:-.',een the JCls ond JC2s, The forewell porty orgonised by the , ': wos olso something we wlll remember fondly,

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Teochers-in-chorge: Ms Yong Yunhui

Mr Borry Chio

Exco:

Mole Coptoin: Gerord Heng Justin Lou

Femole Coptoin:

Annobel Lum Femole Vice-Coptoin: Monisho Pilloy

Secrelory cum Tteosurer: Corisso Morie Thcm

Armourer Seoh Wei Ping

Fencing

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20.l0 hos been on incredibly memorcble yeor for CJ Fencers, Not c^

hove we been cble to do our school proud by ochieving on or'l of owords, but we hove oll hod the opportunity to leorn more ob': -ourselves ond our peers through physicolly ond meniolly demonc - troining sessions together. lt did prove to be o chollenge to o lo- -us to leorn how to reod our opponents, find their weoknesses onc :: quick enough to exploit those weoknesses in order to beot them wt-- the spon of 3 minutes, ln the Novices Fencing Chcmpionships 2010 Michelle Dormowon ,.', - Women's Epee lndividuol bronze, ln the teom events, the Wome' Sobre teom, consisting of Groce See, Avril Sheck, Priscillo Liem :^ Porveeno Bosheer, secured second ploce with o silver trophy while : Women's Epee teom went on to win our first gold trophy of the ye:'

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During the Morch holidoys, the fencing teom trovelled to Molc " , to toke port in the Selongor Open 2010 where we were given --=

opportunity to fence ogoinst highly experien:=: fencers from oll over Asio, Our fencers were c: : to goin involuoble exposure to different s-. = of fencing, os well os quolity time together tr: teom.

CJC Sobre

Despite the lock of experience when we '' storted out in the sport, CJ Fencing perfor-=extremely well during the Notionol lnier-Sc- - : Fencing Chompionships 2010, Seoh Wei F-hord work ond commitment to fencing . -. reworded with o silver medol in the Men's ::=lndividuol cotegory while the Epee onc :teoms won o bronze eoch. The women c sc : : us proud with Monisho Pilloy clinching o . : medol for the Women's Epee lndividuol cotel: The Women's Foil lndividuol event sow ou' - JCI notionol teom fencers Jephine Wong :- : Lim Shong Hui win gold ond silver respec- , = ln oddition, the women's Epee teom och:.=: o silver medol while the Foil teom, won the ; - : Due io the efforf put in by eoch ond ever', - - : of them, our lodies did well enough to toke ' , .'- . the tiile of Overoll Women's Chompions,

It hos indeed been o successful yeor fc- --. groduoting botch of CJ fencers, Despite c= more of on individuolistic sport, ihe fe-: teom hos leorni to work together to bring }r ,% the best in one onother. Mony of us hove gtr -: : 'ffi insightful knowledge obout our own stre-:-' ond weoknesses which hove helped - - " personol growth ond improvement os fe-:-' Furthermore, losting bonds cnd comorode'= - :l been forged between tecmmctes over th: : : : yecr, The numerous medols cnd trophie: .hove just been the icing on the coke for us CJC Epee

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Firsl Aid Club Teqchers-in-chorge: Mdm Mory Goh Miss Soh Shu Fong, Floro

Mdm Ong Lee Lin Execulive Commillee: Presidenl: "t.r.:,.41,

Ivon Lee Sze Ern (2T01)

Vice-Presidenl:

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Nguyen Tot Thonk Nhon (Niget) (2T13)

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Yon Zi Shing (2127)

The Ex-co with Ms Floro Soh

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foremost oim of the First Aid Club is to trcin more CJCicns so -^ot they ore equipped with first oid skills to help themselves. os well :s to help the others who ore distressed, Our members olso hope to :'cmote o generol sense of oworeness of first oid in the college ot :'ge,As such, underthe leodership of lvon Lee ond Nguyen TotThonk ',ron (Nigel), our unsung heroes hove rendered first oid services in oll -rjor college events, such os cross country, sports cornivol, leodership --:lning comp ond vorious sports competitions. At every juncture, the -embers hove corried out their roles with olocrity, responsibility ond =-ihusiosm,

'.':st of our members ore olso octively involved in outdoor expeditions, =.ceciolly with CCA groups like the Notionol Youth Achievement -,,,'ord (NYAA) porticiponts. During such overseos trips, our members .., render their first oid services ond olso tought bosic outdoor first : : skills to the NYAA porticiponts,

-. cort of our mission to help others in need, our club hos not forgotten -- Co their pcrt for the community, Our members hove token o very : -:octive role in toking port in vorious community service projects.

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Sports & Fitness Glub

Teqchers-in-chorge: Mr New Soy Leng Ms Sereno Soh Yon Shon

Executive Commillee: Presidenll Ang Joshuo (2T30) Vice-Presidenl: Josmine Chuo (2T09)

Secreiory/Ireqsurel:

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Film -:

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club members to reoch our fullest potentiol, lt strongly emphos:= teomwork cnd sportsmonship; hence SAF hos orgonised voric events for members of the CCA ond students of CJC to cultivote the, volues, The Fridoy morning run sessions thot just storted lost yecr pushed --members io improve their fitness levels, This encouroged the memb=

Benedict Chon Xiong Hoo (2T01)

to hove more confidence in pcrticipoting in more competitions :.

Publicily Monoger:

of school, SAF members Ang Chin Heng (2106), Jessie Ton (2T31), Ke Koh (2T05). Ang Joshuo (2T30), Vonesso Koh (1T15), Kirby Chen (1T:: Ng Keng Boon (1T15) ond Yong Zhen Yu (1T15) porticipoted in --Adventure X/physique Competition thot wos orgonised by Nonyc-

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Sporls Monoger: Ang Chin Heng (2T06)

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encouroge the CCA spirit, the members who ore unoble to cycle '.', = poired with other members who could. The President, Ang Joshuc : oworded the EAGLES Aword for his leodership role,

Cycling from Eost Coosi to Chongi 2

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Film Sound Video Sociely Competitions ES US

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NJC-Nikon SNAPI Competition 2010 Singopore Young Photogrophers Aword 2010 Whot Mokes o Young Chompion? 2010 Singopore Mediocorp Chonnel B Roving DV 2010

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NJC-Nikon SNAPI Competition 20.l0 . 2hdPrize - John Chon You En (2119) . Honoroble Mention - John Chon You En (2T19)

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Welcoming Mr Kuong Kim Chun on boord in 20.l0, Film Sound Video hod c promising yeor filled with chollenges cnd new projects thot pushed us in o new direction, Effervescent ond dynomic, FSV continues to evolve ond to move into higher quolity oesthetic production,

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Re-presenling CJC The yecr wos in mony ways o fruitful one, suitobly copped by John Chon's win oi the notionol NJC-Nikon SNAP! Competition os well os his prize of o Nikon DSLR His entry, "Comoroderie". token during the JCI Orientotion progromme, copiures ihe wormth ond vibroncy of the CJ community,

Teqchers-in-chorge: Mr Toy Chen Hui Mr Lee Lyncoln Mr Morc Kenji Lim Mr Kuong Kim Chun

Executive Commillee Presidenl: Sheryl Woo Hui Ting (2T09)

Vice-Presidenl: Cheryl Giom Guoy Ping (2T33)

Secretory: Celestio Ann De Rozo (2T10)

Heod of Photogrophy: John Chon You En (2119)

Heqd of Video Produclion: Andre Joseph Theng (2102) Heqd of Sound: Lee Jin Yong (2T20)

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from Joponese pop to those from CJC's very own budding musicions.

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by Lee Jin Yong, we hove been ploying on eclectic mix of songs ronging

The steody wcve of projects flowing in hos been of times overwhelming but welcome. Our JC2 members, led by Sheryl Woo, emborked on o

full-fledged shorf film project on drug use for SPLATI, c voluntory public educoiion group supported by the Ministry of Community,Youth ond Sports, From storyboording to production ond now moving into post-production, their film will be broodcost in secondory schools notionwide to discouroge youths from drug-use, Led by Cheryl Giom, the JC2s simultoneously worked on on entry for the Whot Mokes o Young Chompion? (WMYC) Competition thot chollenged their video-production skills ond obility io work under severe time constroints in o pocked ocodemic colendor. Working on moderote resources to produce quolity work hos olwoys been -he FSV mcntro. The Andre Theng-produced welcome video for JCI s ond John Chon's photos for Open House were produced in our literolly green

)roduction Studio of F5-06, just os our entry for MedioCorp's Roving DV (selected ond broodcost on notionol television) rode on our existing :rmy of DSLRs with fheir video functionolity,

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-he much-roved mocro-photogrophy exhibition of Chye Wei Sheng's 'ouno photos held in Term I cnd the upcoming'photo exhibition of our entries for the Singopore Young Photogropher Aword (SYPA) competition :re symbolic of FSV's push towords building ond showcosing our members'

-olent. ,Vhilst contribuiing to the college's couse ond promotionol needs, FSV vill in 20.l1 pursue ond hopefully ottoin o bolonce between service ond

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Teochers-in-chorge: Mrs Angelo Tie Ms Violet Teo

lnslruclor: Mr Chuc Teck Seng

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yeor drew o significontly lorger botch of JC I students to -= ensemble thon previous yecrs, The students brought with themyriod of diflerent musicol bockgrounds. The JC 2 guitorists, hc,. - . competed in the Singopore Youih Festivol Centrol Judging in -= previous yeor, were sufficiently experienced ond equipped to g, := ond troin their juniors to hone their guitor skills to plcy togetheone ensemble. This

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Mr Shi Xihui

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Guitqr Ensemble

0 Execulive Commillee: Presidenl:

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Zwe Ye Htut (2T28)

Vice-Presideni: Chong ZiYong Dovid (2T09)

Secrelory & Treqsurer: Anno Yeo Hwee Leng (2T10) 6luorter Moster: Jomes Cheong Ke Wei (2119)

Concerl-Mqster: Leong Yucn Ting Michelle (2T30)

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Executive Committee: Presidenl:

Morc Lee Yun Hcn (1T20) Vice-Presidenl: Sin Kok Loong Aoron (lTl8)

Secrelory: Lim Yuyi (l T36)

Treosurer: Lim Yin Ru (1T20)

Quqrter Mosler: Lee Xue Ning Vonesso (l T20)

Concert-Moslers: Grcce (l T25) Lee Siew Ching Alicio (1T28) Ton Yi Lon

Junior Ensemble with student conductor, Michelle Leong (2T30)

On the lTth of April, the ensemble ottended the 4ih Annuol G_ , Ensemble Competition ot the Viciorio Concert Holl The con:=showcosed the tolents of vorious junior colleges ond secon: schools, Mony JC I students were ottending o Guitor Enser-:. conceri for the first time, Hence, they took the occosion to obs:. = how to present themselves on stoge when it come to iheir tu.- -, perform for CJC's Guitor Concert in July lt wos clso o chonce fc. --. senior ond junior members of ihe ensemble to bond ond get to <one onother better. The highlighl of 2Ol0 wos the Guitor Ensemble concert tifled ..p :: = Together". li wos held on the 8th of July ct the performing Arts Ce- -..

The Roffles Girls'School Guitor Ensemble wos the guest perfc.-= ond our emcees for the night were Lee Min Jie (2T10) ond Fron: :: : Fortunoto (2119), The concert feotured eight ensemble pieces - : very technicolly demonding solo pieces by Hon Jun Guong (2-__

ond Jomes Cheong (2T19) ond three smoll group performcnce. _ guitorists enjoyed porticipoting in ihe concert ond the performc- , + impressed the oudience. During the course of the yeor mony people hove put in o lol of e-_ ond time into helping the ensemble soor to greoter heights * instructor ond conductor Mr Chuc Teck Seng, hos used his exce : pedogogicol skills to help the ensemble improve significon|y s - _ _ the lost concert in 2008. Mr Ton Hcn Siong, on olumni member c. -,:' ensemble olso contributed o loi of time ond energy to troin :-_ leod the ensemble during their proctices, Other olumnj meTr.= Ms lsobeLle Kong, Ms Bernice Chong ond Mr Timoihy Ong, no- : guided ihe ensemble, they olso performed in smoll groups c,'-_ the concert. The gool for the upcoming yeor is to continue to improve ond pe-: .* well ot the SYF Centrol Judging, Proctices for the competition -: . olreody storted ond the new Execuiive Commiitee is working to',,. : o bright ond exciting yeor oheod,

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(From left to right) lsobelle Leong (2T1 1), Zwe Ye Htut (2T28), Lim Jie Li (2T27) performing os port of the Senior Ensemble

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Guzheng Ensemble

Teqchers-in.chorge: Mdm Lucy Lee

At the beginning of the yeor the Guzheng

Ensemble brought the school two wonderful songs to stort off the Chinese New Yecr celebrction. Towords the end of term 2, Ihere wos olso o Guzheng

oppreciotion doy during the MotherTongue Week, when the Guzheng Ensemble put up c performonce in the school foyer. The new JCI executive committee consists of President Ng Won Ying (l T18), VicePresident Seow Yi Min Eunice (l Tl0), Secretory Sondie Loo Hong Ling (1124), Concert Mistress Lee Ying Ying (1T10) ond Treosurer Kuoh Ji En (l'T2l) Ng Won Ying ond Lee Ying Ying were selected to ottend the Leodership Trcining Ccmp (LTC) held on the second week of the June holidoys. The Guzheng Ensemble hos been proctising hord for the upcoming SYF next yeor ond we hope to scole greoter heights ond perform better thon the previous SYF.

Members performing during Mother Tongue Week

Mr Ton Wee Yong

Execulive Commitlee Members 2009/ I 0: President: Gino Fong Xin Yi (2T29) Vice-Presidenl: Volorie Lim (2T28) Secrelory:

Members of Guzheng preporing for Mother Tongue Week - Guzheng oppreciotion

Ton Shin Lu (2122)

Goncerl Moster: Derrick Lim (2T39) Treosurer: Jeneotto Low (2T34)

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Teochers-in-chorge: Ms Lindo Giom Ms Michelle Teo Mr Ng Jun Lin Ms Huong Yucn Ling

Gymnoslics

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tecm is comprised of three unique types -ortistic expression: Rhyfhmic Gymnostics, Artistic Gymncstics c- Trompoline, Although we differ in our tolents ond skills, we cont r-= to work together for the betterment of the teom, ond for --' ochievement of o common gocl. The CJC Gymnostics

yeor hcs been o milestone yeor forthe teom, os we hcve stretcr= ourselves in order to do CJC proud,ln the 20lO Notionol lnter-sc[ - Trompoline Chompionships, our gymnosts foced stiff compeiition : -finolly otioined on unprecedented teom silver medol for the C'

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competition, They ochieved Overoll Teom Silvel with A ndreo Le - - ('1T25) ochieving 3rd for the lndividuol Rope event, Amondo T- -' (2T30) ottoining 2nd for the lndividuol Ribbon event ond Desiree =(2128) cloiming lst for the Hoop event, 2nd for ihe Boll eveni :-: 3rd lndividuol All Round, Due to her outstcnding results, Desiree : .. ochieved ihe South Zone Colours Aword 20'l0, 2010 Teqm Members: Trompoline Gymnosts: 'A'Division Girls - Joon Ton 2127,Ong Weiling 2T32. Soroh Low --'lT1 l. Ong Wei Yee I T33 Coro Liom I T07, Joyslyn Long 'A'Division Boys - NigelWoo 2T03, Noihoniel Leong 2T34, Ezro Wong 1T07, Jonothon Ho I T0B Artistic Gymnost:

'A'Division Boys CJC Gymnostics Teom with Apporotus

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Rhythmic Gymnosts: 'A' Division Girls - Gong Huo 2T05, Sim Ltn 2IO7, Rebekoh BrouS2Tl l, Amni Forohin 2T28, Desiree Lee 2128, Amondo Thion 2T3C

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Hockey

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CJC's Hockey squod hos grown exponentiolly over the lost couple of yeors, Ms Priscillo Koh joined os heod cocch for the Girls'teom, Mr Robin Ton retoined his position os

Mr Rovi Misro Mr Benny Ton Ms Michelle Ng

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Coplqin: yeor sow o number of firsts for the teom, The Girls' teom especiolly hos distinguished itself This yeor scw our girls reoch the 2nd round of tournoments for the first time in:12 yeors.Through the oble lecdership of Ying Hui ond Denise Loh, the girls disployed o form of competitive hockey long missing from CJC,The girls olso won 2nd ond 3rd ploce in the Singopore Cricket Club (SCC) Hockey 4-o side Tournoment held in April of this yeor,

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progress to the second round but put up very impressive performonces to do CJC proud. They fored better in the SCC tourncment, bogging o bronze in the Open coiegory, Wee Kong, the Boys' Ccptoin, wcs instrumentol n orgonising ond rollying his ployers to work horder, Jnfortunotely the heovily lop-sided toble meont we inished in the bottom holf ond were unoble to move on -o the 2nd round unlike the post 3 yeors,

Joycelyn Yeo Wong Xiu Hui

-roining hos been tough this yeor with tighl schedules :nd even more elusive pitches, Unlike other yeors, we hod cst Old PA os o troining ground ond were subsequently 'crced to find olternotive troining venues, Howevet the -eom odopted o con-do oititude ond even troined on S:ndoys. Looking forword, we ore sure thot the teom will :chieve even greoter success in the coming yeor,

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Golf

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Cotholic Junior College wos represented of ihe 9th Notionol lnter-

Teqcher-in-chorge: Mr Adrion Ho

School Golf Chompionships held ot Morino Boy from sth-7th April 20l0 ln the Boys'A' Division lndividuol Event, Leon Lim, Ashley Goh, Jonothon Soong ond Benjcmin Michoel Cheoh took to the course with Benjomin ond Jonothon coming in 7th cnd 9th respectively. Alyson Yeo come in 6th in the Girls'A' Division lndividuol Eveni.

After sustoining o foir bii of sunburn, the Boys'A' Division teom, comprising Joncthon ond Benjomin, clinched o seconc stroight 3rd plocing finish for CJC, norrowly missing out on o 2nd ploce finish, Nevertheless, they monoged to fend ofi fierce competition from ACS(I) ond VJC. Alyson Yeo ond Morie Thio represented the college in the Girls'A' Division Tecm Event ond tied wiih RJC for 2nc position, but lost out on count bock to eventuolly emerge 3rd overoll,

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CJC Golf Teom -'A'Division 3rd Plocing

Alyson & Morie ot the driving ronge

Indiqn Culturql Society 20.l0 wos on extremely fruitful yeor for the CJC lndion Culturol Society, The yeor begon with Open House ond the CCA BozooL where ihe ICS members put up o booth to promote the society, The event gove on opportunity for ICS io disploy its strengths ond wos successful os the number of members grew exponentiolly,

ln Februory,5 members from ICS took port in Notionol Junior College's Tomil Debcte Competition. Although they did not moke it io the semi-fincls. the competition served os o plotform for the students to be more owore of current offoirs ond gove them on opporiunity to better develop their orotoricol ond writing skills, ln Morch six memberstook port in the lmpersonoiion Competition hosted byAnderson Junior College. ICS olso porticipoted in Yishun Junior College's 22nd Pre-University Seminor on Tomil Longuoge ond Literoture in April, in which the porticiponts were educoted bcsed on the theme of "Singopore Tomil Youth - Todoy". This event wos o memoroble event in our colendor cs it octed os on opportunity for us to reolise where our mother tongue stonds todoy ond where we ore heoding, Knowledge from the Seminor wos conveyed to the other members of our society during our de-brief session os we onolyzed whot we could do to increose the usoge of our mother tongue.

Aport from the seminors ottended in the first holf of the yeor, ICS olso ployed its pcrt in the Mother Tongue Week,We held o community quiz for oll ourTomil students.Thoolom 20.l0 wcs orgonized for other Junior College ond Centrolised lnstitute students, This yeor 12 junior colleges took port in this event, This event consisted of singing ond doncing ond writing competitions. Rociol Hormony Doy sow us selling ethnic food such os Roti Proto cnd profits mode from the events were donoted to CJC's Needy Students Fund.

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lnlerqct Club CJC lnieroct Club's theme for 2O1O is Possing on the Possion, with Love, Our objective is to serve the communiiy with love ond joy, ond to give selflessly to the community. This yeor, our club hos seen c huge increose in ihe number of members ond this hos ollowed us to toke on lorger-scole overseos projects, Community lnvolvemenl Progrommes (ClP) Eorlier this yeor we completed our CIP octivities ond occomplished our objectives of one of our existing CIP locotions, Singopore Action Group of Elders ond it wos on opportunity to move on to other locotions cnd expose our lnteroctors to more diverse couses ond ocquire o wider ronge of skills, We ore pleosed to see the oddition of o new CIP locotion, Mdm Wong's Shelter for onimols, which lnteroctors go to every Fridoy ond cultivote their core for rescued

Teqchers-in-chorge: Ms Renee Chong Mr Kwon Fook Seng Mr Desmond Chon Ms Ton Mei Qi

Execulive Commillee Members 2OO9 I 1Ol. president: Jonuori Lee Hong Rui (2Tl 7) Vice.Presidenl: Oh PeiYun isobellc (2Tl l) Secreiory & Treosurer: Low Li Fen (2T08) CIP Direclor: Volerie Ho Seok Ting (2T17)

Fund-roising Direclor: Meito Siswona (2102)

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lnler-club Direclor: Besides the weekly CIP we hove olso porticipoted in severol fundroising projects orgonised by externol orgonisotions. On Rotory Flog Doy, which fell on 27th Morch, we helped to collect donotions for the purpose of funding community projects thot oim to olleviote

Ong Yuon Zheng (2114)

lnlernolionql Underslqnding Direclor: Chon Wei En (2T13)

poverty ond promote physicol ond mentcl well-being, We olso ottended "RSVP lnterGenerotionol Wolk & Fun Doy" in Moy, where we poriicipoted in o fund-roising wolkothon where the proceeds supported community progrommes for schoolchildren from lowlncome households, the elderly ond the rehobilitotion of mentol potients. Fund-roising Projects in CJC Our oiher moin focus wos to roise funds for the underprivileged in our society ond the Combodion socieiy, We initioted o project, "Rose with o Prose", to roise funds for our Overseos CIP irip to Combodio 2010, Roses

of different colours were sold to the members of the

school community ond oll 500 roses were sold out within o short spon cf three doys!

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3esides committing to overseos projects,the lnteroct Club olso focused

cn "Shcre-o-meol" ond "Smoll Chonge Big Chcnge" to roise money the CJC Needy Students'Fund. CJCions doncted generously. The nteroct Club is very groteful to the school community's enthusiostic support in oll our fund-rcising efforts,

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- hos certoinly been o fruiiful yeor for the lnteroct Club. Our locol ond rternotionol projects hove helped to moke o difference in the lives :f the less fortunote. The globol recession posed c tough chollenge

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oid to help the underprivileged, but the lnteroct Club

celieves thot ii ccn overcome the chollenge by using more creotive ,voys to serve ond engoge the wider community,

Victorio-Morie Er Xue Min (2T02) won the K, S, Mehto Memoriol Aword

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Teocher-in-chorge: Mr Aoron Rojoo Teocher 2-lG: Mr Moithew Tong Presidenl: Chcn Jun Long (2T34) Vice-President: Nicole Dominique Sovio De R (2T.l5)

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Judo ln Judo, we ploce ourselves through c series of strenuous demonding physicol ond mentol exercises, often, to the point exhoustion cnd beyond. The shored fotigue ond eventuol fulfillment experienced iroining by the Judokos. disregording the hierorchy of belt ronks yeors of experience, hod the unconny cbility to bond ond unite os o teom.

Jessico Ton Si Jing (2T06)

Treqsurer:

Gobriel Wee (2T18)

Most of our Judokos storted out os o white belf novice, up competitors from the other JCs such os RJ ond HCl. who hod of post experience. Thus we were ihe underdogs when co come. Nevertheless, our Judokos did us proud with the perfect of skill ond wit.Winning wos not our motive in the externol com thot we porticipoted in, but rother leorning cnd gornering ex 1o further better ourselves, with the eventuol oim of excelling in Notionol Schools Chompionship, Nevertheless. we still monoged

ottoin owords. Eventuolly in the Noiionol 'A'Division C our Judokos did us proud. ln the teom event, both our boys'ond leom fought voliontly cnd with grect sportsmonship, but norrowly by o morgin of 3-2 in the third plocing to NYJC. ln the ind cotegory, however, we ore proud to bring bock the highest of medols in the history of CJC judo. ln oddition, Jeston Teo of I hos brought bock the first ever gold medol ln the lndividuol Competition ond Chon Jun Long of 2T34 hos brought bock the individuol silver medol in 12 yeors.

CJCYeor I Judoko (20.]0)

Nolionol Achievemenls Girls extrolight weight, Girls light weight, Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys

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Bronze Bronze Bronze Bronze Bronze Bronze

Kyu Grode Judo Chompionships 2010

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Bronze - Victorio Honnoh Goh (1T07) Gold - Coris Chon (lTl0)

Men 6th to Sth Kyu: Extro light weight Silver - Kenneth Tcy (1T26) Light Weight

- Chon Jun Wei (1T32) - Do Huu Luon (1T22) 2nd to 1st Kyu: Silver

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Extro light weight Gold - Jeston Teo (1T15)

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weekly bosis, on Wednesdoys ond Fridoys, New members in the teom hone their skills under the potient guidonce of our professionol cocch. Given the members'commitment os well os the mony opportunlties offered by the CCA for them to toke port in mecningful competitions, it is no

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wonder thot our college teom hos become the key feeder, producing copoble competitors for the Singopore Notionol Teom, representing our country overseos. On ihe locol scene, our boys ond girls ore eoger ond enthusiosiic to toke port in Notionol Singles ond Double events, lt wos thus no surprise thct their zeol hos tronsloted into on outstonding college performonce in the Notionol Competition 2010 In foct, the ieom ochieved the overoll Chompionship for both femole ond mcle

Lim Yon Sheng (2T15)

Publicily: Lim MeiZhen (2T08)

Secrelory: Wong Sze Lee Morie (2T15) Treqsurer: Eileen Ton Sin Yee (2112)

cotegories. Of course, besides the onnuol competitions, beyond this competitive the sport olso highlights the need to hove fun. With odherence to this yeor's Youth Olympic theme, Lown Bowls orgonized its onnuol cornivol thot infuses importont volues of "gome ond community" into the spori. Friends ond fomily, unfomilior with the spori, were inviled to join the members for o meoningf ul leisured event. With the exchcnge of knowledge ond skills ccrried out on o lighter note, there wos joy spirit.

ond loughter for members ond their fomily relotions os ihe lotter come to leorn more obout the sport. Our Achievements for 20.l0:

Nolionol Singles U2l (Men) lst: Chon Yi Kuon Vincent (2T18); 2nd: Dorryl Chew ZiJie (2T08); 3rd: Roy Ng Koi En (1T30); 4th:Lim Yon Sheng (2T15) Notionol Singles U2l (Women)

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3rd: Joey Chon Jiong Ling (2T08);

4ih; Lim MeiZhen (2T08) Notionol Poirs U2l (Men) -st; Chon Yi Kuon Vincent (2Tl B) Ng Wei Long (2Tl 8); 2nd: Lim Yon Sheng (2T15) Dicky Suhorli (l Tl4) Notionol Poirs U2l (Women) -st:

Eillen Ton Sin Yee (2T12)

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Jeonette Lou ShiFen (2112)

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feocher-in-chorge: Ms Chorlene Lin Executive Commillee (2009-201 0): Presidenl: Somuel Koh Shun Wen (2T28)

Vice-Presidenl: Nicole Mcrie Ng Mei Li(2T09)

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feel thot we hove given o liftle, ond received much in the woy :r* spirifuol growth. Let us hove o look of whot the Legion hos beer through this post yeor, most of which were more thon just rflerc'r obout proyer ond how it hos helped us to grow deeper in Christ.

ln oddition to Morning Proyers held every Tuesdoy ond Thursder.' mornings in the new school chopel ond the regulcr Prcyer Meetings

on Thursdoy evenings, we orgonised o speciol diologue sessic,r entitled 'How do you prove thot God exists?'. which explored ti-e different ospects of God,

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the help of our wise ond experienced guest speoker, Mr Andre w Kong, both students ond teochers were oble io cleor their doubx obout God's existence ond be well ossured of it, Besides the diclogue session, we olso held o video screening on'The Shroud of Turin', Botom OCIP - Group photo with the kids

left everyone in greot owe by the scientific findings unveiled by tn-* believed buriol cloth of Jesus Christ. lt strengthened our belief in fte existence of Jesus ond his divinity. Our Annucl Retreot wos onother highlight. This yeor's retreot, he,d

ot CHOICE retreot house, wos definitely on unforgettoble

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olignment with the theme The Light Shines: Finding God in my L: o very enlightened individuol in the form of Ms Edwino Yeow led in sessions. Aside from the meoningful reflections ond open shori sessions, we delved into teomwork, trust, proctised selflessness or-,!il leorned mcny new things not only obout ourselves but obout cr onother os well,

Botom OCIP - Girls hoving o hond ot sowing the plywood for the molfress support

During the holidoys. the Legion of Mory engoged in o stu initioted CIP of the Gift of Love Home where we extended love, help ond services to the elderly ond hopefully left them rr o worm smile on their foces. We olso emborked on on Over Service Leorning trip to Botom colled'Project Botcm KIDS', with the Society of St, Vincent De Poul. Fund roising wos done in form of o cor wosh cum sole of friendship bonds during one of Porent-Teocher meetings, This money finonced the wood plonks sowed ond used os bed supports for the children ond instollotion new mosquito nets for the St lgnotius'Orphonoge The trip to sow us leoving more thon just footprints behind; we left the chil with mosquito-free ond comfortoble nights, ond on obundonce joy ond condies courtesy of the donotions from generous teochers ond students - God bless their souls,

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Librory Society Teochers-in-chorge: ,',hen plonning the 20l0 schedule in 2009, the tecchers-in-chorge ,= the Librory Society gove the Executive Committee o chcllenge, ,, i ch wos to do things thot we hod never done before, to orgonise -:w octivities thot would serve the college community, os well os = rforce the bonds between ihe members of the Librory Society. -^C cs 20'l0 drows io o close, we hove come to wonder, hcve we -:t this chollenge? Considering thot we undertook our first Overseos - :inmunity lnvolvement Projeci (OCIP) in Botom, held o French euiz - ght of our college's tie-up with Fronce in the inougurol Youth - 'npic Gomes. initioted ihe D E A.R (Drop Everything And Reod) :'- grom in colloborotion with the Notionol Librory Boord in our school, - -op of our usuol duties os Librorions like puiting up disploys ond

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Vice-President: Yee Shu En (1127)

Secrelory: Leslie Ang Deyong (1T05)

Treosurer: Eugene Ton Szi Yong (1T04)

. ;htful orticles such os the'Commerciolizotion of Eoster' os well os --='r;eekly counter service ond the mointenonce of the librory, we -' -.- certoinly hove, = r ghlight of

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-munity lnvolvement Project. (OCIP) to Botom during the Morch roys, Along with the Moloy Culturol Society cnd severol students - .vonied to complete their NYAA requirements, the Librory Society - .lo .=- :ff the St, Yohonnes Kindergorten in Botom with children's : , --ts we hod collected in our book drive stoshed unceremoniously - =::h of our bog pocks.Togeiher with the Moloy Culturol Society - :r -re NYAA students. we constructed o smoll librory for the children , : --: ete with bookshelves ond shoe ond bog rocks thot we mode , . :: ves, We olso colloboroted with the Moloy Culturol Society to -= severol originol books in both English ond Moloy to teoch the . r'3n simple English

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Moloy Culturol Society Teochers-in-chqrge: Mdm Norhcyoti bte Awong Mdm Nor Honisoh bte Sophori

The yeor 20l0 con be regorded os one of MCS'most fulfilling

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of our greotest ochievements wos wl-: Vincentius Aji Jotikusumo clinched lst Prize during the onn-: successful yeors, One

Tompines Junior College Public Speoking Competition, defeci other colleges such os Temosek JC, Anglo Chinese JC ond Rof: JC. We olso ochieved 4th plocing in the Moloy Visuol lT Competit :

thot hod the porticipotion of more ihon l5 teoms. Although Conly monoged o Consolotion prize ot the Millennio lnstitute Poe-Drcmotisotion Competition, it wos on encouroging performonce : this wos our first ottempt of o dromotic production.

Besides pcrticipoting in externol competitions. MCS orgonis: octivities for oll studenis in the college community. Such octivt-= included the Moloy Scrobble Competition. Sepok Tokrow Choller;, ond ihe lnter-lnstitution Wou Design Competition thot oimed promoie creotivity through Moloy culturol ort.

Another highlight wos the Moloy Amozing Roce cum EnrichmsProgromme held ot the Moloy Heritoge Cenire, Through this octi. students hod ihe opportunity to immerse themselves in the ort of B:Pointing ond goin o deeper insight into Moloy troditions, custcgomes ond even the food.

The teom thot comprises Rophoel, Nodio ond Felicio thqt won 4ih Prize during the Moloy Visuol lT Competition orgonized by Longuoges ond Literoture Bronch, CPDD, MOE,

MCS olso hos been octively involved in communiiy service, As previous yeors, MCS continued to roise funds for ihe CJC NeE: Students Fund through ihe Food Bozoor during Rociol Hormony D: Celebrotion. Beyond the college, MCS. together wiih the Libr:' Society ond NYAA, corried out on overseos community involverr=-

project entiiled 'Book Botom'. The project certoinly benefited .*, students of StYohones Kindergorten os they ore now oble io e--: leorning through our provision of o librory corner ond o condu. ,, clossroom environment

Honds on experience with botik pointing during the Moloy Enrichment Progromme ot the Molqy Heritoge Centre,

The yeor hos definitely been o memoroble one. We hope to cont -

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to betier our performonce of competiiions ond corry out octir,'-* thot will noi only enrich our members but olso the community of Hopefully, these octivities con be o plotform for them their leodership, creotivity ond ieom spirit.

Achievements for Yeor 20'l0 Tompines Junior College Public Speoking Compelition Vincentius Aji Jctikusumo (1st Prize) Millenio lnstilute Poetry Dromolisotion Compelition Consolotion Prize (Teom) Moloy Visuol lT Compelilion 4th Prize (Teom)

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Mqthemqlics Sociely With o new membership structure in which we function wlth five commitiees, nomely, Reseorch, Bocrd Gomes, puzzles, Arts ond Croft ond Problem Solving, the Mothemotics Society wos oble to corry out octivities bosed on members'strengths ond interest. The 6th Mothemoiics Week wos hetd from t9 to 23 April 2010, This yeor's theme wos Youth ond Biodiversity, The theme of youih wos significont nol only becouse Singopore wos hosting the first ever

Youth Oiympics Gomes in August, but olso mony mothemoticions

Teqchers-in-chorge: Mr Lim Chye Fook (Coordinotor) Ms Chio Shing-Li Executive Gommiilee:

President:

Adeline Kok HuiMin (2T14) Vice-Presidenl: Denise Cheok Jio Yuon (2T14)

Secrelory: Monico Ton LiXuon

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in their youth mode greot contribution in the odvoncement of lv'lothemotics, The theme of biodiversity reminded us of the need to crotect our plcnet, our wildlife ond our very own survivol.22 April wos -orth Doy ond fell within the Mcthemotics Week.

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o giont Grophing Colculotor for the lounch of

',1oths Week, We hod o very successful ond unforgetioble lounch of '.lcths Week with Kishon of 2132 ond lvon Teo of 1T1 7 disploying their

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-^e members of the Reseorch ond Puzzle Committees did reseorch on -^e lives of l0 Mothemcticions.An exhibition bosed on the theme "The :'cmise of Youth" wos on disploy of the lower foyer, The objective wos -: creote oworeness omong CJC students ond stoff of the struggles :^d cmozing iolents thot some of the most fomous molhemoticions :' our time possessed, The exhibition olso showccsed how moths is -.ed to meosure the biodiversity level of on ecosystem. r,'rths Society took the first step of forming o long-term porinership ,,, -h NTU this yeor. 65 students ond stoff benefited from o tclk on : oonocci Numbers by Dr Chon Song Heng from the School of physicol :^C Mothemoticol Sciences, NTU, We hope to orgonise more of such : -clic tolks for the students in the coming yeors.

Distinction owordees of Americqn Mqths Competitions Terry 2T16. Anno 2T32.Ding yuon Meng 2Tl 2. Ang Ying Ying 2T1 2, Thomos Mork de Silvq 2T14, Christonto 2T25, Nigel 2Tl 3, Duc 2Tl 3, Note, 2Tl 6

; lrng on the success of lost two yeors'

Rubik's Cube ldol, the puzzles C:rnmittee of the Society orgonised the third Rubik Cube ldol this ,sf,r os port of Mothemctics Week. Bryon Ton of lI27 won with o --e of 29 seconds! Sudoku Chollenge wos onother event thot wos :'3onised by the Puzzles Committee. Bernice Wong of 2127 emerged :: rhe winner with o time of 12,25 mins. The lnter-closs Fostest Finger 3'rphing Cclculotor Competition wos ogoin held in which students {N-3re required to use GC to solve questions of H2 Mothemotics s-:rdord in less thon 2 minutes, 2T25 emerged os the chompion c :ss. The second event thot mode use of Grophing Colculotor wos Designing with Grophing Colculotor competition. The theme for *-: s yeor wos "Grophing Colculotor ond Biodiversity", The oim of the ::-npetition wos to enoble students to use GC os o tool for design,

Distinction owordees of Austrolion Moths Competition

*:reby leorning more functions of the GC beyond the Moths Syllobus. x .,, rn Kin Woin of 2T28 clinched the top prize for hi6 eye cotching r:sign of the Siberion Tiger thot brought home the messoge of the e-Jongered onimol, 1-': moin event, Amothzing Roce, wos bock ogoin during Moths Week, F:" ihe first iime. we invited siudents from Soint Joseph's lnstitution to .ltr- ^ us in the roce. 2125 won the most Outstonding Closs Aword while I-27 clinched the most Enthusiostic Clcss Aword. These two.owords ,,'.:'e new owords creoted for Moths Week this yeor.

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Mothemotics Society olso contributed to the troining of student lec:= During the June holidcys, l6 of our members spent 2 doys servir= focilitotorsfortheAmozing Roce,on outdoorcomponentof the leode'Troining Comp for JCI students of MOE Adventure Comp of Lobroc,

Othello Chompions - Nicholos Leong I T l5. Leonord Low 2Tl5, Ton Tion Siong lTl2, Christonto Oil2125' Kwon Kin Woin 2T2B ond Poul Choi lT33 *6

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ln oddition, in the recent Austrolion Moths Competition, Poul Chc of IT33 obtoined High Disiinction for the first time' There were c of l7 distinctions, continuing the upword trend of ochievement we -

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thot the school wos in the top 3 positions.

Othello winners Leonord Low of 2Tl5 ond Kwon Kin Woin of 2T2B

20lO wos indeed on exceptionolly fruitful yeor in which members society blozed new troils ond produced some sterling results'

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Music Minislry Moiher Tereso once soid, "We con do no greot things, only smoll things 'with greot love".This seems to be the montro behind the CJC Music Vinistry, whose members hove worked tirelessly throughout the yeor :nited by o common love for music ond God, Just into its second ,,eor the Music Ministry does not let itself be limited by its young oge,

rsteod its members hove shown greot dedicction ond commitment -o building this community ond ensuring thot their responsibilities ore

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Teqcher-in-chorge: Mr Aoron Rojoo Teqcher 2-lC: Mr lgnotius Goh President: Andre Joseph Theng (2102) Vice-Presidenl: Stocy Ton Bei Yi (2T07)

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Music Ministry primorily orgonises the music for the thrice weekly .rorning mosses in the college, selecting hymns oppropriote for -re Euchoristic celebrotion ond ensuring thot musicions cre oble -: leod the congregotion in worship, With mosses now held of the -ew chopel, it hos been heortening to see the Music Ministry leod =:peciolly on feost doys ond speciol mosses including the dedicotion -css of the new chopel, where the voices of the MM choir ond the : rngregotion come together, Ploying on ever growing repertoire of -lrgicol music, the Music Ministry seeks to further this growth through : :ns for o hymnol in the neor future.

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hos contributed to the college through

::riicipotion ot poroliturgies during school events such os

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l:mmencement Ceremony, the Annuol Awords, Council lnstollotion :^d Teochers' Doy, Working closely with the Student Council CA ,', ng, the MM hos set the tone for eoch event through songs chosen =:eciolly for the occosion, Although o smoll contribution, eoch ::roliturgy certoinly would not be complete wiihout opening ond : :sing with o song of prcise.

,':mbers of the Music Ministry hove gone beyond their bosic -=.consibiliiies, During bi-weekly meetings, students orgonize proise :- 3 worship to begin eoch session, Activities during meetings include :-.yq sessions ond troining, ensuring both their spirituol ond musicol ;':vih, Also, members hove put up performonces during college =.:nts such os Rockofello ond Chinese New Yeor.

Eloine Jolleh ond Rophoel, proctising for the Student Council Instollotion Ceremonv

:. -he Psolmisf proclcims "Let them prcise His nome with doncing :-: moke music to Him with tombourine ond horp", so does the ' '-sic Ministry hope to continue the oncient trodition of music in the l-'stion foith, o trodition which hos olwoys ployed on essenticl role - ,,.crship throughout history.

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Teochers-in-chorge: Ms Chon Sok Yee

20l0wosochollengingyeOrforthenetbollersofCotho:-. College, We hod o new cooch, Mr Justin Toy, ond the teon ,',:, prepored to stort o new yeor, with on oim to get into ihe -:: : the Notionol 'A' Division Netboll Chompionships We focec "- -'

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Coploin: Tioro Robyn Chew (2107)

obstocles moinly to troin o competitive teom within o short tin-=-"- - of 5 months, lt wos olso o chollenging tosk to chonge some . : : from being defenders to shooters ond midfielders. However, c --: did not stop us from going oll out ond fighting for our ultimot: ; - :

Vice-Coploin: Lee Sze Min Jonice (2Tl B) Treqsurer & Secrelcry: Proneetho Noir (2T09)

During the Chompionships, we foced strong rivols like HC -MJC ond RVH. The chompionships storted smoothly for us -: we defeoted MJC Our determining motch wos with RVH, b:- - - they were new opponents to the gome, Despite our efforts ..: .

not monoge to score ogoinst them ond we missed only b. - 'proportion, Our TPJC motch wos olso c breeze, but we endec - - - seoson by losing to HCl, one of the top 4 teoms lost yeor. Thrc -; this experience, the teom pushed on ond we knew thot even -- - - we did not meet our gocls, we engoged in something t^"e - :

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A highlight of our two-yeor experience here wos the Mcrch - - : , troining comp, This comp ollowed us to grosp certoin ski ls, ,',:'" ' ourbosicsondhovefriendlymotcheswithotherschoolsSUC|.]: ond Ml.This helped us to goin exposure to the vorious kinds of : : ' ; styles, ollowing us to be more versotile with our own, Morec.-' . got f o know our cooch ond tecchers-in-chorge better, We, os ). - , hope the netboll spirit will be possed on to the juniors,

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Nexus Club Teqchers-in-chorge: Mr Ang Hui Hun Ms Ho Moy Lee Ms Mook poh yen

2ol0 hos been yet onother fruitful ond memoroble yeor for us, Throughout ihe yeor, members were sent to porticipcte in severol Blue-sky Exchonge progrommes, our members leornt more obout

innovotion ond enterprise through ihese entrepreneurship seminors where successful entrepreneurs - like those from oslM ond Sondbox - were invited to shcre their experiences ond business models,

we then tronsloted oll this ocquired knowledge ond idecs into oction'through the Mother's Doy Entrepreneurship project in eorly 20.l0. we served os o plotform for students in the college to show their cppreciotion to their mothers - through the scle of roses, which were designed ond hond-pocked by our very own members,

Execulive Commiilee 2OO9 I 2Ot O: president: Khiew Zhiyoong Vice-Presidenl: Ang HuiSicn Secrelory: Twinkle Toy Meiying Heqd of Sqles: Ng Yu Xuon

Heqd of Morketing:

ln April ond Moy, we orgonised o service leorning project in block Students helped the elderly by cleoning up their houses ond then repointing the wolls ond ceilings. Our members olso engoged in conversotions with the elderly ond bonded with them,

Tsoi Lok Yin

2l Jolon Tentorom cl Whompoo,

ln June 20'l0, we sent teoms of JCI members to porticipote in the Youth Entrepreneurship Symposium (yESlOg) held ot NUS Business School, For YESI 10. porticiponts spent their holidoys studying cose studies of evoluoted businesses, in oddition to networking with cther Entrepreneurship members from powerhouses like RJC, VJC cnd ACJC. Poh Cheng Yew (1T0S), even led his teom to ctinch the cveroll 3rd ploce in the YESI chcllenge. os he wos the driving force in croposing on innovctive business ideo which wcs essentiolly o unique --shirt Do-lt-Yourself (DlY) designing service.

r August 2010, we orgonised the Teochers, Doy Entrepreneurship rroject, selling customized goodie bogs which the students could

JCI Members

3ive to their teochers for Tecchers'Doy, similor to the previous yeors, ,'./e were olso involved in the college's production of ccA shirts ond

3CA Competition Jerseys,

-..io initiotives were implemented towords the end of the yeor.

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-re co-operotive hod its first mojor focelift since its estoblishment 34 .eors ogo, with the oim of enhoncing the oesthetic oppeol of the 3o-operotlve, Secondly, the first ever cJC Nexus Alumni Associotion olso be set up to ensure the smooth tronsition of the old leodership -'io the new leodership cnd to ollow groduoted members io keep in :cntoct ond to return ond continue to be involved in our Club, ,', ll

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Teochers-in-chorge: Mr lsooc Lim

Ouldoor Advenlure Club (ODAC)

Mr Cosimir Kong Mr Derek Foo

Execulive Commiltee: President & Heqd ol Rope Deporlmenl: Elizc Ton 2T3l

Vice- President & Heqd ol Compelilions: Ng Jing Kuong 2T15 . Heod ol Knowledge Deporlment: Shreyos Chcndro Roo 2Tl3 Heqd of Firsl Aid Deporlmenl: Jored Toy 2T25 Heod of Expedilion Monogement: Loi Too Yee 2T17

Secrelory: Eleonor Wong 2127

Committee: Loou Xuon Yu 2T17

Vincent Ong

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Choo Rui Zhi2IOT Descending into the croter

CJC ODAC is often described os o CCA like no other, An oui odveniure club, it hos seen mony young men ond women frowolks of life join its ronks ond emerge o little oldet o little fitter but chonged from the experience they hove been through, From the beginning we ore reminded thot while the journey is more impc* thon the destinotion, the destinotion is still importont; it is botiexperience of the ODAC journey ond remoining focused on vr^a'ti importont thot motivote eoch ODACeT to grow together in the C3a. The ODAC progromme con be summorised os o little SPECK: Physicol troining, Expeditions, Competltions ond Knowledge, Skills

ODAC obove Klong Dom

Every ODACeT in his/her journey in the CCA is given the

to pick up o voriety of skills;

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Comping, Novigotion, Ko Abseiling, Prusiking, Cycling. the list of skills thoi ore ocquired on. Picking up fhe skills is o chollenging process ond the sens'e ochievement is polpoble when they ore finolly ottoined. But the fulfillment comes from teoching. guiding ond shoring the skills leornmoke every member in the Botch o better person from whot they c Firsi Aid.

were. Physicol Troining

Physiccl troining is on integrol port of ony ODAC member's ro,-,,..*e] *Mony join ODAC noi hoving been blessed with physicol prowess, b*rdfr the morning runs, long runs, grondstond intervcls, pull-ups, ond the ermod effort put inlo conditioning themselves hove poid off.

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Ouldoor Advenlure CIub (ODAC) Expeditions Expeditions, both locol ond overseos, ore on insepcroble port of the ODAC experience, The Overseos expeditions toke ploce 3-4 times o yeor ond the plonning, preporotion, lioising ond execution cre undertoken by the students. The Mcrch expedition sow ODAC hike over 50 kilometres oround Singopore on the first two doys before going ocross

the Cousewoy into Moloysio ond oscending

Gunung

Ledong (Mount OphiD on the next,

thoi explores o ronge of odventurous octiviiies ond this porticulor expedition wos chockfull of

The June XP is one

lt consisted of 4 mountoins: Gunung Bubu, Gunung Dotok, Gunung Lombok cnd Gunung Ponti; 2 coves: Guo Tempurong cove (Adventure), Botu cove(sight-seeing); White-woter rofting olong the Kompor River; Woterfcll cbseiling of Ulu Gerunting; o visit to o hot spring; ond Loto (injiong woterfolls. All of these in the spoce of just 5 doys. -he November XP olso known os the Leodership Troining lxpedition, sow ODAC trek through severol mountoins in "vloloysio on o journey of self-discovery, perseveronce ond cersonol growth.This yeor, ODAC oscended 4 mountoins in '"4oloysio: Gunung Bintong, Gunung Josor, Gunung Pedor :nd Gunung Brinchong. The December XP sow ODAC

octivities.

-:ke on the chollenge of climbing 6 volconoes (Mt ljen, ioung, Arjuno, Meropi, Lowu, Welirung) over 5 doys in

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Ouldoor Adventure Ctub (ODAC) Competitions

Compeiitions ore o moinstoy jn the ODAC colendor ond ... _ = done the school. the CCA ond ourselves proud by retc _ - onnuol Notionol Verticcl Mcrothon trophy for the Ztn itro,g. ==,

ODAC on Mt Roung

well os the Adventure Troil Chollenge for the 6th yeor olso come in second in the Adventure X-physique,

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An insoticble desire for knowledge is on inextricoble comp:_=-. ony ODACeT: "the more we know ihe more we know thoi ,,,,: I _ know the more we know we need to know,,, Astronomy, nn _ _, , Plont Toxonomy, Mountcin, History; ihese ore just some of t-= -.. different ospects of knowledge thot hove been explored,lt _^._ hoving usefur knowredge thoi we better understond is the , : thot there js in the world oround us, And perhops, hove the c- . : humility to reorise thot we ore not the centre of the Universe _

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Science Honours Society

Teochers-in.chorge: Ms Sondro Hondojo

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JCI membership, the members become tutors to Primory five ond

Mr Aloysius Ting

Primory six students from three neighbourhod schools oll oround lhe islond - Hougong Primory, Rivervole Primory ond Boon Loy Primory.This project wos the result of c three-woy colloborotion with Metropolitcn

Exco 2009-20t0: Presidenl:

YMCA ond the primory schools. ln the process of mentoring the children, our members forged relotionships with the children ond were regorded cs'big brothers ond sisters',ln June, to bring leorning beyond the constroinls of clossrooms ond textbooks os well cs to experience joy in leorning together, the members orgonised o comp entitled "PS.l,: Primory School lnvestigotion". The comp wos oimed to provide opportunities ond experiences in opplying mothemoiicolond scientifi c concepts through investigoting everydoy occurrences. The .omp culminoted in o compfire. lt wos on unforgettoble experience +or mony of our members!

Viknesh Kumor Somu (2T13)

Vice.Presidenl: Minnie Ton Yu Shon (2T29) CIP Coordinolor (Mentoring): Luong Trong Duc (2T13) CIP Coordinolor (Speciol Projecls): Choi Hyoe Hyun (2T25) Exco 2010.201 I :

President: Meng Shi 7e (1T26) Commillee members: Clement Fon (1T29) Thineskrishno s/o Anboros (1T18)

3esides mentorship, our members olso sought to generote grecter nterest in science in the college community by orgonizing C S l. ot :ollege level during Science Week 20l l. Some of our members did science busking'ot the conteen during thot week, showcosing ond exploining the'MAGIC OF SCIENCE'to their peers, Science Achievemenis in 201I

IJC's poriicipotion in science-reloted competitions ond ottochments severol breokthroughs this yeor.

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- 2 JC A.STAR Aword recipients, thus for only I - 2 students were oworded MERIT for their Nonyong Reseorch :'cgromme (NRP) enrichment projects storted in 2009, thus for only - 2 ieoms were finclists for the Singopore Science ond Engineering .

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Rugby

Teochers-in-chorge: Mr Foo Chee Tuong

Coploin Vice-Cqplqin

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"lf We Believe, We Con Achieve": thot wos the motto for the - . Rugby teom 2010 os we prepored ourselves for the'A' Di',,, Police Cup Chompionships, Our teom storted troining os eor . December 2009 under our new heod cooch Colvin, troining hc;"times o week, building on the skills thot mony of our newer plc. = hod ocquired in 2009 We knew we hod o toll order to fill os our s:- teom hod set up o high stondord by ottoining the 2nd runne -: for the Plcte Chompionships lost yecr. We orgonized mony prc:- - moiches with other schools such os Bedok Town Secondory Sc- -. ond Domoi Secondory School in order to build the experience : . of our teom,

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As ihe competition wos drowing neor, our cooch ond tec:-orgcnised o rigorous Morch holidoy rugby comp thot losted 'doys, By the end of the comp, we were oll pumped up ond reoc the competition thot wos'io come. -

ln our'A' Division first round grouping, we hod Hwo Chong lnsti-,- Pioneer Junior College ond the 2 power houses, Anglo Chinese - - -

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seoson on o high by beoting PJC in our first gome with Timoth', , .' scoring the first iry for the school, ln the end, we monoged to =- - our opponents 3 tries Io 2. Al the end of the groups stcges, our -- : '" emerged 3rd, ofter ACJC ond ACS(I),

Joel on Line Out

Our semi finol motch wos ogoinst Jurong Junior College. The, , o very impressive line up, ond we knew thot this wos going t: : = tough competition, Despiie our efforts, we were unoble to mo-: - skills ond physicol level of our JJC opponents, Our finol motch ', 3rd ond 4th plocing wos ogoinst PJC, the teom we first plcye: This motch wos intense os our boys scored the first try of ihe ; But we lost to PJC by o norrow morgin, Although only cloiming the 3rd runner up of the Plole Chompic ^ ," we ore still proud of ourselves for coming this for togethe- -

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Vincenl de Pqul Sociely

The St, Vincent de Poul Society (SVDP) of Cotholic Junior College is o society thot is dedicoted to serving the needy ond less privileged in the community, During the yeor 2010, our members in colloborction with MetropoliionYMCA (N/IYMCA), corried out mony projects to reoch out lo meet the voriety of needs of the less fortunote in our society,

Our members ossisted in ihe running of the MY MANNA store which supplies bosic groceries cnd toiletries monthly to obout 90 fomilies, However,'the highlight of our octivities wos the MY BIG SWEEP"Cleon ond Point with Love" projecfs, in which our members plonned ond

Teqchers-in-chorge: Miss Adeline Wong Miss Chorlene Lin

Execuiive Committee: Presidenl: Cheron Royden De Lo Horpe (1T32) Vice-Presidenl: Tiong Ho Kin (1T35)

Secrelory: Justino Jo-Ann Veronico auek (l T24)

Speciol Projecls Co-ordinolor: Cloire Ann Abrohom (1T19)

executed the cleon-up ond refurbishment of the homes of the less privileged. During our second project, we olso hod the privilege of working olongside two Hong Kong interns who were in Singopore os port of the YMCA's exchonge progromme

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during the inougurol "World Plcy Doy" oimed ot encouroging members of the public to ploy, orgonised by the Metropoliton YMCA, ot the Singopore flyer, ln oddition, we helped focilitote the "MY Fiesto Art Cornivol" orgonised by the Hong Kong interns, which sow our members interocting with speciol needs children of West Cost Pork, engoging in simple octivities such os sondwich-moking ond singing, This yeor our members initioted o chority ccr wosh in order to roise funds for the OCIP trip in June to St. lgnotius Orphonoge, Bctcm. We woshed the cors of porents who ottended the Porent-Teocher

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Meeting in April. CJC Vincentions colloboroted with the CJC Legionories during the June holidoys for our OCIP Project Botom, lndonesio 2010, where we emborked on o leorning journey together with the orphons in Botom, \"4ony of the J2s interocted with ihe children ond were overjoyed cy the foct thot the children were oble to remember them from .oving met the yeor before. At the orphonoge, we olso did vorious . mple repoir works such os sowing plywood for the children's bed :nd replccing domoged mosquito nettings, From the 4-doy-3-night :xperience, we goined voluoble insights on whot it meons to serve

-re community despite the longuoge bcrriers between

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Cloire ond Cheron wiih speciol needs children ot the "MY Fiesto Art Cornivol"

:'rilclren, ^ oddition, we ossisted in other college events, such os the lnstollotion 3eremony of the 36th Student Council held ct St. lgnotius Church :rd the blessing of the College Chopel 0 hos been o f ruitful ond enriching yeor for the St. Vinceni de Poul ::ciety, with the introduction of new projects, The members of the :.1DP hope to stond up to greoter chollenges ond further reoch out -: tbe community in the future, .,1 I

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Chollenge we foced Hoving o botch of inexperienced shooters wos never o chollenge for CJC Shooting Club, especiclly to cooch Mr. Victor Lee. This yeor, neorly oll its members hod obsolutely no shooting experience, unlike previous yeors. But even with this hondicop of inexperiencb, our members of the 2OOql2O10 botch hove excelled to become o tolented botch of shooters. Achievemenls we obloined We ochieved success in mony of the competitions ond invitotionql shoots thot we pcriicipoted in, winning numerous.titles in competitions, such os Tompines Junior College lnvitotionol Shoot ond Greenridge Secondory lnvitotionol Shoot.

More importontly, during the l4th Notionol 'A' Division lnter-School Shooiing Chompionships.ourshooters disployed the club's ideols of fortitude ond perseveronce ond were oble to cope under intense pressure to moke CJC proud. Our shooters

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Shooling Club Air Rifle Men's Teom overcome Roffles Junior college, o powerhouse, by o mere 3 points to secure 4ih position. This yeor, we olso produced on outstonding shooter, Cheng Zoihoo, who hod mostery over both oir rifle ond oir pistol. Not only wos he the Coptoin of the Air Rifle Men's Teom thot emerged victorious in the Notionols, he olso ochieved o loudoble individuol Sth position in the Air Pistol Men's cotegory. Nome of

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Teocher-Coordinolor: Mr Adrion Ho Assl Teocher-Coordinotor: Mr Rupert Gloscow Coploin: Prem Nozir (2114)

Vice-Coptoin: Coleb Lim (2124) Treqsurer: Alostoir Leong (2T13)

Soccer The 2010 Soccer Boys'teom is mode up of o group of students v.*,:

hove greot possion for the gome. The tolented ond commii:S members hove olwoys given their best during troining sessions, frien lru' motches ond the Notionol Soccer'A' Division Chompionships. ln course of the yeor the boys mode fontostic improvements from --e troining ond pre-seoson motches. They went through o demonc -, schedule to prepore them for the tournoment.

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Swimming

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20.l0 morked o tiring but rewcrding yeor for the swimmers of CJC. During troining we pushed ourselves beyond both our perceived physicol limits ond mentol limiis, telling ourselves thot nothing wos impossible os we worked towords improving our strokes ond timings, Before our octuol 'A'Division meet, we were invited io poriicipote in ihe lnter-JC ond ITE friendly Swimming Meet on the lOth of April ot

College Ecst. This gove us the opportunity to not only meet our cotentiol competitors in o friendlier environment but olso to prepore curselves to compete in o competitive setting, :TE

Mdm Wee Siew Ling Mr Boloji Norosimhon (Jon-Moy) Mr Lim Zhiyi(June-Dec) Executive Committee: Boys' Coptoin: Ang Koi Jie (2Tt B) BoysnVice-Coptoin: Teoh Zhi Hao (2126) Girls' Copfoin: Tesso Seet Chu Jie (2Tl0) Girls' Vice-Coploin: Woon Shi Yun (2T04)

r the fourth ond fifth weeks of April, the swim teom porticipoted in -re 5l st lnter-School Swimming Compeiition. With our relotively smoll .wim teom, compeiition wos tough ond intimidoting but the rewcrds 'cr our efforts in troining were evident, Our swimmers did us proud, ,,rith four of our swimmers ottoining positions in the top B of their 'espective events, An honouroble mention should be given to John -eo (1T11), who did us proud by coming in 4th for the 200m Freestyle rdividuol event ond 8th in the 400m Freestyle event, Our Boys'cnd 3 rls' teoms took port in the 4X50m Freestyle reloy ond the 4X50m ',4edley reloy, emerging 5th overcll for the Boys'teom ond 6th overoll ':r the Girls'teom for both reloys.

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Presidenl: Christopher ChoY Woi Yin (2T05)

Arts Centre(PAC) wos the stoge to showcose whot the bonc occomplished in the short period of time given to the J2s ond -come together os o united group of philhormonics The Jopor= ' styled Morch entitled "Willing ond Able" wos our opening piec=

Vice'President: Ngiom Xing Hoo (1T35) SecrelorY:

thenight,boldlyconveyingtotheoudience.'Yes!Weorewilling' oblel,,, The second holf of the concert wos o light cnd heortwc'^' offoir. The oudience donced to the tune of Arcshi in Jopc- Groffiti XIV ond other evergreen tunes such os YMCA We ore d:= -' groteful to the olumni bcnd for their huge contribution in mckir 3 concert o success,

Lee Hui Yi (2117) â&#x201A;Źluqrler Mqsters: Stephonie Chew Shu Yi (2T15) Justin Lim Jing Xuon (2T13)

Librotion: Agustin Joon Morie Lovolle ( 2T35)

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the stort of the yeor troining wos rigorous os we were not willing to setile for onything less thon the quorterfinols this yeor. This eventuolly brought us to the 3-doy intensive Tennis Troining Comp From

during the Morch holidcys from 9om to Spm, where we troined ond pushed ourselves beyond our limits. Despite the intensity, ii wos olso c good time to strengthen the bonds between the members os we spurred eoch other on to bring our tennis teom to the next level,

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Coploins: LewYong He (Boys) Koh Siew Min Jill (Girls)

Vice-Coploins: Leslie Ng Jin Fu

3ur Notionols storted with the Boys'teom being drown with NJC, SJI(l), ',41, TJC, ond ACS(I). Although we oll gove our best ogoinst ACS(I). .,/e were unoble to emerge victorious, losing 5-0 However, this only loubled our determinotion to do better ogoinst ihe other schools, :nd we eventuolly out-hit MJC, TJC ond NJC eosily, The deciding rotch wcs ogoinst SJI(|), ond CJC eventuclly won by o close score :r 3-2 With o sigh of relief yet with o spork of excitement, we quolified

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- <ewise, the Girls' teom did not disoppoint. Being drown with NJC, . /, JJC, ond HCl, we were confident thot we could ct leost come

^ os runner-up or even iop the toble in our group, Our first motch .,:s ogoinst NJC ond our 5-0 victory over them served os o morole ::oster for the next few motches to come, Agcin, we ployed our ::st ond were nof to be outdone by RV ond JJC However, the reol ,^cllenge come during our lost group motch cgoinst HCl, We were -::-ermined to ploy our best, even though we were olreody through -- -he quorterfinols, However, ii proved to be insufficient cs we lost t-Finishing o serve

- -.ough the competition for the golden trophy for both the Boys' :: ^: Girls'teoms eventuolly ended, both teoms were positive cbout --: cutcome os we met our oim of reoching the quorterfinols for the

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Teqchers-in-chorge: Mr Wong Chee Woi, Mr Wong Guoliong, Mr Muthu Tomilselvon, Ms Eloine Lim

Coptoins: Ho Jio Lion. 2T08 (Trock); Jocindo Toy Joo Hwo,2T36 (Jump);

Christopher Polmer Gozoli. 2127 (Ihrow)

Adminislrqlive Monoger: Goh Koi Jun,2I2O

Trqck ond Field 20.l0 hos been onother fruitful yeor for CJC Athletics,The odditior-

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but this did not offect the teom's focus ond determinotion t: _-.well in the Notionol lnter-School Trock ond Field Chompionships ' Loh's crrivol sow o complete chonge in our troining system, one --:i required much more mentol ond physicol enduronce, Prior tc --= Notionols, the CJC Trock & Field teom porticipoted in events suc- -: SAA Allcomers Meets, SPH Schools Reloy Chompionships. Singcc :-; Junior Athletics Chompionships ond Akiro Swift Annuol Trcck & : = Chompionships, The othletes did the school proud in the 5l st Notionol Trock cnd : = : Chompionships 2010 os the Girls come in on cstounding 4th pc: - : "

overoll, on improvement from 6th lost yecr, They olso colleci:: : totol of I5 medols for the college, which included 2bronze me::r from the Girls'4Xl00m ond 4X400m reloy teom. The most outston: - : ochievement for the Boys come from Aoron Chen (2T02) c: -: monoged io obtoin c bronze medol for his long jump. :

Our othletes hove been octive off the troining grounds ond sloc .-*.r

too, orgonising events such os ihe CCA Bozoor, os well cs --* school's Olympic Relcy in the spirit of the I st Youth Olympic Gc-=: The Olympic Relcy oimed to foster inter-closs bonds within the l- _ community os closses sent down runners to compete in o rood .= :,,, plonned ond drown out by the othletes themselves. Even :--=" schools like Nonyong Girls'High ond CHIJ (Too Poyoh) porticip:-+: in this event Overoll,

it hos been on eventful ond memoroble yeor wiil- l-This sport hos tought us to persevere ond be discip -=:

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Volleybqll Teochers-in-chorge:

2O1O Volleyboll teom wos o united yet competitive -::-' thot storted out with o few experienced ployers ond mony c--= who showed greot potentiol ond enthusiosm for the sport, De:: -. the severol obstocles thot stumbled the woy of our Volleybcll i=:-we monoged to overcome them ond troined even horder L-tthe intense heot of our new outdoor Volleyboll Courts, working -:

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