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2 schoOl crest, vision; mission

&core values 5

: I ,. board members, staff & teachers 13

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Veritate Et Garitate ln,Truth and Love

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The college crest shows the Holy Spirit sSrmbolised by a dove and by fire. In CJC, we are inspired and guided try this Spirit of knowing and loving. The Star, taking the form of a stylised cross, is our symbol of faith. As the star guidgd.'T.he Magi to Bethleheml, so too we; in CJC, are guided by faith in'

our daily lives. Our college motto lln Veritate Et Caritate', or tln Truth and Love', means that our eoncern for maninspires our search for truth.

Vision

CJC; A place of excellence in learning and living

Mission

Building a Generation:

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We cultivate in each young person the skill anil attitude to ernbrace challenges wisely and courageously. We foster a community that cares for

the dignityo-f youngpeople, nurturingthemtobe men andwomen of rive UiOaaeir their vision-so that they become leaders "o-piiri6tr. committed to serve in faith and with

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GorervalUes lntegrityand Love

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Academic Award Winners 2C1C JC

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Award Winners

GENERALPAPER

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academic award winners

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2011=lt-Scholars Cheow Sue-Ann

TayJu Lyn

ChooWeiYiAngela Frances Loke Wei

Alexine Rebecca Chiau Le Xian Jared Liew Jian Wei

Lam Ka Hei Deborah LimYong Hui Michele Ow Li XuanViola Rinajit Kaur Sathrin Kaur Saggi D/O K

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Hofbauer Alexandra Leanne Lee Dai Ling (Lynn) Jeanette Flower Kwan Yong Lim Jia Wen Carissa

KimberlyNg QiYuet

2011 CJC Flame Scholarship (Sports) Rosete Tatum Antoinette Delgado Krystal LeeYingYing Cheow Sue-Ann Cherine QuekAng Rui Alexine Rebecca Chiau Le Xian Katiya Melissa Ng Ser Lee Lim Yufeng Alissa SherylAnn TanYi Shi Ryan Gerard Oliveiro

]AI-AYLANGUAGB (H1)

Joanna Ying Jie En

Long Nuolin Joyslyrr CHINBSE I-ANGUAGB

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KowYuen Teng Jocelyr INO\&'LBDGE AND INQUIRY

Ursula Felicia Haryanto T{\{IL I-ANGUAGB (H1) G Reuben Gangesh

Wei Weijia Lynn Lee Dai Ling Hofbauer Alexandra Leanne Kenneth Tay Hao Quan

Jared Liew Jian Chee

David BIOLOGY(H1)

MayankVasudeva

2011 CJC Archbishop's Scholarship (Academic)

Theodore Edward Yzelman {}L{THBMATICS)

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TeeWingyu Beryln

fL\THEMATICS (H1) LO\\T SIEW NGHEE MEMORIAL AWARD

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BIOLOGY(H2)

GENERALPAPER

Brian Thian Wen Yao Lucian Lee Wei Sheng Clare Chan Kie

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Randail Wee Tien Khoon Lek Hui Qi Mervelle CHINA STUDIBS IN ENGLISH (H1)

Goh Xue QiStephanie

I,.rr-okWai Tat Daryl

Kevin Martens Wong Zhi Qiang

OI]TSTANDING ACADEMIC AWARD _ TOP STT]DENT (ARTS)

CHLUISTRY(H1)

I{NOII'LEDGE AND INQUIRY

Leong Mei Yee Isabelle

Lee Jing Wen Bryan

James Edgar Lim TjenYao

IHE]IISTRY(H2)

ENGLISH I.ANGUAGB AND LINGUISTICS

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Kevin Martens Wong Zhi Qiang

PHTSICS (H1)

MATHEMATICS (H1)

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-lng WengYewTimothy ECO\OMICS (Hr)

:,-alessa Caral),n Tan Xin Yi :CO\OMICS (H2)

lren WengYewTimothy :\'GLISH LITERATURE (H1) -

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L\GI-ISH LITERATURE (H2) .,,ng Nuolin Joyslyrr

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I.ANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS

ong Hui Ting Jocelyn

T:EOGR.APITY (H1)

-:eo Min Hui Cheryl

Khiew Zhi Yoong Rebekah Jiashan Broughton SamanthaTan SinYing Michelie Djong Hui Ing Tan Li-Wun Kathleen Kevin Martens Wong Zhi Qiang Oh Pei Yun Isabella

Chan ThimYan Neil

TengYi Hui Cassandra Hillary Yap Lok Yee Kok Hui MinAdeline Bay Jin Cheng Justin

CHEMISTRY(H2)

PRINCIPAL'S COMMENDATI ON AWARD

TengYi Hui Cassandra

Michelle Djong Hui Ing

PTTYSICS (H1)

COMMBNDATIONAWARD

TengYi Hui Cassandra CHBMISTRY(tll)

Ng Fern-Ling Charlene

Lew Yong-He

PHYSICS (H2)

OUTSTANDING CCA CONTRIBUTION AWARD

Chan ThimYan Neil

Sng HLi Juan Jane

HL\-.\ STUDIES IN ENGLISH (HT)

TAN SIOK TIN MEMORIAL AWARD FOR SPORTSPERSON OF THE }'EAR

-':nTeoYunHao ,j-ISTORY (H2)

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Chan Keng Loong Zachariah PROFESSOR LEO TAN AWARD (BIOLOGT')

ACA-DEM IC EXCELLENCE AWARD

BROTI{ER PATRICK LOH AWARD (ENGLISH LITERATURE)

h Khoon Sheng Eugene

HISTORY (H1)

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Lui Jieer BIOLOGY(H1)

Chan ThimYan Neil

-tt'an James Yong Zhen Jiang

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LOW SIEW NGHEE MEMORIAL AWARD (MATHEMATICS)

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Rebekah Jiashan Broughton (Gym) ZweYe Htut (Guitar) Cheng Zai Hao (Shooting) Koh Shiqi Stephanie (Council) John ChanYou En (FSV) Christopher Choy Wai Yin (Band) Chan Jun Long (Judo) ElizaTan (ODAC)

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OUTSTANDING ACADEMIC AWARD TOP STUDENT (SCIENCB)

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ECONOMICS (H1)

Liu Jieer IAWRENCE TAY A\MARD (ECONOMICS)

Denise CheokJiaYuan ENGLISH LITERATURE (H1)

Leong Mei Yi Isabelle

Desiree Marie Lee Zhi Fen (Gyn)

GEOGRAPHY(H1)

FATHER GERARD KEANE AWARD

Mary Elizabeth Teo Jinjie

Tay Shen Yueh Paula

BROTHER JOSBPH KIELY AWARD FOR

LEE FOI.INDATION MERIT AWARD (SER\,'ICE)

GEOGRAP}TY

Chan Keng Loong Zachaiah Januavi Lee Hong Rui

Tey Shu Hui Priscilla HISTORY(H1)

BERNARD CHBNAWARD

Ashley Lim Jia Hui

Amanda Thian Wen Lin

HISTORY(H2)

EEPENGLIANGAWARD

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Our Stars

NatlonalColours The hard work and talent of some of our sportspeople have resulted in their garnering of the prestigious National Colours Awards. Our outstanding sports stars are Hui Jia Sheng Jared (rTzo) and Aldrich Lim Jing Hong (rTzz) for Cross Country, Tatum Antoinette D Rosete (rToz) and Washiyama Yumi (rTor) for Judo, Liane WongYeYing (rTgl)

Fencing and KellyAnn Rodrigues (ITSS) Rhlthmic Gynnastics. Some of our sports teams also received South Zone Colours. They are the Boys' and the Girls'teams for Fencing, the Golf team, the Boys'Judokas,

the Girls' Rhythmic G1'rnnasts and the Boys' and the Girls' teams for Trampoline.

Top Gymnast Kelly Ann Rodriguez (ITSS) showed great versatility in four routines, Hoop, Ball, Clubs and Ribbon, winning the Overall Individual Gold in the

National Inter-School Rhlthmic Glmnastic Competition.

Track Stars In the National Inter-School Cross Country Championships Jared Hui Jia Sheng (tTzo) was identified as the fastest t7 year old school runner and was selected to represent Singapore Schools in the Asia Schools Cross Country Meet in Mongolia. Aldrich Lim Jing Hong (rTzz) was a

creditable 6th in the championship. In the National Inter-School Track and Field Championships, Nissa Lim Yufeng (tTzS) got the bronze for javelin, while SimYong Yong Jennifer (zTgo) also obtained bronze for the high jump event.

Ohampion Choristers Our Choir won Gold with Honours at the Singapore Youth Festival Central Judging of Choirs zorr. They also obtained a Silver and a GoldAward at the prestigious Harmonie Festival in Germany, where they competed with hundreds of internationally acclaimed choirs.

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SracefulDancers Our JCz dancers represented the college at the Singapore Youth Festival Central Judging (International Dance) and attained the Gold standard for the fifth time running. The contemporary dance

item was titled Bird's Life.

-armonious Musicians

The hard work and talent of the

Slrlphonic Band was rewarded with a Gold at the zorr SYF Central Judging ,,f Concert Bands.

r:Llshed Crators ?ierre Lee (zTor) was the znd rrnner-up in the zsth Annual

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rmpetition zorr. ThendralVasakam :T36) emerged National --:arnpion in the Annual

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-:ganised by the Tampines ':nior College Gavel Club) - -,rr rvith her rousing speech :- rhe topic "Form good -,-.:its, because they form --

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> '-een of our JCr ELL students were ,' ....rded the prestigious English ,:mguage Elective Scholarship by the - --ristry of Education. They are , .rces Loke Wei, Sue-Ann Cheow, , :rorah Lam, Rinajit Kaur, Angela

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-,e privilege of being a part of the 4r : rple strong REACH Cambridge ,.::rilr- (38 students accompanied by 3 .,-.r'hers) in the REACH Cambridge : sramme is undoubtedly one of the

,.h1ights of the journeyhere in . ,-lolic Junior College. \\Ie were split into ': :ll gIOupS to - .efiake the quest for . . -:er studies in the '' --- of Literature, -: .raphlr, History, ' :,onics, -

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isiiing some of Cambridge's - ::stigious landmarks, such as , - ,'rlliam Museum and the -,k lluseum of Earth Sciences. ' ..-'.' have they been a true eye. - -rr the inquisitive tourist, they - , . , gir-en us an exposure that

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,- man-1,* famous bookstores - llelter's. WH Smith and the

Cambridge University Press are just a stone's throw away from the colleges such as Downing

College. Every.thing seems to be positioned so conveniently within the university tor.tn that it is as though it was made for the pursuit of knowledge, especially in the fine arts of History and Literature. With the chance to peruse universily life for ourseives, REACH Cambridge was ceftainly an eyeopener in almost every discernible way. We learnt, among other things,

independent learning. Lesson styles were unique and specialised; it was an expectation to have done some semblance of prior reading before class participation. This allowed the tutors and professors ofthe

university tor.nm to delve straight into a more discussion-based lesson with en hanced student parl icipation. We got to experience school life where the onus is placed on us as students to speak up more often.and voice our vielr,points. The REACH Cambridge programme is without a doubt one of the many prized avenues CJC has put

Faciltators z On Cambridge's ' '=:.h 3 -eography Students at the Natural :. + terature Students getting ready l: ege 5 History Students during a - 6 iconomics Students present ng

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AchievementAward (NyAA) is to encourage young people aged 14-25 to develop personal qualities of

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selfreliance perseverance and a sense of responsibility to oneself, to society and to the nation

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Skills Development Serwice Learning

Physical Recreation Adventurous Journey Residential Project (GoldAward Only)

NYAA Gold Awards 2C11 Benjamin Tan Chang Boon Ching Tsi-Wen Meldee Clement Fan Ming Kit Hoong Jessie Jessie Tang Yun Jie Joe Tan Yu Wei

Justina Jo-Ann Veronica euek Keith Chan Zhao Yuan Lee Shan Hui Leng Chun Ho Cedric Leong Hui Min Matilda Tang Meng Shi Ze Ng Kay Guan Soh Bing Wei Thaddeus

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NYAA SilverAwards 2Oil

Elaine Leong Wei Leng Fiona Hong Si Ying Wong Si Yan Lissa Ann

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Ghinese New Gelebrations Year -ebruary 2

CJC welcomed the year of the Rabbit

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with a lively celebration. The

Tiger to the year of the Rabbit was dramatized humorously through a boxing match between a Rabbit and the Tiger where the Rabbit emerged victorious after delivering a series of impressive kicks. The concert also featured items other than the aesthetic per{ormances. Most notably, competitions like the

atmosphere was joyous as the

students basked in the infectious New Year spirit. The school environment was livened up by eye catching New

Year decorations and manyteachers were dressed in the auspicious color red, further buo),'rng the high spirits of

the students. The celebration began with the concert with performances by various CCA groups and students from various classes. The audience was also informed of the many customs and traditions practised by the Chinese during this festive occasion. One of the highlights was an item by the Drama Society, a student written and directed play which amalgamated the theme of Family andAlice in Wonderland into a heart-warming

production named'Alice'. The PlaY puts emphasis on the value and significance of the reunion dinner, echoing the over-arching theme of the celebration - Family. Rounding up a series of aesthetic performances, the CJC Outdoor Adventure Club (ODAC) Put uP an entertaining performance and drew much laughter from the audience.

Festive Card Making Competition and the Costume Parade were held. Classes were tasked to design a creative Chinese NewYear Card and zTo6, zTog and zTog rose to the occasion, taking the 3rd,znd and rst places respectively. The Costume Parade was no doubt a highlight of the concert. Representatives from shortlisted classes strutted on stage, parading the colorful costumes that their classmates had put together.

Ronald Lee from zTz3 tookto the stage in the costume of a Tang Emperor. Audience favourite Gabriel Seow, from zTor, caught the

attention of manyby dressing uP as a firecracker! Not to be missed out were the graceful ladies, Fan Yuan and Stella Kim, of zTz4 andzTzg who wowed the audience with their Ao Dai and Hanbok, the traditional

outfits of the Vietnamese and the Korean people respectively. After what must have been a tough deliberation, the judges named zTz3 as the winner of the Costume Parade.

Of course, no NewYear celebration would be complete without the traditional custom of the tossing of Yu Sheng. Mrs Kong (Principal), Ms Khng( VicePrincipal), Mr Sandanam( PE HOD), Father Leslie Raj (College Chaplain), Mdm Lum Poh Ling (Admin Manager), Mrs Seng (Representative of the PSG) and Jonathan Soong (President of the 37th Student Council) were invited on stage to participate in the tossing. Mrs Kong then gave a short speech which reminded all CJC-ians of the imporLance of family.

Lastly, Home Tutorial Councillors presented their teachers with oranges on behalf oftheir class, providing a warm end to an exciting concert which provided all students an insight into the Chinese culture and stressed the value of family.

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Literature Film Night February-1E

Literature Film Night is one of the unique events in CJC's calendar. For one night, all Hz Literature students come together to dress up as characters from their literature texts and watch film adaptations of their texts. The theme for this year's film night was "Women VS Women", based on the theme for Literature Paper 5, Women in Literature. The films, Tess of the D'Urberuilles and The Taming of the Shreus,were screened in LTz. After the screening of certain scenes of each film, there was a short presentation by Mr David Fahy and Mr Rupert Glascow on the significance ofeach scene and points of consideration, such as how true the film adaptation was to the book. During the intermission, food was served and students from each class presented their costumes and concepts to the Literature teachers, who doubled asjudges for the night. At the end of it all, the winners for the Best Dressed Award were announced. Special mention went to Darren How of zTog who came dressed up as Stanley ftomThe Birthday Party.In 3rd place was Gabriel Seow of zTor, while znd place went to zTo3. The top

prize for the night went to zTrr for their ingenious interpretation and amalgamation of both texts while keeping in line with the theme for the night, Women VS Women. It was a memorable night for all involved as it gave our Literature students room for creativity and greater depth in understanding their texts better.

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The annual CJC Cross Country took place at a different venue this yearBedok Reservoir. And that was not the only change. This year, the college

tried out something completely different from all the previous Cross Country events. For the first time, JCz Sports Leaders were given the

opportunity to organise the event entirely by themselves. They did a fantastic job for the event went smoothly and successfully. Like all of the previous Cross Country events, the students were split into competitive and noncompetitive categories. The Boys' Competitive runners blazed the trail first, followed by the Girls' Competitive runners. After all the Competitive runners ran, the Fun Run began.

After everyone had run, the Awards Ceremonybegan. This year, it was given a twist. Instead of inviting Mrs Kong or Ms Khng to present the awards, the Sports Leaders came up with an ingenious idea: to let the Noodle King uncle MrTan andAunty Amy from the Co-op present the medals to the winners. This was to honour them for their services to the school, as well as to let them know that their efforts were being appreciated. For the JCr Girls' Competitive category, Isabel Lim Pinxiu (rTo+) came in first. For the JCr Boys' Competitive category, Aldrich Lim Jing Hong (rTzz) clinched the top prize. Sumathi D/O Gunasundram (zT3o) won first prize for the JCz Girls' Competitive category, while Gabriel Isaac Goh (zToz) was the fastest JCz Boy.

For the Costume Competition, the theme was "Join The Family, Live The Legacy", so most of the costumes were based on iconic places in CJC, as well as icons. Representatives from various classes paraded on stage with all sorts of costumes, such as the Lightning Alert, the CJC Flame, Grand Stand, even as Mr Tan Jek Suan! Ultimately, the top prize went to

zTt4's Noodle King, who even got a special treat (a free bowl ofnoodles)

from the Noodle King himself! All in all, this event could not have been possible without the Sports Leaders, as well as the ODAC members and the P.E. Department. Kudos to them for making the event a true success!


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}e class of zoro gathered in the CJC -ilditorium for the release of the "A" -etel results. Our Principal, Mrs --:risdne Kong, congratulated the ;::dents for their marked ,::-provement, especially in Hz such as Literature, History,

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nomics, Mathematics and -::mistry. Also, the class of zoro was -:= jrst to be part of the English i:guage and Linguistics =,:'

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The top Science student :-. \eil Chan Thim Yan while :-:_,: : _rp -\rts student was .ri".:t le l,eong Mei Yee; both

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u;.;:dra Teng Yi Hui, both i::rg - distinctions too. .he auditorium was full " -: mduands, beaming r -it-l - ,'; and happily r r:::-lating one another,

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36th Annual Awards Ceremony 'ay11 is a formal event held to give .:ognition to students who have Jbrmed exceptionally well for their = . .:minations, as well as to recognise : efforts ofteachers and parent

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nal University of Singapore and - -'- alumnus. Professor Tan Tai - . rn his address outlined the , ,::Ies faced by our generation, as ' ,-. -.he different terliary education ' ' : '.",'e nay choose to take in the - r: Ii rvas useful advice coming ,-

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Next, the presentation of awards to students commenced with Jessica Vincent and Joshua Loh announcing the prize winners. The

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first group of prize winners was 20lo's JCr students, who attained outstanding results in their promotional examination. The next

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group of students were the recipients of the zorr CJC Flame Scholarships (Sports) and the zorr CJC Archbishop's Scholarships (Academic). The last group of prize winners belonged to zoro's JC z cohort, who had achieved excellent results in their GCE A Level examination. The college's most prestigious award, the Ee Peng Liang Award, was given to Khiew Zhi Yoong, the President of Nexus

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Club. The event closed with the Thanksgiving Hymn "Thank You Lord" and a concluding prayer by Fr Raj. As with all school events, the event was not officially over until the school song was sung.

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The college came together to honour the efforts and services that the Student Leaders of CJC had contributed during their course of

leadership. The ceremony started with the opening h1'rnn Lead Me Lord, Ied bY the Music Ministry. Father Leslie Raj, the College Chaplain, then led the opening prayer, which was followed by a Scripture reading by Claire Ann Abraham of zTr9. Jonathan Soong, the President ofthe 36th Student Council, was then invited onstage to reflect on behalf ofthe Student Leaders on their term of seruice. Subsequently, Father Raj led student representatives and teachers in the community prayers for outgoing leaders.

Mrs Christine Kong in her address thanked the Student Leaders for all their serwices rendered to the school. The Jz Sports Leaders were

highlighted for being the pioneer batch of students to take control of the planning ofthe Cross Country Event earlier in the year.

The certificate presentation -the segment

everyone was waiting forfinally commenced. Mr

Sandanam and Mr Eugene Yeow proceeded to announce the recipients of

the certificates, beginning with Clubs and Societies, then moving on to Performing Arts and Sports and Games, and last but not least, the 36th Student Council, wh ich comprises the Student Activities Wing, the Community Involvement Wing and the CatholicActivities Wing. To wrap up the appreciation ceremony, Fr Raj closed it with a prayer and the school song was sung proudly by all.

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Teachers' Day August-19

The morning started off on a bright note, as students and teachers happtly

tucked into their pot luck sessions. Some classes whipped uPhomemade treats for their Home Tutors while others had their very onm mini Teachers' Day concert. Everyone, including the Heads of DePartment, shared our moments of ioy, laughter and happiness, which helped set the tone for the celebrations throughout the day. The most eagerly anticiPated segment of the day was the concert. A myiad of artistic talent on display wowed the audience, and it ranged from the likes of an upbeat percussion performance to a rousing rendition of CJ Dream'. Of course, there were also the personality awards given to various teachers voted by students. However, what stood out was a moving video tribute to thank all teachers for their unwavering efforts in helping us tide over the most difficult of times. Different students shared their memories of their teachers and expressed their gratitude and heartfelt warm wishes. The celebration ended with the HTCs of

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. . 3rdAnnual English Language & -- .:ristics (ELL) Symposium, held at . iJC Performing Arts Centre, had a - rd number of particiPants from , ' us iunior colleges and secondary -,,-s. Our syrnposiumthis Year

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.ntitled "Language, Discourse - - ientity", focusing on the . -.-:nt r-arieties of World Englishes ", --tir influence in shaping socio,.-

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identities. rvere privileged to have two , r,.jonal academics presenting on " : . ,; of English in different :_:S in the twentY-first century. :re,\/P. Gary Barkhuizen, ,--::. Professor, DePt. of APPlied ' :'*r:: Studies and Linguistics, r.',-e

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The theme of the ceremonythis year was'Light Up the World'as our graduands were encouraged to live the college's values and make a difference

in the world in years to come. The ceremony began with the prayer service led by Father Raj, followed by a video capturing memorable moments of our students' two years spent in CJC. In her address, Mrs I(ong praised the class of zoro/zorr for new achievements, such as having the largest number of participants in the Youth Olprpic Games, being the first in CJC to be in the OBS Global Programme and the pioneers in organizing the Sporls Carnival and the Annual Cross Country. Colours Awards were presented to our athletes and certificates of appreciation were given to the JCz Home Tutorial Councillors. The Outstanding Contribution Award went to zTz5 while the Outstanding Home Class Award was won by zTtz. The valedictorians this year were Bryan Lee from zTro and Marie Therese Siew from zTrz. The ceremony ended with the JCz Home Tutors presenting graduation pins to their students.

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Badminton TBACHERS-IN-CHARGE:

Mr Foo Chee Tuang, Ms Rena Peh, Mr Wee Wee Chau BoYs'CAPTAIN: Tng Jian Zhong (2T1 8) GIRLS'CAPTAIN:

Chlng Tsi Wen Meldee (2T25) SECRETARY:

Marie Bernadette Thio Li Li (2T25) QUARTERMASTTR: Li Hon Ming (2T23)

Badminton is a sport that requires more than just physical strength, stamina and agility. It demands dedication, perseverance and a focused mind. As such, preparations for the 2011 season began early, under the guidance of our coach, Mr. Simon Koh and teachers-in-charge, Mr Wee Wee Chau, Ms Rena Peh and Mr Foo Chee Tuang.

With the Pilot Pen National Inter-Schools Badminton Championships in May, training was intensive. The team played several friendly matches to gain experience and confidence prior to the competition. In the Championships, both the Boys' and the Girls'teams put up a valiant effort against all schools we competed with. Although we fell short of advancing to the top

fourth placing, the Badminton team displayed team spirit, as well as great sportsmanship. 2011 has definitely been an exhilarating year for us and the experiences gained have been

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Basketball TEACHERS- IN -CTIARGE

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Mrs Tan Siow Leng

MrTan Chin Piaw Mr Lim Meng Hui EXECUTI\,'E COMMITTBE: CAPTAIN: TCO NiWCN YICE-CAPTAINi LeONATd ChUA JUN JiC COVTCE-CAPTATN: Kong Wei Jie

I,Iemories ofjoy, disappointment, . , eat and blood through a series of .:rendlies with other colleges were all --eply etched in every player's mind

,.: the team grew in determination to -cceed in the'A' Division - ,'urnament. Though we did not :--anage to enter the second round of ,::: competition, Team CJC produced =fter results compared to the - ::rious year. CJC 3-on-3 Challenge was -:anized to forge kinship between -... Senior and the Junior teams, as ,=:rior players shared their expertise

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Ms Meera Gopalkrishna Mr Don Marcus Kannangara PRESTDENT Nadia Natasha Katerina Cheriyan Bte S (2T03) \rcE-pRnsrDBrtr Ong Yiling Celine (2T1 1) TREASURER Sim Xjn Yi (2T02) eL-ARTERMrsrnnss Lim Hui Yi Valerie

Qrlo) SECRETARv Samuel Lim Jik Hao (2T12)

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\\'as the organization of the --:ge's first-ever Literary and -- ..:on' Evening. In previous years, 1

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TBACHERS IN CHARGE:

Mr Lester LoW Mr Teo Soon Hock, Sharon Tan, Ms Sri Yuni Binte Mazlan

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Magdalene Ho, Emmanuel Goh Ex-co: Chua Jun Xiang, Kuan Jun Ren Sarivin, Wong Li En

-,a:J Semakau and Pulau - :, '', Field Trip - -: trip to Pulau Semakau drew many .::rested participants from CJC. ESS

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First Aid Glub

.I'EACHER AD\TISORS:

Ms Ng Mei Yin Michelle, Ms Zhuang Chu Zhen, Ms Low Sie Yieh JC2 EXBCUTN.E COMMITTEE PRESTDENT: Kamaldev slo Puri Qf25)

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'Jdm Lucy Lee and Ms Chia Shing -Li INSTRUCTOR: MS WU Shi EXECUTI!'E COMMITTEE: PRESTDBNT: Ng Wan Ying (2T1 8) , \.ICE-PRESIDBNT: Seow Yi Min Eunice (2T'10) co\cERrMAsrBR: Lee Ying Ying (2T10) sECRETARY: Sandie Loo Hong Ling (2T24) TREASURER: Kuah Ji En (2T21)

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Ei:n 2 brand new songs and most of -*e JCrs have little or no experience in lLrrrng the Guzheng. We spent long xr-,-:s practising both before and after .r;:ol as well as on Saturdays. To bid our JCzs farewell, the :l:-1. group went to Vivocity for lunch r : ,Lr : ",'-ed by a cycling trip at Sentosa. It .ui:-"o,ed us to foster closer bonds and nu.,: geater teamwork and we will .iinid:-,5 remember the times we spent :rrrs{her as a CCA group. Inzotz, we hope to participate IJ l: l\-erseas competition and local l'r rr---11lnit\/ involvement prOjects.

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Mr Vincent Yu EXECUTI\,'E COMMITTEE: zor.o fzotl.: CiA,pTAINS: Andrea Leong and Jonathan Ho

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Kimberly Chan, Johnathan Ho, Ezra Wang, Nicholas Phay ARTTSTTCGTT{: Ryan Chee, Johnathan Ng, Derrick Chua RFTYTHMIC G\M: Andrea Leong, Melissa Chan, Vicki Chng, Kelly Rodriguez, Pearyn Han Jolyn Lee :=..4:

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NATIONAL ACHIE\'EMENTS

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Legion of Mary TEACHER-IN-CHARGB:

Ms Charlene Lin PRESIDENT:

Garrett Christopher Ng Junze (2T19) VICE PRESIDENT: Tay Ru Yi Derek (2T22)

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Library Society

TBACHERAD\IISORS:

Dr Helen Nicholls, Mr Tan Kian Hoe, Mr David Fahy. BXECUTI\,aE COMMITTBE 2011 pRESTDENT: Olivia Tan Yi Ting (2T07)

VrcE-PRESTDBNT: Yee Shu En (2T27) sECRETARy: Leslie Ang De Yang (2T05) TREASURER: Eugene Tan Szi Yang (2T04)

It was another busy and fruitful year for the Library Society. From visits to various libraries, from the conventional like Toa Payoh Community Library to the more unusual arts collection at

library@esplanade, to organizing college-wide events, such as the

Spellathon, Library Society members can tell you they have'been there and done

that'. The annual CCA Bazaar began the year, resulting in the healthy expansion of the Library Society. We started our journey with the provocative and compelling movie screening of 'One flew over the Cuckoo's Nest', a book turned into a

movie. Day-to-day activities included updating the notice boards,

maintaining bookshelves and helping the college librarians, Mdm Jalikha and Ms Ng. Students also parlicipated in Bookworm sessions, sharing reflections on new reading and old favourites. JC1 students managed the organization. advertising,

publicity and implementation of the successful GP Spellathon, in which the whole JCr cohort participated. A highlight of the year was the 'Meet the Author Session', with renov,ned Singaporean poet, Aaron Lee Soon Yong, as our guest. Other similarly informative events, such as the database workshop at Toa Payoh

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Mathematics Society TEACHERS-IN-CHARGE:

Mr Kuang Kim Chun, Mr Shi Xihui EXECUTI\'aE COMMITTEE zoro/zorr: pRESIDENT: Gu nasunthari Yekal QI27) \rcE-pREsrDExr: lvan Teo Wei )ing (2117) SECRETARY/TREASURER:

Lau Yi Xiu Vennesa (2T29) EXECUTI\aE COMMITTEE 2o11l2o12

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build upon this platform for sharing the fun of Mathematics beyond the college. The Society also went on a learning journey to the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore, where the members gained valuable knowledge of Singapore's tax history and also learnt from the tax officers how statistics is applied in their field of work. In order to deepen the knowledge in statistics and also to explore the

analysis ofreallife data, the Society sent the entire batch ofits JC r students for the zorr NUS Statistical Poster Competition. In preparation for the competition, many members also attended the NUS Statistics Enrichment Camp. The topics researched on included global issues such as "Is Education a Privilege or a Right?" and "Corruption VS Production". The submission by Chloe Chay, Aden Yeo, Jason Lou and Lee Chun Chie of zTr3 won the 3rd Prize in the Junior College Category. 2011 has been a year ofgreat change for the Mathematics Society and the members are all ready to welcome the future which awaits them in zorz.


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Music Ministry

TEACHERS-IN-CIIARGE

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SECRETARY: Bernadette Marie Low 2T26

Since zoo8 we are a small grouP of musicians, have been dedicated to serving the school community, using our God-given musical talents. We sing and play for school masses and at ,rarious events such as Teachers' Day and the Student Council Installation. With our passion for music and a p.enuine want to Praise God, our

irembers come together to contribute, despite other hear,y commitments in our first CCA, studies and other activities. Together, our members facilitate the development of a caring and serving communitY through music. Other than helPing out at school events, we come together once every two weeks for Praise & WorshiP sessions and cell group meetings, in order to nurture our MM members

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PRESIDENT: Poh Cheng Yew VICE-PRESIDENT: SiN YuEh TAuT, AN ta SBCRETARY: LiM Su WCi MCII|SSA Grace HLAD OF SALES: ChUA HAC JUN HL{D OF IL{RKETING: TAN YiNg HLAD OFCIP: Yang Wen Yi HEAD OF HIJ}L{N RNSOURCE: Yong Shan Bei HEAD OF PUBLICITY: Samantha Tan Ruo Yu

zorr has been a year of many changes fulfilling our objective of providing a holistic platform where students can pick up as we took a step closer to

gained to organize the zorr Teachers' Day Sa1e, as well as to take

and practise entrepreneurial and business skills. The first major change is that a structured weekly training

part in competitions. zorr also saw our entry into several competitions and we have achieved outstanding results. In March 2011, Samantha Tan Ruo Yu (zTSD reached the finals of

programme, where students can learn essential skills such as marketing strategies and preparing business proposals, was implemented. The objective of the programme is to equip students with the knowledge, skills and attitude to identifii business

opportunities and develop their ideas into business plans and entrepreneurial projects. Members have since used the experiences

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Technological University Investment Interactive Club, with several other Nexus members making it to the semi-finals. In June 2011, June Pyit Kywe Tun (rTz6) got into the top 5 of the Youth Entrepreneurship Symposium 2011 Business Pitching Competition.

In July 2011, the Nexus Club achieved znd place in the 7th Young

Entrepreneurs' Skills Competition organized by the Association of Malay Entrepreneurs (Kesuma) and co-organized by ITE College. Poh Cheng Yew (zTo5),

Leonard Wee Zhi (rT3z), June Pyit Ky'lve Tun (tTz6) Sin Yueh Taur, Anita (zTo6) also represented the college and gave a presentation on entrepreneurship in the college to foreign delegates during the Singapore-Commonwealth Third Country Training Programme: Business Incubation in Singapore

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Outdoor Adventure Club (oDAC)

TEACHERS IN CIIARGE:

Mr lsaac Lim, Mr Casimir Kang EXECUTI\''E COMMITTEE PRESIDBNTAND HEA.D OF LOGISTICS: Kenli Seet /2T05) \.ICE PRESIDENTAND HEAD OF . KNO\\'I,BDGEDBPARTMENT: Melody Mak (2T30) sECRETARY: JosePhine Lim (2T01) HEAD OF ROPE DEPARTMENT: Jasmine Toh (2T19) HEAD OF FIRSTAID DEPARTMENT:

Dlonarldo Zudhistira (2T1 6) HEAD OF PITYSICAL TRAINING: N9 Qing Jie (2T05) PROJBCTS:

Mark Lawrence (2T1 5)

--olour your pages, complete your rapter, and continue your story", ..le and again ODAC members were -: -lled. Highlights of chapters of our

-ourful pages include Melody Mak and Josephine Lim (zTor) : r.erging tst and znd in Inter-JC : .:t&Sweat, followed by OPeration , ss-Country, where ODAC hiked ' -:rl CJC to Woodlands CheckPoint ' I continued to Malaysia to climb z -rntains. The next chapter saw the : -Co engaging all JCzs in various ::.rftments in teaching and testing .. trs on astronomy, animal rom)/, knots, rope prusik

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Political Science Society TEACHERS -IN.CHARGE:

Ms. Augustina Taryn Mook, Ms. Nur Adhana Bte Anwar, Ms Melanie Lum PRESIDENT: Nurulhuda Bte Yussof VICE-PRESIDENT: LiM ZhC KANg SECRETARY: AMANdA YCC JiA JiA CURRENT AFFAIRS DIRECTOR:

Michael Utama CREATI\,'E DIRECTORS: Tan Jia Ying and

Ong Mingde Zachary

Political Science Society celebrates its a calendar packed full

first year with

of'firsts' and new experiences.

Meet the People's Sessions For the first two weeks of April and May, the society helped out at the Meet-The-People's sessions held at Toa Payoh under then Education Minister, Dr. Ng Eng Hen. Members were split to handle different roles, with some interviewing the public, others preparing reports for the ministers, while the rest vetted the reports.

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and two of our students walked away

with Best Diplomacy (Nigel Ng zToB) and Best Position Paper (Stefan Yong zToT) Awards.

Anglo-Chinese Model United Nations (ACMUN) In ACMUN, Michael Utama from rTo6 and Chia Ming Xuan from zTo9, both from the Political Science Society, respectively won the Best Delegate and Honorable Mention awards.

UNAS Model United Nations Preparatory Co nferen c-o 2C1 1 We collaborated with UN Association of Singapore to jointly organize the first MUN Preparatory Course of its kind in December zott.

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Mr Aaron Rajoo, Mr YaP Koh Khee

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.'-:-larating year for the team, who coach, =-:omed an insPirational

Loo and teacher-in-charge Mr .:-n Rajoo. " In the first match of the season, ,:: :.arn clinched the match against '- -.',-ith a last minute penaltykick r -:.,:h kicked offthe season to a : *-l.ing andwinning start. We rr r ?: \II in the Plate semi-finals, :"t ''trg out their rivals with a hard-

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Science Honours Society TBACHERADVISORS:

Ms Sandra Handojo, Mr Aloysius Ting, Ms Tay Su Lynn EXECUTI\,aE COMMITTEE 2011 & 2012 PRESIDENT: Meng Shi Ze (2T26)

rrcE-pR-ESIDBnT: Paldeep Singh (2T1 B) SBCRETARY: Audrey Ong (2T30) MEMBBRS: Clement Fan Qf29), Thineskrishna S/O Anbaras (2T1 8)

Science Honours membership saw a huge increase with the merging with the Astronomy Club. This year also saw a few firsts for the society. The CJC team, headed by Exco member, Thineskrishna S/O Anbaras, (zTrB) made it to the finals at the Sembcorp

Water Technology Competition. In the

true spirit of collaboration and support, some of the society's members helped the team in the preliminary rounds. At the Nanyang Research Programmme (enrichment category), we bagged r gold and 3 silver awards. Our president, Meng Shi Ze, was the gold award recipient. For the next research programme, the one CJC student selected (Lim Chee Chin) came from our society. At the Local Science Research Programme byA"Star, our member, Marie Siew (zTtz), an A*Star JC Award Scholar, did us proud when she was selected to present her research project at the Closing Ceremony of the programme. Well Done! Maywe continue the tradition of achieving excellence!

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Shooting TBACHERS-IN-CHARGB: Mr. Tan Lye Huat, Ms. Diana Ma, Mr. Tan Wee Yong EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 2o1o/2o11 PRESTDENT: Ng Jia Ying (2T09) SECRETARY: Yeo Sui Guan (2T33)

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: i-: SIC {I TRAINING INSTRUCTOR (MEN): Javinn Wong (2T16) E I{I-SICAI TRAINING INSTRUCTOR \\-olrEN): Daphne Shih (2T12) LX, RIFLE WOMEN'S TEAM CAPTAIN: Flona Ang (2T21 ) ,F. ?ISTOL WOMEN'S TEAM CAPTAIN: Evelyn Ng (2T24) ,-R PISTOL MEN'S TEAM CAPTAIN: ::bastian Chua (2T31)

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Soccer

TL{CHER-COORDINATOR: Mr Adrian Ho

TL{CHER-IN-CIL{RGE: Mr Lucas D'Cruz cAPrArN: Aaron Teoh Jin Kai (2T21)

Our main aim is to build a team with a strong spirit, ahighlevel of physical fitness coupled with ball skills while plapng a fun and challenging game. Training comprises 3 components ballwork, body-building and fitness. MrAdrian Ho, who is overall-incharge ofthe Soccer squad, trains the team on stamina and physical fitness. Mr Lucas D'Cruz guides the players in proper dieting and gym training while Mr Clement Teo is hired bythe college to train the squad in technique, skills and strategy. We participated in the Millenia

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EXECUTT\,'E COMMITTEE FRTsIDENT: Chang Wei Min Agnes (2T24) \TICE-PRESIDENT: Lui Yingqian Stephen (2T25) sECRETARY: Lau Yiling (2T31) .f LfsURER: Cheo Min Hui Cheryl (2T31) :'3LICITYMANAGNN: LiN XiU Judith (2T35)

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Speakers'lnk TL{CHBR-IN-CIIARGE: Mr Gabriel Wee ASSISTING TBACHERS:

IVr Singarayar Arulseelan Perrin, Ms Adrienne Marguerite de Souza BXECUTN,'E COMMITTEE PRESTDENT: lvan Teo Yun Hao (2T1 1) \ACE-PRESIDENT (OR.{TORICALS) : Nicolas Wong Wing Keit (2T03) VICE-PRESIDBNT (DEBATING) : Erica de Souza (.2f21)

Speakers' Ink ushered in the year 2011with the organisation and the subsequent realisation of the Inaugural "CJC-Affiliated Secondary Schools' Oratorical Contest" (C.A.S.S.O.C.) on z6 March. Our orators have done us proud by pertorming exceedingly well in various oratorical competitions. In the

with the rst place trophy, and the

Annual Inter-Junior College Impromptu Oratoricals (organised by the Tampines Junior College Gavel Club), both CJC representatives,

Pierre Lee (zTor) was selected to represent the college. In the Grand Finals, Pierre's creative insights and conviction-driven delivery struck a chord with the audience and judges. He went on to clinch the Overall National3rd (or znd Runner-Up)

Pierre Lee Alban Robert Francois (zTor) and Thendral Vasakam (zTS6) qualified for the Grand Finals, with Thendral emerging National Champion in the competition with her rousing speech on the topic "Form good habits, because they form you", conferring upon CJC its third year

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Humanitarian Law Debates fronr January to February and the zoiAnnual Singapore Managemenr University (SMU) Hammers in Ji, Our debate Leam also parl.icipat. - the annual zorr MOE-AC.IC I ntercollegiates Deba Li ng Championships, facing tough competition from traditional debating powerhouses, but manc.:,I to break into the Quarter-Finals the eventual national Top B), thE :,::,;r, results the CJC debate wing has -' .had in the past 7 years, with Jonathan Tan (zTr9) and Feroz Khan (zTz6) being awarded BesSpeaker titles in the course of th. competition. Feroz was also ral...: the Bth Best Individual Speaker -,, the Debating Championship.


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Strategy Games Glub TEACHBRS IN-CFIARGE:

Ms Yoong Ljan Teen (Coordinator)

Mr Vincent Chong EXECUTT\,IE COMMITTEB:

PRESIDENTS:

Dawn Chan Hui Yeng (Bridge) (2T17) leremy Cheok Qiming (Chess) (2T15) COMMITTBE MEMBERS: Sarah Ng Min Qi (Bridge) (2T28) Chiam Zhi Hui (Brrdge) (2T23) Ong Kun lun Bryan (Bridge) (2T23) Soh Chianq Philip (Chess) (2T28) Htut Khaung Oo (Chess) (2T23) Tan Wei Yen (Chess) (2T07)

This year marked the birth of Strategy Games Club, a merger of Bridge and Chess Clubs. As both clubs have been functioning separately for more than 10 years, it was a challenge to combine training and competitions calendars, as well as to bond the existing members of the Clubs. There was also the problem oftraining venues as the combined strength was about 6o members. Neveftheless, the Exco and the members worked together to make the meetings interesting and meaningful.

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during the Mother Tongue Week. This year's Inter-college Bridge had z6 teams from 7 colleges taking part. The Chinese Chess competition also saw more than 6o students pitting their skills against each other.

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In the days leading up to the zolr SYF Central Judging of Concert Bands, the band participated in significant events such as Limelight at the Esplanade. The JCrs, who were new to the band, performed under the guidance of our more experienced JCzs, as well as our

highly talented conductor, Mr Alvin Seville. As such, the performance was a huge success. Subsequently, it was time to prepare for the SYF. It was a gruelling and exhaustive period of intensive practice. Despite that, the Band

continued to uphold the spirit of 'ohana', which means that we are family, no one gets 1eft behind. With the spirit of ohana kept strong, our members gave their all and clinched a Gold Award, making us one of onlY 3 bands to be given this honour. The JCzs have now passed their leadership to the JCrs during the Band's r3th Investiture, marking the beginning of a new generation of leaders.

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Tennis

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:o11 has been another amazing Year r the CJC Tennis Team. Right from -:e start of our school Year, our team 'ent through rigorous

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We star.ted the year with the recruitment of our new batch of bowlers during the Open House and the CCA Bazaar. We received an over"whelming response from the Jts. Our team bonded very quickly and worked very hard before the National

'A' Division Bowling Championship, enduring rigorous training sessions three times a week. To gain experience and toughen our mental capabilities prior to 'A' Division, some of the bowlers also participated in the National Age Group Competition. Keith Lee, our captain, did us proud when he was ranked 9th in the overall individual and qualified for the Masters' event. In the'A' Division Championship, despite facing the odds against stiffcompetition and with our members injured, our hard work finally paid offwhen our team achieved exceptional results. Both our Girls' and Boys' teams attained overall 5th placing and seeded in next year's 'A' Division. This is a remarkable achievement for CJC Bowling and it would not have been possible without the help and support from our school, coaches and teachers-in-charge. We look forward to repeating or improving our achievements in the

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The volleyball team went into zort with a host of changes to our administration, coach and training facilities. We welcomed new teachercoordinators and coach and an indoor court was installed in the school auditorium. With these, we were able to focus more on training and developing our team camaraderie. An array of friendly matches was organised with various institutions to

prepare for the National'A' Division Volleyball tournament. We trained hard but were unlucLY not to have finished at a higher position. While our results may not reflect our teams'true talent, we will always remember this quote - "Winning is not everything, but the effort to win is." We can hold . _ our heads high as we played with grace and

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