Junior School Sports, East Campus
Representative Sports teams follow the seasonal schedule below. The focus for the coaches of students in Grades 2-5 is to develop fundamental skills in a fun, yet structured environment.
Grade 2 – first experience of after-school sport. Experiential and developmental opportunities with competitive opportunities in 8U Football, 8–11U Cross-Country, 8U Swimming, 8U Gymnastics.
Grades 3-5 – developmental and appropriately balanced competitive opportunities.
What sports can we do?
Gymnastics and Swimming
|11U Badminton||11U Cricket||9U Football|
|10U and 11U Football||10U Rugby||11U Basketball|
|11U Rugby / Touch||11U Tennis|
(Tuesdays and Thursdays)
|8-11U Cross-Country||8-11U Swimming||8U Football|
|9U Football||11U Badminton||11U Cricket|
|11U Basketball||10U and 11U Football||10U Rugby|
|11U Tennis||11U Rugby / Touch|
Note: while Swimming does operate all year, Season 2 is the 'main' season.
*Gymnastics, Swimming and Tennis programmes run all year. There is a charge made to reflect this.
Who do we play?
Games will be arranged against some of the other twenty-five international schools that are part of the Athletic Conference of Singapore International Schools (ACSIS). Please visit their site to see a list of participating schools.
Important statement about organisation and sign-up – PLEASE READ:
Students need to enrol via the online Activity Sign-up system. There are NO try-outs. Teams will be selected to compete against other schools on a weekly basis but we cannot guarantee that Away games will be on the practice days or that all pupils will be able to play in school matches. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, the team will be doing one of three things:
i) practising at home at 3.10–4.20pm,
ii) playing a game away (leave approximately 3.15pm and return at approximately 6.30pm) or
iii) playing a game at home. This will start no earlier that 4.30pm. (“Why so late?” Because other teams need to travel to us and other age-groups in our school need to use the facility.)
The actual schedule will, therefore, be dependent on the fixtures. We will endeavour to have an accurate schedule available in the first week of the season which will be displayed on notice boards and emailed to students and their parents.
What do we do after the season is over?
Join the next sport in season!
Or, if you would like to pursue the sport all year then we suggest that you sign on with one of our community sports partners who provide great coaching and playing opportunities at weekends.
Who can I talk to if I have questions?
If students or parents require further details, please contact:
Ian Deeth, Head of Primary School Activities (email@example.com)