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Co-Curricular Activities (CCA) play an important part in the all-round development of each pupil. These activities reinforce the values of service, teamwork, leadership, group and self-discipline, loyalty, healthy living and sportsmanship.
In line with our mission statement CCA is recognized as an integral part of the school curriculum.
Every pupil entering BBSS is expected to fulfill a minimum level of participation in the CCA programme of the school. It is through CCA that a healthy balance between studies and activities is established and maintained.
Every pupil is expected to develop and utilize his talents for his development so as to be of service to his school and the community.
The school offers sports and games which the students excel in. In addition, it also offers a wide variety of uniformed groups, cultural groups and club activities.
CCAs offered in Bukit Batok Secondary School can be found on the right.
Description of the 5 Categories in LEAPS
Leadership points are awarded for roles such as Prefects, Monitors, Student Councilors, House Captains, Section Leaders, Conductors of performing groups, Members of Uniformed Groups and Office-Bearers of Clubs and Societies. Only the highest points awarded for each activity will be considered. Points awarded for up to 2 activities will be totaled up. The maximum awarded is 12 points.
Enrichment points are awarded for the completion of CDP modules within the 4 or 5 secondary school years. Pupils are required to complete 2 modules from any of the 3 domains to obtain 1 point and opportunities should be made available for pupils to complete a total of 6 modules with 2 modules from each of the 3 domains – Enterprise , Citizenship and Personal & Social Lifeskills. 1 bonus point is awarded to pupils who do 2 Rugged Activities modules .Enrichment points will be awarded according to the total number of modules completed over the 4 or 5 secondary school years. The maximum awarded for Enrichment is 4 points for 2 Rugged Activities and 6 CDP modules with 2 modules from each of the 3 domains.
Achievement points are sub-categorised into Representation, Attainment and Accomplishment. Only the highest points awarded for each activity will be considered. The maximum awarded for Achievement is 15 points from the 3 sub-categories.
Points are awarded to pupils who represent their schools in inter-school competitions and SYF central judging as well as those who represent external organizations in inter-school, regional and international competitions. Only the highest points from the main CCA and one other activity will be totaled up. The maximum awarded for Representation is 8 points.
Points are awarded to pupils who attain awards that are non-competitive in nature, such as the National Youth Achievement Awards. Only the highest points awarded for up to 2 activities will be totaled up. The maximum awarded for Attainment is 6 points.
Points are awarded to pupils who win awards at inter-school, national, regional and international competitions. Only the highest points awarded for up to 2 activities will be totaled up. The maximum awarded for Accomplishment is 6 points.
Points are awarded for participation in one CCA with at least 75% attendance rate.
Points are also awarded for participation in intra-school activities, school performance, SYF Opening Ceremony (outdoor events) and National Day Parade. For pupils with an attendance rate 50% - 74%, all CCA scored for that year will not be computed. However, CCA points accumulated in earlier years can be retained for computation when the pupil rejoins a CCA and fulfill the 75% attendance rate criterion.
Attendance rate of less than 50% except for medical for medical reasons would constitute a break in the CCA and points accumulated up to and including that year would be annulled.
Only the highest points awarded for the main CCA and 2 other activates will be totaled up. The maximum awarded is 10 points.
Service points are awarded for pupils' involvement in community service according to the total number of hours spent in community service over the 4 or 5 secondary school years. The number of hours includes the minimum 6 hours per year under Community Involvement programme. The maximum point awarded is 5 for 100 or more hours of service.
LEAPS Scoring System
|Categories||Maximum Points||Award of Points For up to 2 activities|
|Leadership||12||6 modules from 3 domains|
|Enrichment||4||3 sub-categories and 2 rugged activities|
|Service||5||Over 100 hours|