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Rope Skipping

Teachers in charge

Mdm Suhaila (1st IC) 
Mdm Aisha (2nd IC) 
Mrs Seetha Dhillon (3rd IC)
Mr Richmond Loo
Ms Wong Xiao Lee 
Mrs Amily Wong 

Coach Edna

CCA Schedule

Day Time Pupil Involved
Tuesdays (Semester 1 only) 7.30 a.m. – 9.00 a.m. All
Wednesdays 2.00 p.m. – 3.30 p.m. School team skippers only

Introduction

Skipping is an activity played by children and many young adults, where one or more participants jump over a rope swung so that it passes under their feet and over their heads. 

Skipping may be used for a cardiovascular workout, similar to jogging or bicycle riding. Skipping can achieve a "burn rate" of up to 700 calories per hour of vigorous activity, with about 0.1 calories consumed per jump. Ten minutes of skipping is roughly the equivalent of running 1 kilometre in eight minutes. Jumping rope for 15–20 minutes is enough to burn off the calories from a bar of chocolate.

Objectives

a. To stimulate interest and love for the sport amongst the pupils
b. To instil sportsmanship and fair play

Achievements


South Zone Rope-Skipping Zone Championship 2017

Individual Speed Senior Boys

 4th

Double Under Junior Boys

 4th

Double Under Senior Boys

 2nd

Double Dutch Junior Girls

 1st

Double Dutch Senior Boys

 2nd

Speed Relay Junior Boys

 4th

Individual Creative Senior Girls

 3rd

Individual Creative Senior Boys

 2nd

Pair Creative Senior Girls

 4th

Pair Creative Senior Boys

 2nd

Divisional Championship

 3rd


South Zone Rope-Skipping Zone Championship 2016

Double Under Junior Boys

2nd

Double Under Senior Boys

3rd 

Double Dutch Junior Girls

1st 

Double Dutch Junior Boys

4th 

Double Dutch Senior Boys

 3rd

Speed Relay Junior Girls

3rd 

Speed Relay Junior Boys

2nd 

Speed Relay Senior Boys

2nd 

Divisional Championship

4th 

Divisional Championship

4th 

Photos of pupils in action 

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