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Being able to sail your own little boat is a BIG achievement. Many children, as young as 7 years, are now taking the bold step of learning how to sail the Optimist and the fact that 7-year-olds can sail on their own shows how easy and safe sailing can be.

Young sailors learn discipline, independence, team spirit, problem-solving, decision-making and many other traits that are essential in life besides skills that are needed to sail their boats. It is an all-rounded activity and is a sport that will last a lifetime.

Beginners, as young as Pri.1, will have to undergo a basic sailing course with an external sailing club and attain first the Basic Sailing certification followed by the Opti-Sailor certification and then the Opti-Racer certification before they are eligible to join the School Sailing CCA in Pri.2.

Sailors with outstanding performance (based on their Singapore Sailing Federation ranking) and demonstrate school values will be selected to represent the school in the National Primary Schools Sailing Championships.


1.       Mr Goh Eng Tat I/C


2.       Mr Roy Ye I/C


3.       Mr Lim Siow Way


4.       Ms Priscilla Lee


5.       Mr Mo Liwen


CCA Sub-Group /

Day /

Time /



2.30pm to 5.45pm

 Green & White Fleet

Wednesdays & Fridays

2.30pm to 5.45pm


 Development:              SAF Yacht Club @ Sembawang.

 Green & White Fleet: SAF Yacht Club @ National Service Resort

                                         Country Club (NSRCC).  


P2 to P6


$800 for the whole year

Attire / Training Kit (once accepted as a member)

Booties, life-jacket, sailing gear


·         All returning members are required to register online. Returning members who choose Sailing CCA as their 1st choice will be given priority over new members in the CCA.

·         All new members must have obtained the Opti-Racer Certification.

·          Pupils will be placed in Junior, Green and White Fleet according to their skill level.

·         Transport is provided to and from CCA venue. The CCA bus will leave school at 2.00pm and return to school by 6.30pm. Parents need to arrange their son’s own transport home from school.

·         Alternatively, parents can send their son to the CCA venue (by 2.30pm) and/or pick up their son from the CCA venue (by 5.15pm).

·         Members are to meet the teachers in charge at the foyer by 1.50pm for attendance taking. (Near the table tennis tables, nearer to the Admin block)

·         After the Sailing lesson, once the CCA bus arrives at 6pm at the CCA venue, all pupils whose parents are not around will board the bus back to school and parents will fetch their son from school around 6.30pm. No pupils will be left alone at the CCA venue to wait for their parents without an adult (you may ask your helper/ boy’s grandparents to accompany your son until you pick them up).

·         All confirmed members will receive an official email with information about the training schedule from the CCA teachers by late January or early February 2017.

·         If a pupil is absent, an email/ letter of excuse or a medical certificate is required.

·         There will be no make-up or refund due to bad weather conditions or haze or if a pupil is absent.