|Teachers in-charge:||Ms Joanne Ong Yi Boon|
|Mr Roy Tan|
|Mr Muhd Faisal|
|Ms Lina Ho|
|Ms Siti Basyirah|
|President||Justyn Tan Yu Xuan (3E3)|
|Vice-President||Lee Yun Wei (3E3)|
|Sports & Wellness IC||Lee Si Ling (3E3)|
|Secretary||Nun Haizum Syafiqah Bte S (3N2)|
|Training / Meeting Days and Time:||Thursdays: 2.30pm - 6.00pm|
- Foster and encourage an interest in the outdoors through various activities.
- Build confidence and resilience to overcome personal challenges.
- Develop leadership skills to lead by example.
- Understand the importance of working in teams.
- Campcraft (Knots and Outdoor Cooking)
- Sandcastle Building
- High ropes course / High elements
- Orienterring / Navigation
- Inter-school adventure races
- Nature appreciation
- Dragon Boating
- Team building activities
- Orienteering Race at Republic Polytechnic - C Division Girls (Overall Champion)
- Cluster W6 & W8 Sports Carnival - Ultimate Frisbee (Girls Champion)
We started the year by cycling to Coney Island Park in Punggol. It was the first time the secondary 1 members headed out of school with us. Andrea and Ain displayed their resilience and perseverance to overcome their fear of cycling and it was such a great achievement for both of them! We ended term 1 with a 2D1N camp and it was a blast. We played water games, did outdoor cooking, and pitched our own tents. We took a walk to Labrador Park on the second day. We learnt about the history of Labrador and also the nature and heritage of Singapore when we had the rare opportunity to come into contact with the moult of a cicada.
In term 2, we organised the Intra School Rock Climbing and received overwhelming responses for participation. It was a really exciting session as the competitive spirit was so high. We also participated in the G.A.R.a.n.g Race 2017 where we broadened our orienteering knowledge.
National Orienteering Race Singapore 2019
Secondary School Boys Relay - Champion
Our highlight this year was our collaboration with Christ Church Secondary school. New friendships were forged through the activities that were planned by us and good practices were shared between the schools. The expedition to explore Woodlands Centre was very enriching and we even got to exchange games ideas with the students from the school!
We started this year refreshing our skills at our own rock wall, challenge pole, broken bridge and multi vines. We also had our 2D1N orientation camp organised by our dear secondary 4s in April, which included a trip to Gardens by the Bay where we did a mini orienteering race. We carried out activities such as outdoor cooking and pitching our own tents. Through the camp, we became more resilient and bonded with the rest of the ODAC members.
Challenging ourselves with this unique rock wall
|In semester two, we headed to Sungei Buloh for a hike and were tasked to vlog about an organism. We even saw wild baby horseshoe crabs and wild baby crocodiles. We also visited Climbers Laboratory and we had a blast there! There were a total of 11 lanes for us to climb and through the experience, we found out the fastest climber in ODAC!||
Climbing up together as one
Onward we go into Sungei Buloh
National Orienteering Race trophy
Celebrating our win during the NORS Prize Presentation