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2018 NPAP parade was the day the whole unit was looking forward to. Our hard work for the year 2017 was paid off, as we received our Gold Awards for UOPA 2017. As a Gold unit, our cadets would get to don the Number 1 uniform and march in the GOH contingent. On top of that, our 2017 PYA Project was chosen as one of the most impactful projects, thus will be featured in the CSSP/PYA Showcase held in Harmony Hall.
As our cadet spectators waited eagerly for the parade to start, the weather decided to play a prank on us. The heavy downpour did not dampen our spirit, even though the parade was shifted to Harmony Hall instead.
Our proud moment as we received our UOPA Gold Awards. It is a recognition of our hard work.
Anisa, smiling brightly, in her Number 1 uniform. What a contrast to the grey evening.
Presenting our PYA project to the Guest of Honor, Mr Desmond Choo, the Mayor of Northeast District.
Let’s keep up the good work, KCPSS NPCC!
6 April 2018 was KCPSS 94th Founders’ Day. As part of the commeration programme, NPCC was very proud to be part of the Founders’ Day Parade.
While it was an honor to represent our CCA in the marching contingent, we were also very stressed as we were afraid that we may not perform well, especially when all eyes would be on us during the parade.
To prepare for the parade, we had been staying back after school for the past few weeks, so that we can brush up on our foot drill.
Even before the parade, we were still practicing to make sure we look smart and synchronised.
On and on we march…
The actual parade
As we marched passed the GOH, we held our heads high and marched with pride
We were very glad that our efforts paid off. Happy Birthday, KCPSS!
7 April was a day filled with conflicting emotions.
It was the day when we have our Area 4 Swearing in Ceremony for the Sec 1 cadets. We were very excited to officially welcome our 18 adorable Sec 1 cadets. They were dressed smartly in their school uniform, all ready to take the Swearing-in Oath.
Welcome to our big KCPSS NPCC family!
The first Batch 30 squad photo!
While we were happy for the Secondary 1 cadets, we were also feeling emotional, as it marked the end of our Secondary 4 seniors’ NPCC journey. Our SCI, Mahendran Sir, will also be stepping down, as he move on to the next stage of his life.
A token of appreciation for SCI(NPCC) Mahendran, presented by Area 4 AC.
The last parade for the all the Secondary 4 cadets in Area 4
Dear CLs, thank you so much for your contribution to the unit. All the best in your future endeavours.
Ever wonder how it feels like to be high up in the air, just like Spiderman?
On 16 March 2018, our unit organised an Indoor sports climbing course for the Secondary 1 and 2 squads. It was a great opportunity for us to bond with our squadmates , while building some muscles.
The instructor gave us a safety briefing and taught us some basic climbing techniques before we commenced.
Jasmine, our spiderwoman from Sec 1 squad.
Let’s see who gets to the top first!
Bouldering was not as easy as it seemed. It required a lot of stamina, flexibility and arm strength.
At the end of the session, all of us were exhausted. Our arms and legs ached really badly, but our spirits were high. It was a fun experience.
From 15 to 17 March, KCP NPCC held its annual 3 day 2 night Unit Camp. It helped to orientate our the newly joined Sec 1, while allowing the Sec 2s and 3s to bond.
During the camp, cadets learnt many valuable lessons through various fun activities, including water balloon games, night games, outdoor cooking and many others. These activities instilled a sense of belonging to NPCC and strengthened team cohesiveness. It definitely created many memories for the whole unit. Special congratulations to the best campers Vigas and May, who were chosen as our best male and female camper!
One of the key highlights of the camp was the campfire held on the second night. It was the first event organised by the Sec 3s (28th batch), to prepare them for taking over the unit. The campfire went smoothly and the guests were satisfied. Good job to them!
The sec 4s (27th batch) did their best to ensure that the 3 day 2 night camp ran smoothly, from dawn to dusk. Good job to them too!
Happy campers at the end of the 3D2N camp
A special thanks to our Sec 4 Squad for ensuring the whole camp run smoothly.
Let our creativity flows… (Our team flags)
Sing along during Campfire
Learning takes place with a good debrief
Teamwork at play…
Trust me with your heart, not based on what you see.
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- On 27th January, the Campcraft boys teams erected the school flag at Home Team Academy during the Competition. The boys have done us proud in every way possible. Spectators could feel the teamwork between the team. They all had only one dream to give their best even if they were going to fail or not. Their determination has led them to become a bonded team them. All those tiring and muddy trainings has paid off. Well done boys, you have made the KCPNPCC Unit proud!!!!