The school offers the following CCAs in the Sports and Games category:
Team Meridian Floorball aims to develop not only the players’ skills and playing strategies, but also strongly believe in character building. Through the training programme, we hope to grow every member to become a confident, flexible and resilient person. At the same time, understand the importance of care, respect and teamwork.
In addition to the training during CCA Day on Fridays, the players also hone their floorball skills on every Monday between 3:30 pm and 5:00 pm.
Team Meridian Floorball takes part in the National Junior and Senior Tournaments every year to allow the players to have adequate exposure and competition experience.
For enquiries on the school’s Floorball CCA, please email:
Role Models, on and off the pitch
The Soccer CCA inculcates strong values and character through different activities. Team games create bonds and build lasting friendships. When the tide is against us, we will move on and never give up. Values are not just caught in CCA Football. We made the conscientious effort to teach them in meaningful ways. Resilience. Teamwork. Respect. Responsibility. Perseverance. We don’t just play Football. We breathe Football.
Development training under the coaches from Tampines Rovers Football Club
For enquiries on the school’s Soccer CCA, please email:
The sports club is a modular CCA. It aims to expose students to a variety of sports starting including mini-tennis, modified basketball, badminton, and other recreational activities. There will be other bonus sports activities to keep the students motivated to physically active and engaged in the club’s activities. From time to time, selected students will be given the platform to showcase their skills and abilities.
For enquiries on the school’s Sport Club CCA, please email:
Taekwondo which is recognized as one of the oldest form of martial arts in the world, is an effective weaponless art of self-defense that originated from Korean. Taekwondo is one of the two Asian martial arts included on the Olympic programme.
The Taekwondo Club at Meridian aims to build students’ physical fitness by designing a training programme which build up a good foundation for the students in both Taekwondo Sparring (Kyorugi) and Pattern (Sparring). Members get a chance to participate in competitions such as the Annual Inter-school Taekwondo Championship to gain experience and confidence.
Other than the technical skill of Taekwondo and Self-defense, students will more importantly learn life values such as respect and discipline through our training. Our training focuses on developing the character of a student in a fun and encouraging way as we strongly believe that good attitude and character will aid a child in his/her learning. Students are reminded on the following for their CCA Day:
1) National Primary Schools Taekwondo Championships 2017
2) National Primary Schools Taekwondo Championships 2016
“Last year, I joined the competition and walked away with no medals. I learnt from the mistakes I made last year and try to give my best this year. Winning is only a bonus. We need to be committed in practicing and we can achieve together as a team.”
Casey Chew (P5CA)
In collaboration with Park View Primary, Meridian offers Wushu as a CCA for our students. Wushu is a full-contact sport derived from traditional Chinese martial arts. The term ‘wushu’ is Chinese for ‘martial art’. In contemporary times, wushu has become an international sport through the International Wushu Federation.
Competitive Wushu is composed of two disciplines: taolu (forms) and sanda (sparring). Taolu involves martial art patterns and manoeuvres. The forms comprise basic movements such as stances, kicks, punches, balances, jumps, sweeps and throws, based on aggregate categories of traditional Chinese martial art styles.
For enquiries on the school’s Wushu CCA, please email: