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Volleyball

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About us

Volleyball in PRSS trains its players to have strong communication skills and instils in them the importance of teamwork. We also believe in fostering strong alumni relations through the annual Almuni Cup where the alumnus are invited back to compete with the current batch of students. The seniors in the team are given opportunity to develop their leadership skills by having them assist in the coaching of the younger batches and the student-initiated annual camp. At the end of their training stint, we hope that every PRSS volleyball players will be a confident leader who is a role model to their peers.

Volleyball provides many important life skills in which many of our Pasirians have gone on to further develop to become great leaders. The game of volleyball trains our Pasirians to develop strong work ethics such as teamwork, resilience, determination and also respect. At the end of their volleyball training under PRSS, we hope every Pasirian volleyball player become inspiring team leaders who can encourage their peers towards greater heights.

Highlights

Volleyball Boys
Every year, the boy’s teams are given the opportunity to finetune their skills and teamwork in competitions such as Volleyball Association of Singapore (VAS) Under 16 and Under 14 Championships, Clementi Town Secondary Invitation Cup, Teens Network Challenge Cup, and also the yearly Zonal Championships.

In 2014, the “C” Division boys’ team emerged in 5th position for the VAS U14 Volleyball Championship in which they played against state team such as the Selangor Boys’ State team and also the Singapore National Champion, St. Hilda’s Secondary.

Volleyball Girls
Every year, the girls take part in the East Zone Competition as well as the Under-14 and Under-16 competition organised by the Volleyball Association of Singapore (VAS). They are also given exposure to the game by playing various friendly matches with schools of other zones.

In 2014, the “B” Division Girls team emerged as 4th in the East Zone “B” division Competition and was given an opportunity to compete in the National Volleyball Competition.

Schedule

DayTimeVenue
Monday / Friday3.30 - 6.00 PMLower ISH
Tuesday (competition period)3.30 - 6.00 PMLower ISH

Teachers-in-charge

Mr Desmond Ng (Boys Team OIC)
Mr Ong Rui Wen

Ms Chin Jie Yun (Girls Team OIC)
Ms Kalaivani