Four-day lesson weeks and CCAs in the morning: More schools adopt flexi-timetables

Christ Church Secondary School's basketball team doing physical training on March 1, 2019. ST PHOTO: TIMOTHY DAVID
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SINGAPORE - An air of anticipation fills Christ Church Secondary School every Friday morning. The reason is simple: There are no academic lessons that day.

Students come to school in T-shirts bearing the names of their co-curricular activities (CCAs).

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