School got the nuts and bolts right to teach CCA sessions online

Northland Primary pupil Leroy Wong at a robotics CCA session. The school has resumed face-to-face sessions for all CCAs.
Northland Primary pupil Leroy Wong at a robotics CCA session. The school has resumed face-to-face sessions for all CCAs.ST PHOTO: ONG WEE JIN

SINGAPORE - Co-curricular activities (CCAs) stopped after the March school holidays, last year, as part of precautionary measures to reduce interaction between students.

But Northland Primary School resumed all CCAs virtually in June, one of the earliest schools to do so.

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