School Enrichment Programmes
School Wushu Classes (CCA):
Wushu has evolved from the traditional Wushu that is being taught in the clans, and Associations with the purpose of continuing the mastery of traditional forms of Wushu to competitive, aesthetic performing Arts form.
Incepted in the early 2000s, school competitions have been wider participated by increasing number of schools, setting a new record of participants annually.
Shinwu’s coaches have taught in Schools before it was incepted as a School Core Curriculum Activity (CCA) and had won numerous medals in the National Inter-School Championships.
Specific competitive routines are competed at National Inter-School Championships, in accordance with the competitive routines that are competed at International Games.
Examples of School Competition Routines:
School Wushu Classes (Enrichment)
Wushu Enrichment class (WEC) has gained its popularity upon the introduction of the school SEP program. As Schools recognized the benefits of Wushu, Wushu Enrichment Class has been picked up regularly as one of the programs as it not only builds up the students’ physique, it also strengthens their mental strengths and build their determination.
Shinwu’s coaches are experienced coaches who can muster the students’ interest in learning and team bonding among the students. Students will go through structured programme which will chart their learning and strength and standardised their learning as WEC are usually split in smaller groups to be helmed by different coaches.
It is therefore important that the coaches are trained and well versed in the curriculum knowledge that is required of them.
Benefits of Wushu Enrichment Class
- Ignite the students’ interest in Chinese Culture
- Provide opportunities for experiential learning
- Exploratory journey for the young minds
- Kinetic skills training
- Selection of potential trainees for the school team
- Class bonding
Other Wushu Programs
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