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National Police Cadet Corps (NPCC)

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National Police Cadet Corps (NPCC) was formed in 1959 and has become one of the popular youth uniformed organisations in Singapore. Beatty Secondary School was one of the pioneer schools that included NPCC in its list of Co-Curricular Activities when the Corps was first formed.

NPCC’s mission is to develop our members to become active citizens and community leaders by working hand in hand with the Singapore Police Force to fight crime and keep Singapore safe. Through the various programmes and initiatives, our cadets hone their leadership skills and be groomed into leaders with a strong character and positive social, moral and civic values.

Teachers-in-charge


Ms Goh Hong Yi (IC)goh_hong_yi@moe.edu.sg62569108 Ext 144
Ms Dennesa Boon (2IC)boon_ka_ling_dennesa@moe.edu.sg62569108 Ext 131
Mdm Siti Zubaidah siti_zubaidah_jumani@moe.edu.sg
62569108 Ext 138 
 Mdm Krishnaleelakrishnaleela_s_govindasamy@moe.edu.sg
62569108 Ext 147 

Weekly Schedule


Every Friday 2:00pm - 6:00pm 
Wednesday 3:30pm - 6:30pm (Make up session if Friday is a public holiday)

Achievements and Highlights


Achievements
  • Unit Overall Proficiency Award – Gold (2017)
  • Inter-Unit Campcraft Competition – girls’ team attained 7th place; boys’ team attained 16th place
  • Singapore Police Force – NPCC Badge
    • Wong Zi Hua
Highlights
  • Organised Sherlocke, an inter-unit crime scene investigation competition for 11 other NPCC units

  • Organised the campfire segment for the Secondary 1 Orientation

  • Annual Camp and Unit Hike at Southern Ridges

  • Air-pistol (Secondary 3 cadets) and kayaking enrichment (Secondary 2 cadets)

  • Visited the Police K-9 Unit 

  • Secondary 2 and 3 cadets participated in the Adventure Training Camp and Survival Training Camp in Pulau Ubin

  • Values-in-Action project – brought our friends from MINDS to watch the fireworks display at the NDP Preview

  • Collaborated with Toa Payoh West Community Centre and Beatty Student Council to organise the Police Youth Ambassador project on raising awareness regarding scams and frauds

Photos of Activites