What is the SCSA (Schools) Competition?
The SCSA (Schools) is organised by schools internally, before the SCSA competition. Schools will evaluate, judge and shortlist their best entries for submission to the SCSA competition.
To assist schools in organising their own SCSA (Schools), the SCSA organisers will provide certificates for all SCSA (Schools) participants, and up to 50 exclusive SCSA tokens. Schools running the SCSA (Schools) will also have the rights to use the SCSA mascots in the school’s publicity materials related to the competition.
How to qualify for an SCSA (Schools) Competition
A minimum of 30 students (maximum of 2 students for each submission) is required to qualify for SCSA (Schools). This allows SCSA (Schools) Competition to be conducted on a small scale (one participating class), medium scale (one participating level), or large scale (entire school) – it is up to the school to plan a competition on the scale that they feel comfortable handling.
Check out more details and information on planning for SCSA (Schools) here:
SCSA (Schools): A Playbook for Teachers
Learn how teachers had organised their SCSA (Schools) Competitions:
SCSA 2014 Diamond Award Sharing (From Mr Danny Asmara from Yew Tee Primary School)
SCSA 2013 Diamond Award Sharing (From Ms Joyus Lian - Pei Chun Public School)