Aspiration

Primary School
Co-curricular Activities (CCAs)

Co-curricular activities are an integral part of AIPS. According to our educational philosophy, CCAs are essential for learning beyond the standard classroom lessons. CCAs give the students the opportunity to interact with each other on a different level, to get the chance to explore new avenues and to master beneficial life skill sets for their future lives.

Below are the CCAs that we offer and some of their brief descriptions.

Mark Daly

  • BA HONS Degree, University of Westminster, London, UK
  • Certificate in Youth Sports and Games, YMCA, London, UK
  • Certificate in Boxing Padwork, YMCA, London, UK
  • Certificate in Personal Training and Fitness, Malaysia
  • Certificate in Basic Sports Injuries Prevention, Malaysia
  • Strength and Conditioning for Centenary Park Futsal Club (U16), London, UK
  • Lead Coach for R.I.S Futsal Team (U14), Malaysia
  • 7 years teaching experience and more than 12 years working with youth in a sports environment

Football

(Year 1 - 6)
Monday | 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Going for Goal! Let’s Play!

Activities:

  • Week 1

    Coach Observation
    1. A look at player's Fitness, Passing, Dribbling, Shooting, Goalkeeping
    2. Practice Match

  • Week 2

    1. Dribbling Drills and Ball Control
    2. Practice Match

  • Week 3

    1. Passing Drills and Team Play
    2. Practice Match

  • Week 4

    1. Shooting and Striking Drills and Team Play
    2. Practice Match

  • Week 5

    1. Defensive Play
    2. Practice Match

  • Week 6

    1. Attacking Play
    2. Practice Match

  • Week 7

    1. Passing, Moving and Making Space
    2. Practice Match

  • Week 8

    1. Ball Control and First-Touch Drills
    2. Practice Match

  • Week 9

    1. Team Play
    2. Practice Match

  • Week 10

    1. Team Play
    2. Practice Match

  • Week 11

    1. Team Play
    2. Practice Match

  • Week 12

    End of Term Match

Polin Anak Tomic

  • Bachelor in Ceramic Industrial Hons ( University Technology Mara)
  • Master of Education in Visual Arts (University Technology Mara)

Art & Craft

(Year 1 - 3)
Tuesday | 3:00pm - 4:00pm

“Everything you can imagine is real.”

Activities:

  • Week 1

    Coffee Filter Art

  • Week 2

    Recycled Shape Art

  • Week 3

    Pop Art

  • Week 4

    Trees Painting

  • Week 5

    Donut Decoration

  • Week 6

    Cartoon Drawing

  • Week 7

    Paper Bag Decoration

  • Week 8

    Hand Printing

  • Week 9

    Draw Your Friend

  • Week 10

    Sunset Painting

  • Week 11

    Hot Air Balloon

  • Week 12

    Wish Card

Siow Wei Xiong

  • Psychology graduate in 2018
  • 8 years of coaching Experience in Gymnastics & Cheerleading
  • Love being surround with high energy and enthusiastic people

Cheerleading

(Year 1 - 6)
Tuesday | 3:15pm - 4:15pm

Cheerleading is not just a sport; it’s a vibrant community, a source of empowerment, and a ton of fun! In our squad, we’re not just athletes; we’re a family that supports, uplifts, and celebrates together.

So, are you ready to bring the spirit, the energy, and the excitement? Join us on this incredible journey, and let’s make this year the most memorable one yet!
 
Let’s cheer our hearts out!

Activities:

  • Week 1

    Introduction to cheer (explain safety and awareness , educate / show / different skills in cheerleading that is required in a routine, example counting.)

  • Week 2

    Learning the basic /stunts (learning how to stand on thigh)

  • Week 3

    Learning the basics / stunts (revise on what they learn last week) & learning Jumps ( 1-8 counts)

  • Week 4

    Learning Tumblings / gymnastic (teaching basic tumblings skills . Handstand , forward & backward rolls.)

  • Week 5

    Basic stunts (up to elevator . If students are stable on thigh stand)

  • Week 6

    Basic stunts (revise on elevator)

  • Week 7

    Basic stunts (combining thigh stand and elevator (if possible/stable) with counting)

  • Week 8

    Tumblings (revise on what they learn on week 4)

  • Week 9

    Basic stunts (practicing elevator to make it perfect with counting)

  • Week 10

    Tumbling (adding on cartwheels & focusing strength works)

  • Week 11

    Short Routine (including stunts and tumbling)

  • Week 12

    Practising Short Routine

LepaknLearn Coaching Team

  • Experienced in static, dynamic and obstacle based archery
  • Focus on individual growth whilst encouraging team work
  • Custom archery challenges by level and experience of archers, makes it suitable for new and existing students

Archery

(Year 4 - 6)
Tuesday | 3:00pm - 4:00pm

After school ART!

Activities:

  • Week 1

    Introduction to Archery and Safety

  • Week 2

    Archery Form

  • Week 3

    Short Distance Shooting

  • Week 4

    Improve Archery Form

  • Week 5

    Archery Practice

  • Week 6

    Mid Range Distance

  • Week 7

    Focus on Precision and Accuracy

  • Week 8

    Group Competition

  • Week 9

    Focus on Technicalities of Archery

  • Week 10

    Dynamic Archery

  • Week 11

    Revision of Form, Quiz and Target Practice

  • Week 12

    Obstacle Based Group Archery Match / 3D Target

Muhammad Andri bin Arshad

  • Certificates in Electronics (Arduino, IoT-Internet of Things, C++ Programming, Electronics) and LEGO robotics
  • Conducts seminars and workshops on various schools’ robotic and 3D printing clubs
  • Maker who loves to build things like AI robots & robocars (Follow line robots, Obstacle avoidance robots) humanoid robots (Pro-wrestling robots), 3D printer machines, and electronic gadgets
  • Trainer for Arduino electronic projects (open-source board), LEGO robotics, 3D printing machine, and laser engraving machine 
  • Created his own 3D printer and CNC milling machine
  • Malaysia Skills Certificate Level 3 in Automation Industry Mechatronic Engineering”

Maker - Intermediate Level

(Year 2 - 6)
Friday | 3.00 pm - 4.00 pm

The emerging field of robotics education is a new and rapidly growing subject area worldwide. It may provide a playful and novel learning environment for children to engage with all aspects of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learning.

Activities:

  • Week 1

    Briefing on the FLL Lego competition, Lego build, and coding.

  • Week 2

    Revise and code on the stage building with the hub, motor, LED lights, and sensor.

  • Week 3

    Revise and finalize the skatepark. Write and discuss info about it.

  • Week 4

    Finalize the museum build. Write and discuss info about it.

  • Week 5

    Finalize the stage and ticket counter. Write and discuss info about it.

  • Week 6

    Each team develops its info boards according to the theme given. (Week 1)

  • Week 7

    Developing info boards according to the theme given. (Week 2)

  • Week 8

    Discussion on the group script and job task in a group. (Week 1)

  • Week 9

    Discussion on the group script and job task in a group. (Week 2)

  • Week 10

    Final preparation on the team Lego booth, script reading, and presentation.

  • Week 11

    Group presentation (Week 1)

  • Week 12

    Group presentation (Week 2)

Teng Jun Minn

  • Public Speaking Coach at MicFront Academy
  • BA (HONS) in Mass Communication
  • NLP Master Practitioner
  • To instil self confidence and empower the younger generation to be our future leaders

Public Speaking

(Year 1 - 3)
Wednesday | 3:00pm - 4:00pm

Does your child show signs of low-confidence and may find it challenging to express themselves? Introducing our Storytelling + Show & Tell Module where we help your child to better express themselves, be more descriptive and build their own confidence! 

Activities:

  • Week 1

    Show & Tell Structure

  • Week 2

    Using your props

  • Week 3

    Using your voice

  • Week 4

    Show & Tell Presentation

  • Week 5

    Storytelling - Characters

  • Week 6

    Storytelling - Setting

  • Week 7

    Storytelling - Climax

  • Week 8

    Storytelling - Moral of the story

  • Week 9

    Pitch & Pause

  • Week 10

    Hand gestures & props

  • Week 11

    Staging & facial expressions

  • Week 12

    Final Presentation

Beh Wei Doong

  • Diploma in Sport and Exercise Science, Tunku Abdul Rahman University College
  • Bachelors degree in Sport and Exercise Science, Tunku Abdul Rahman University College
  • Having more than 10 years of teaching experience 

Swimming

(Year 1 - 6)
Thursday | 3.00 pm - 4.00 pm

Water safety is important to everyone! Learn how to swim today!

Activities:

  • Week 1

    Introduction to Swimming & Water Safety

  • Week 2

    Teaching Freestyle Kicking

  • Week 3

    Teaching Freestyle Kicking and Pulling

  • Week 4

    Teaching Freestyle Breathing and Body Coordination

  • Week 5

    Practicing Freestyle

  • Week 6

    Teaching Breaststroke Kick

  • Week 7

    Teaching Breaststroke Kicking and Pulling

  • Week 8

    Teaching Breaststroke Swim with Breathing

  • Week 9

    Teaching Head-up Breaststroke

  • Week 10

    Practice Freestyle and Breaststroke

  • Week 11

    Practice Freestyle and Breaststroke

  • Week 12

    Stroke Evaluation

Becky Lee

  • 15 years of teaching & working experiences with all ages
  • Choreographer and instructors for many local artis and projects

Modern Dance (Year 1 - 6)​

(Year 1 - 6)
Thursday | 3.00 pm - 4.00 pm

“Do your child loves to dance and shake to music?

Build their confidence, improve coordination,focus on muscle strengthening on balance by repetition of simple dance moves.”

Activities:

  • Week 1

    Introduction of Dance & Basic Steps

  • Week 2

    Basic Steps of Dance 1

  • Week 3

    Repeat Basic Steps of Dance 1

  • Week 4

    Repeat Basic Steps of Dance 1 with Music

  • Week 5

    Basic Steps of Dance 2

  • Week 6

    Repeat Basic Steps of Dance 2 with music

  • Week 7

    Basic Step 1 & Basic Step 2

  • Week 8

    Basic Dance Step 3

  • Week 9

    Repeat Basic Steps of Dance 3

  • Week 10

    Repeat Basic Steps of Dance 1,2,3 with music

  • Week 11

    Perform the Steps with Song in Group

  • Week 12

    Perform the Song Solo and Group

Muhammad Andri bin Arshad

  • Certificates in Electronics (Arduino, IoT-Internet of Things, C++ Programming, Electronics) and LEGO robotics
  • Conducts seminars and workshops on various schools’ robotic and 3D printing clubs
  • Maker who loves to build things like AI robots & robocars (Follow line robots, Obstacle avoidance robots) humanoid robots (Pro-wrestling robots), 3D printer machines, and electronic gadgets
  • Trainer for Arduino electronic projects (open-source board), LEGO robotics, 3D printing machine, and laser engraving machine 
  • Created his own 3D printer and CNC milling machine
  • Malaysia Skills Certificate Level 3 in Automation Industry Mechatronic Engineering”

Maker - Elementary Level

(Year 2 - 6)
Wednesday | 3.00 pm - 4.00 pm

The emerging field of robotics education is a new and rapidly growing subject area worldwide. It may provide a playful and novel learning environment for children to engage with all aspects of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learning.

Activities:

  • Week 1

    Building an animal alarm using sensor, speaker and LED light

  • Week 2

    Build a snack stand for other kids to get their snacks! (Revision)

  • Week 3

    Cable car design

  • Week 4

    Building a bus with a station stop sensor.

  • Week 5

    Create a maze game controlled by a Lego hub.

  • Week 6

    Creativity week. Build your own Lego design using a hub, motor, LED light, and colour sensor!

  • Week 7

    Let’s play football with Lego build

  • Week 8

    First Lego League Explore - Explore Lesson 1

  • Week 9

    First Lego League Explore - Explore Lesson 2

  • Week 10

    First Lego League Explore - Explore Lesson 3

  • Week 11

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  • Week 12

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Muhammad Andri bin Arshad

  • Certificates in Electronics (Arduino, IoT-Internet of Things, C++ Programming, Electronics) and LEGO robotics
  • Conducts seminars and workshops on various schools’ robotic and 3D printing clubs
  • Maker who loves to build things like AI robots & robocars (Follow line robots, Obstacle avoidance robots) humanoid robots (Pro-wrestling robots), 3D printer machines, and electronic gadgets
  • Trainer for Arduino electronic projects (open-source board), LEGO robotics, 3D printing machine, and laser engraving machine 
  • Created his own 3D printer and CNC milling machine
  • Malaysia Skills Certificate Level 3 in Automation Industry Mechatronic Engineering”

Maker - Intermediate Level

(Year 2 - 6)
Friday | 3.00 pm - 4.00 pm

The emerging field of robotics education is a new and rapidly growing subject area worldwide. It may provide a playful and novel learning environment for children to engage with all aspects of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learning.

Activities:

  • Week 1

    Briefing on the FLL Lego competition, Lego build, and coding.

  • Week 2

    Revise and code on the stage building with the hub, motor, LED lights, and sensor.

  • Week 3

    Revise and finalize the skatepark. Write and discuss info about it.

  • Week 4

    Finalize the museum build. Write and discuss info about it.

  • Week 5

    Finalize the stage and ticket counter. Write and discuss info about it.

  • Week 6

    Each team develops its info boards according to the theme given. (Week 1)

  • Week 7

    Developing info boards according to the theme given. (Week 2)

  • Week 8

    Discussion on the group script and job task in a group. (Week 1)

  • Week 9

    Discussion on the group script and job task in a group. (Week 2)

  • Week 10

    Final preparation on the team Lego booth, script reading, and presentation.

  • Week 11

    Group presentation (Week 1)

  • Week 12

    Group presentation (Week 2)

Teng Jun Minn

  • Public Speaking Coach at MicFront Academy
  • BA (HONS) in Mass Communication
  • NLP Master Practitioner
  • To instil self confidence and empower the younger generation to be our future leaders

Public Speaking

(Year 4 - 6)
Friday | 3:00pm - 4:00pm

Have ever felt stunned and caught off guard by an out of the blue question? Imagine, you are able to answer any question that anyone throws at you in an organized, easy to follow, and effectively painting the picture you want your audiences to see in their minds. If you want to make that your superpower, this class is for you! 

Activities:

  • Week 1

    Prioritizing news

  • Week 2

    Speak like a newscaster

  • Week 3

    Expressive newscaster

  • Week 4

    Presenting headlines

  • Week 5

    Crafting main news

  • Week 6

    Promoting a movie release

  • Week 7

    Promoting an event

  • Week 8

    Report an animal sighting

  • Week 9

    Weather forecast

  • Week 10

    Sport Report

  • Week 11

    Duo reporting

  • Week 12

    Transitioning & Final Presentation