Frequently Asked Questions
What do you do during your CCA sessions? (This is, hands-down, the question we’ve been asked most frequently. We’re glad that people are interested in what we’re doing during CCA!)
During our weekly general meetings, Green Councillors share about the projects that they have been working on. Green Councillors provide feedback and suggestions for each others’ projects. As each Green Councillor is involved in a few projects and may not be as familiar with the projects of other Green Councillors, the session enables us to know what everyone in the CCA is doing, so that we are all aware of our progress as a CCA!
However, that’s just one part of what Green Councillors do! We have more CCA sessions before the Clean and Green Week (normally held between March-April) and the Primary School June Camp to try out our proposals and work as a team on our initiatives.
Green Councillors also formulate proposals to improve the school’s environmental status. This is done during our project sub-committee meetings, which are held at the discretion of each sub-committee, or by ourselves (such as proposal writing), after curriculum hours.
As you can see, our sessions are very flexible and allow us to accommodate the schedule of each Green Councillor!
How often do you hold CCA sessions?
We have general meetings once a week. For the current batch of Green Councillors, meetings are normally held on Mondays.
In the lead-up to our two major events, the Clean and Green Week and Primary School June Camp, we tend to have more CCA sessions as preparations intensify.
During the school holidays, we also have CCA sessions to carry out our year-end projects such as the collection and resale of second-hand books and uniforms.
Is Green Council fun?
Of course! Although proposal writing and editing may sometimes be tedious, all Green Councilors have the choice to take up projects that they have a deep interest in, which they are eager to see the success of. We’re sure everyone has issues that they are deeply concerned about and want to see positive changes made, and for us these issues are the various environmental issues like resource depletion, food waste, loss in biodiversity…being in Green Council gives us the opportunity to work towards advancing the positive changes we want to see in the environment and that’s definitely fun and interesting!
What characteristics should Green Councillors have?
We look out for three qualities, passion, commitment, and responsibility.