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Sports and Games


The Badminton CCA, a niche sport in the school, aims to enhance leadership, healthy recreation, self-discipline and self-confidence. It comprises the Youth Development Programme group and the school team. 
The recreational group is open to all pupils, starting from Primary 1. Through this programme, pupils are able to discover their potential in the sport and pursue it further. 
The school team, consisting of Senior and Junior members, allows pupils to play at competitive levels. Pupils are exposed to the various levels of competition and develop their leadership potential.



The Basketball CCA aims to provide pupils with an opportunity to experience the sport at a competitive level. Most importantly, we hope to bring out their team spirit, resilience, confidence and commitment to the game. 



Bowling (Basic & Competitive)

Tenpin Bowling CCA was formed in 2003. The CCA has been in top flight bowling since its inaugural participation in the National Inter-Primary School Tenpin Bowling Championships. The coach has anchored and steered the team through many victories over the past decade.



Softball is one of the many sports that require teamwork and perseverance. Through the rigorous training sessions and the participation in the softball carnival organised by Singapore Baseball & Softball Association (SBSA), our pupils develop a love for the sport. In the long run, active and joyful participation may inspire them to be a dedicated sportsman.Softball is one of the many sports that require teamwork and perseverance. Our players train at least twice a week in the afternoon to equip them with the necessary skills when playing the game.



Sport Climbing

The Marist Climbing Team dubbed ‘The Marist Wallcrawlers’ was first started in 2004 by Mr Rizal. It was one of the Sports CCA but was then converted to a school competitive team. The team trained seriously to prepare for the annual competitions and entered the first competition in 2005. 

Every year, under the dedicated coaching by Mr Rizal, the team participated in various climbing events of the various genres from bouldering, difficulty to speed climbing. Since the beginning, the team has showed passion, commitment and tenacity in training which has earned the team top 3 honours since 2007 for the various competitions.

The mission of the Climbing Team is to nurture an all-rounded athlete with the spirit of sportsmanship, courage, responsibility, respect and humility.



Sports Education Programme (SEP)

The Sports Education Programme (SEP) is a collaborative partnership between Singapore Sports Council (SSC) and the Ministry of Education (MOE). The SEP aims to advocate the importance of sports education, encourage sports participation in schools and increase sporting opportunities for the young. The sports programmes are assessed by a panel comprising representatives from the SSC, MOE, schools, sports educators and practitioners to qualify for endorsement under the SEP.

In line with the school's mission to provide an educational programme that would affect the total formation of the individual, the school has selected three sports programmes from the Sports Education Programme list to be conducted from Term 2 to 4. They are Inline Skating & Swing Boarding, Touch Rugby and Kangoo Jumps.




The Marist Swim Team comprises of the best swimmers who represent the school in various divisions in the annual Inter-Primary School Swimming Competition. Every year, our swimmers show true sportsmanship in their attitude and performance in the National Competition.



Table Tennis

Table Tennis, a niche sport in the school, aims to inculcate in pupils a lifelong interest in the sport. This CCA consists of the non-competitive group and the school team. 

Our Youth Development Programme allows pupils to discover their interest and enhance their skills. It also enables us to identify talents to represent the school in various competitions.

The school team was formed to provide pupils the opportunity to experience the sport at a competitive level. Ultimately, it aims to develop the physical and mental aspects of a sportsman in our pupils.




Taekwondo is a form of Korean martial arts. In Korean, “tae” means "to strike or break with foot", “kwon” means "to strike or break with fist" and “do” means "way", "method" or "art". Thus, taekwondo may be loosely translated as "the art of the foot and fist" or "the art of kicking and punching". The sport combines combat techniques, self-defence, and exercise. This sport also inculcates discipline and determination in pupils. As the saying goes, practice makes perfect. Pupils practise hard in preparation for their grading tests.

In Maris Stella, the Taekwondo Club has been established for more than ten years. Pupils are taught basic poomsae patterns for the different coloured belts and sparring moves. Our pupils are encouraged to participate in the Inter Primary Schools Taekwondo Championships and Invitational Tournaments organised by the Singapore Taekwondo Federation.