|Training Venue||Training Day One||Training Day Two||Training Day Three|
|Indoor Sports Hall||Wednesday 3.30 pm - 6.15 pm||Friday 3.30 pm - 6.15 pm||Tuesday 4.00 pm – 6.15 pm (competition period)|
Mr Lee Jun Wei (I/C)
Mr Yeo Chin Hwei (2 I/C)
|Mr Ng Kok Hua
Mr Lau Chun Tee
|Key Appointment Holders|
|‘B’ Division||Lim Chang Ze (Captain)
Teng Jun Han (Vice-Captain)
Muhammad Iqram Bin Muhammad (Vice-Captain)
|‘C’ Division||Lukas Koh Yu Han (Captain)
Mervin Manivannan (Vice-Captain)
|West Zone B Division Boys Volleyball Championship||4th place||2021|
|National B Division Boys Volleyball Championship||1st round||2019|
|West Zone B Division Boys Volleyball Championship||3rd place||2019|
|National B Division Boys Volleyball Championship||1st round||2018|
|West Zone B Division Boys Volleyball Championship||4th place||2018|
|National B Division Boys Volleyball Championship||1st round||2017|
|West Zone B Division Boys Volleyball Championship||4th place||2017|
|National B Division Boys Volleyball Championship||1st round||2016|
|West Zone B Division Boys Volleyball Championship||4th place||2016|
|National C Division Boys Volleyball Championship||1st round||2016|
|West Zone C Division Boys Volleyball Championship||4th place||2016|
|National B Division Boys Volleyball Championship||1st round||2015|
|West Zone B Division Boys Volleyball Championship||4th place||2015|
List of Activities
|West Zone B Division Boys Volleyball Championship||January – March|
|West Zone C Division Boys Volleyball Championship||July – August|
|Volleyball Training cum Team Bonding Camp in JWSS||June|
|Overseas School Immersion Programme||2016 – Malaysia|
2017 – Hong Kong
2018 – Thailand
2019 – Taiwan
|Volleyball Outreach Programme at Frontier Primary School||November|
|Volleyball School Immersion in Thailand||November|
| Volleyball Outreach Programme at Frontier Primary School||October|
|West Zone ‘C’ Division Volleyball Championship||June - July|
|Volleyball Camp in JWSS||June|
|West Zone ‘B’ Division Volleyball||January - March|
Activities & Competitions (2021)
Activities & Competitions (2020)
The team before the competition was suspended.
Volleyball session via zoom.
Activities & Competitions (2019)
|Students playing hard in a friendly match against the host school after having lessons at Baifu Junior High School, Taiwan.|
|Students experiencing authentic school lessons such as such as Cultural studies, Thinking and Design, and Outdoor Education. They also made their own pineapple tart, an iconic Taiwanese snack.|
|Volleyball boys planned and conducted a series of activities to introduce the basics of volleyball to the students from Frontier Primary School.|
We are proud to announce that the Jurong West Secondary School B Division Volleyball boys clinched the 3rd place in the 2019 West Zone B Division Volleyball Tournament for the first time in the school’s history. The boys gave a good showing of themselves in the competition and did their school proud.
|Gacayan Jean-Christian Sagun spiking during the 3rd/4th
Position game versus Clementi Town Secondary School||Yeow Hong Yang spiking during the 3rd/4th Position game versus Clementi Town Secondary School|
|West Zone B Division Volleyball Championship Prize Presentation||Our B Division Volleyball players and their trophies with Mr Michael|
June Volleyball Camp 2019
|Volleyballers engaging in team bonding challenges during the camp||Group cycling activity to East Coast Park|
|Our volleyballers finally made it to the Marina Barrage||Taking a team photo at the Marina Barrage|
|Building stronger bonds within the CCA by getting students with blindfold to listen to their team mate’s direction in order to stack up some cups. Students also had fun exploring the boulder wall and trusting their friends with the belay system at the rock-climbing centre.|
2018 Year End Volleyball Overseas Trip (Thailand)
Last year, the JWSS volleyball team had the rare opportunity to travel to Thailand during the end-of-year holidays for an immersion programme. It was a rare opportunity for the boys to train and play with teams in one of the best Volleyball nations in the world.
The JWSS Volleyball boys team had the rare privilege of training with and playing against some of the best schools in the country for volleyball. It was definitely an eye-opening experience for them
|Our students had the chance to interact with the students from the first rugby school in Thailand, which was opened by the late King Bhumibol himself|
Activities & Competitions (2018)
|The JWSS Volleyball Team - Our Joy, Our Pride|
|The Jurong West Secondary School B Division Volleyball boys clinched the 4th place in the 2018 West Zone B Division Volleyball Tournament. In the Preliminary Round, the boys recorded wins against River Valley High School, Zhenghua Secondary School, Tanglin Secondary School and Nan Hua High School, and finished second in their group to qualify for the Semi-Finals of the West Zone Tournament. |
The boys were pitted against Shuqun Secondary School in the Semi-Finals and acquitted themselves well against the boys from Shuqun, but were unfortunate to lose to the eventual and deserved champions of the West Zone Tournament. Despite the loss, the boys have done their best. Clinching 4th place in the competition for the third year in a row is a remarkable achievement and they have done the school proud.
|Mohamed Danial (Jersey no 9) spiking vs Bukit Panjang Government High.|
|Libero Hakim preparing to forearm pass during a match.
West Zone B Division Volleyball Championship Prize Presentation.
Activities & Competitions (2017)
|Our B Division boys at the West Zone Volleyball
Tournament Prize Presentation.
|JWSS players in action during the National Volleyball Championship.|
|Year-end Overseas Trip|
|Last year, the JWSS volleyball team had the rare opportunity to travel to Hong Kong during the end-of-year holidays for an immersion programme. The objective of the programme was not just for them to train and bond with their teammates, but for them to also experience first-hand Hong Kong’s culture and see what education, and the volleyball scene is like in Hong Kong.
One of the main highlights of the trip was most definitely the match the students played against the South China Athletic Association volleyball team – a professional volleyball league team in Hong Kong. Getting to train with professional players and play a match against them was definitely an eye-opener for the JWSS volleyball boys. For some it was a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Another highlight of the trip was the immersion programme at Shun Tak CYT Secondary, a Secondary school in Hong Kong. Our students (and teachers) had the opportunity to explore the campus and to actually take part in lessons conducted during curriculum time. The students got to interact with the students in the school and exchange cultural experiences. It was an invaluable experience for our students.
The JWSS volleyball team really enjoyed the time spent in Hong Kong and the programme had achieved its objectives. It was an enriching experience for the students – both in terms of volleyball, and exposing our students to different cultures and education systems – and the team looks forward to the next trip.
|JWSS volleyball players with students from Hong Kong Shun Tak Fraternal Association
Cheng Yu Tung Secondary School during the Overseas School Immersion Trip to Hong Kong.
|JWSS students having lunch and interacting with their Hong Kong friends
during the Hong Kong School Immersion Trip.
|Volleyball training sessions and friendly games with South China Athletic Association Hong Kong Clubhouse.
|JWSS volleyball players with the Alumni in our June Volleyball Camp.|