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Students should not be obliged to take up a sports CCA Empty Students should not be obliged to take up a sports CCA

Sun Feb 16, 2020 11:51 am
I disagree with this idea.

As a part of a holistic education, the essence of a sports CCA is for students to specialise in a sport that they are interested in by providing professional training on the sport so that they gain the necessary skill sets to reach a certain level of competence.

Not all students would, however, benefit from the training, as the training aimed for mastery of the sport is time-consuming and can be taxing. If a student takes the sport seriously and is willing and passionate enough to develop his skill sets to reasonable level of competence, taking up the CCA would benefit them considerably as the training would allow them to discover their true potentials. However, if the student take the sport as a way of leisure, they would not benefit as much because the tedious training would require participants to invest immense time and effort in. However, for those who are not inclined to sports, or those who only do it for leisure, may not be willing to put in the time and effort required of them.

Therefore, it is important that the students have the freedom to choose what kind of CCA they would like to join so that they can develop skills in fields they are interested in or passionate about rather than spending an inordinate amount of time on intensive trainings that may not be so beneficial for them. Hence, I believe that students should not be obliged to take up a sports CCA
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