Dear Students, Coaches and Teachers,
The Debate Association (Singapore) is happy to announce that we will be conducting a two and a half day debate camp from Friday 18 June to Sunday 20 June 2010. The Camp will start at 9 a.m. on Friday and Saturday and at 1.30pm on Sunday and end at 5 p.m. for all 3 days.
The camp will target secondary school students who have no or little debating experience and are looking to be introduced to debates. Through the camp, we aim to:
* Introduce to participants debating and public speaking skills;
* Reinforce their argumentative, and thinking skills;
* Enrich young debaters through interaction with former national and international speakers who can be role models for their younger counterparts;
* Allow young debaters to network with like-minded students, and cultivate a strong debating fraternity within their age group.
The cost fee for the camp is S$100 per participant and covers administrative costs, training materials and lunch for Friday and Saturday.
The deadline for application is 12 June 2010. Should you have any queries, please feel free to email Jun Yi at firstname.lastname@example.org. Details on the programme will be distributed once students
Hwa Chong Institution
Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)
Catholic High School
Methodist Girls' School
INVITATION TO THE RAFFLES UNDER-14 DEBATE CHAMPIONSHIP 2010
The Raffles Debate Academy is pleased to invite your school to participate in the Raffles Under-14 Debate Championship 2010 (
Champion Team: Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)
Runner Up: Hwa Chong Institution
Best Speaker for the Finals: Yeo En Fei Walter (ACS(I))
Video of the MIDC 2010 Grand Finals:
Congratulations to all the teams (especially the winners) who took part!
The full results for the competition are:
The Division II & III Grand Finals will be held on Friday 23 April 2010 at Nan Chiau High School, 20 Anchorvale Link from 6.00 p.m.
Division III Grand Final
Proposition: C.H.I.J. St. Joseph's Convent
Opposition: Kent Ridge Secondary School
Motion: This House believes that the integrated programme school system creates more harm than good
Video of the Div 3 Finals:
Division II Grand Final
Proposition: Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road)
Opposition: St. Anthony's Canossian Secondary School
Motion: This House believes that international sporting events are a waste of money
The debates are open to members of the public, although seating is limited and on a first-come basis. Thanks!
Congratulations to the following teams for making it through to the Semi Finals (to be held at RI this Friday 16th Apr evening):
Hwa Chong Institution
ACS (Barker Road)
Bowen Secondary School
St. Anthony's Canossian Secondary
Chung Cheng High (Yishun)
Bukit View Secondary School
Kent Ridge Secondary School
CHIJ St. Joseph's Convent