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Term 3 CCA enrolment closes Monday 10am

Posted: March 24, 2017

Term 3 CCA enrolment on Gateway closes on Monday 27 March at 10am. The activities commence Tuesday 18 April, right after the Easter break. The lists will be confirmed by next Friday. If your child is no longer interested/available to participate in a CCA, please withdraw him/her from the activity before 10am on Monday 27 March:
1) Log in to the Gateway, click the Activities tab beside your child’s picture as you did to enrol your child in a CCA.
2) Click the “My Activities” tab near the top.
3) Select Term 3 for school term, and click “Withdraw” beside the specific CCA.
If you have more than one child, you can select another child from the drop down list near the top and then repeat step 3.

You must have sufficient funds in your child’s ePayment account before Monday 27 March at 10am to cover ALL CCAs you’ve signed them up in order for them to be considered/enrolled in ANY activity, otherwise he/she will be removed from ALL CCAs. Information about setting up and topping up your ePayment account can be found here. Please contact if you have any questions.

Registered/Accepted during the enrolment period does NOT mean Accepted
In order to allow as many students as possible to participate in a CCA, activities will be registered on a first come/first served basis, however, where activities are over-subscribed, students who are not enrolled in any other activity will be given priority over students who already have an assigned CCA. If you choose to sign up your child up for more than one CCA, preferences will NOT be accounted for. It will be presumed that your child is happy to do any of the CCAs. Registering for a CCA does not mean your child has been accepted (when the system shows ‘Registered’ or ‘Accepted’ beside the activity name during the enrolment period, it does not necessarily mean your child has been enrolled). For CCAs that are oversubscribed and have been offered in previous terms, students who were accepted in previous terms will have a lower priority.