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PE Department

VISION

To develop students healthy in body and mind.

The Physical Education department is dedicated in developing and training students to be fit, not only in body but in mind as well. Lessons are carried out with the following objectives in mind: 

a) Improve and sustain overall physical fitness

b) Impart knowledge in various physical fitness training theories

c) Motivate and train students to excel in their NAPFA test

d) Impart knowledge and monitor the weight of students in the unhealthy weight ranges

e) Leverage on sports education pedagogy to teach students games from different genres 

f) Teach outdoor education skills such as orienteering, outdoor cooking and tent pitching for a greater appreciation for nature and environment.

g) Equip students with the knowledge and skills to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

 

Staff

Name

Designation

E-mail

Lian Chuen Pei

Head of Department

lian_chuen_pei@moe.edu.sg

Alvin Ho Wei Kwok

Subject Head

ho_wei_kwok_alvin@moe.edu.sg

Darren Tan Choon Kee

Teacher

darren_tan_choon_kee@moe.edu.sg

Siva Chuprumani

SPE

siva_chuprumani@moe.edu.sg

 

 

Events in 2018

No.

Event

Venue

 Date

1

 Annual School Cross Country

TBC

 2nd March

2

 NAPFA Test for Sec 2, 4 and 5

School

 12th April     

3

 Inter-Class Games

School

 End May

4

 Annual Sports Carnival

School

  28th June

5Olympic SocietySchool 
Every Wednesday 

 

 

Curriculum

All students have PE lessons for 2 hours 20 minutes a week. Besides physical conditioning for all students and NAPFA testing for secondary two, four and five, all students undergo games training to become competent players. Such sports include net barrier games like volleyball and badminton, striking and fielding games like softball, and territorial invasion games like football, basketball and floorball. All Secondary One to Three students also experience outdoor education lessons in preparation for the Secondary 3 Adventure Camp.

The PE Department embraces the Sports Education Model in teaching to improve student motivation and participation.

Students who need special attention attends the weekly games session on Wednesdays which incorporates the Refresh programme supported by the Health Promotion Board. The School Student Health Advisor also conducts consultation sessions to support these students in their journey to maintain healthy habits.