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Physical Education & Holistic Health Department

Vision:

A community fit to play, play to be fit.

Mission:

We seek to develop in every student their interest and knowledge in sports and outdoor activities. To inculcate in our students a pursuit of an active and healthy lifestyle.

Programme Tiers

Student Segment

Key Features

1. Broad Based PE Curriculum and Outdoor Education Programme 

All Students

– Teaching Games for Understanding (TGFU) Approach- Concept and Skills Based- Across Territorial, Striking/Fielding and Net/Barrier Games- Explicit teaching of school values: Humility, Integrity, Respect and Love- Physical Health and Fitness practical and theory lessons- Outdoor Education for Lower Secondary students

– Participation in Annual Road Run

– Participation in HI Active Youth Day

– Participation in Inter-class Level Sports Games

– Participation in ACES Day

2. Enrichment Programmes

S1 - 3 Students

–  Sports Education Programme (SEP) activities

3. Sports Competitions

High ability students

– Participation in National School Games for student athletes

4. Leadership Programme

PE Representatives

– Leadership Development- Involved in the planning and execution of PE Events

5. APPLE Programme

Students who need more support in healthy lifestyle management (Sec. 1 to 3)

– A fun programme designed to inculcate in our students the importance of maintaining a healthy body weight and the strategies to achieve them 


 

Department staff:

Mr Ricky Han Cheng Kwang (HOD PE & CCA)

Mr Tay Boon Chong Jeffery (HOD Discipline)

Ms Valerie Lau (SH PE)

Mrs Ku Tin Tin

Mr Jarrod Tan

Mr Ong Wei Han

PE Programmes 2019

Term 1 - Road Run

Term 2 - Sports Enrichment Programme, NAPFA Test (S2/4/5)

Term 3 - Active Youth Day, ACES Day

Term 4 - Level Games

Assessment for Physical Education 

Students will be assessed based on the following domains and components:

Domains

Components

Description

Cognitive and Physical

Game Skills & Concepts

The student is able to demonstrate in a modified game setting:

*understanding of the rules for successful team play

*good positional sense and game awareness

*execute the skills taught by the PE Teacher

*understand and apply the games concept taught by the PE Teacher

Outdoor Education

(Sec 1 and 2)

The student is able to demonstrate appropriate outdoor skills through physical activities while cultivating an attitude of care and appreciation for the environment, and thoughtful consideration of the risks and safety of self and others.

NAPFA Test

(Sec 2, 4 and 5)

The student is able to perform for the 6 components of the NAPFA Test: Muscular endurance (sit ups), muscular power (Standing Broad Jump), Flexibility (Sit & Reach), Muscular strength/endurance (Inclined pull-ups / Pull-ups), Speed & agility (Shuttle Run) and Cardiovascular endurance (2.4km Run/Walk).

Affective

Active Participation

The student is able to demonstrate effort, responsibility, pro-activeness and participation.

Sportsmanship

The student is able to demonstrate the values of integrity, respect, teamwork that enhance communication, collaboration and relationship with others.

Conduct and Attire

The student is able to attend PE lessons in appropriate PE attire, follow instructions from PE Teachers and display a high level of safety awareness.

 PE Highlights

HI Active Youth Day

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Annual Road Run

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Sports Elective Programme

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ACES Day

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