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Physical Education (PE)&Programme for Active Learning (PAL)


PE


Physical Education (PE)

The school’s PE programme seek to develop in each pupil the ability to:

  • Perform and enjoy a variety of physical activities with understanding

  • Develop and maintain physical health and fitness through regular participation in physical activities

  • Demonstrate positive self-esteem through body awareness and control

  • Understand and apply thinking skills to PE

  • Demonstrate the spirit of fair play, teamwork and sportsmanship

  • Acquire safe practices during physical activities


Physical Education (PE)

Primary 1

  • Term 1 – Fundamental movements

  • Term 2 – Gym

  • Term 3 – Locomotor and non-locomotor skills

  • Term 4 – Fundamental movements


Physical Education (PE)

Primary 2

  • Term 1 – Fundamental movements

  • Term 2 – Locomotor and non-locomotor skills

  • Term 3 – Dance

  • Term 4 – Fundamental movements


Physical Education (PE)

Primary 3

  • Term 1 – Net and barrier

  • Term 2 – Swimming

  • Term 3 – Territorial and Invasion

  • Term 4 – Striking and Fielding


Physical Education (PE)

Primary 4

  • Term 1 – NAPFA

  • Term 2 – Games Carnival

  • Term 3 – Territorial and Invasion

  • Term 4 – Net and barrier


Physical Education (PE)

Primary 5

  • Term 1 – NAPFA

  • Term 2 – Games Carnival

  • Term 3 – Territorial and Invasion

  • Term 4 – Striking and Fielding


Physical Education (PE)

Primary 6

  • Term 1 – NAPFA

  • Term 2 – Games Carnival

  • Term 3 – Territorial and Invasion

  • Term 4 – Modified Sports and Games


Physical Education (PE)

Health Education

Worldwide Concern

  • In 2010, our National Healthy Lifestyle Campaign (NHLC) 2010 focused on obesity. It is a world wide concern including Singapore who face an uphill challenge of fighting a rising prevalence of obesity. The World Health Organization (WHO) has also declared obesity to be a global epidemic and has been spearheading a series of consultations and awareness campaigns to raise awareness of the global rising trend of obesity.


Physical Education (PE)

Health Education

Worldwide Concern

  • Childhood obesity will cause a higher risk of developing heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes at an early age or later in adulthood. Children may also experience low self-esteem. Underweight children may fall more easily, have reduced muscle strength and develop osteoporosis (brittle bones) in adulthood.


Physical Education (PE)

Health Education

Parents, we need your help

  • Encourage your child/ward to:

    • Exercise 3 times a week

    • Eat healthily, avoid food high in sugar and salt

    • Monitor Body Mass Index (BMI)

      • BMI = Weight

        Height X Height

      • Overweight, Severely Overweight

      • Acceptable

      • Underweight, Severely Underweight

      • Information can be found in the

        Pupil’s Diary from Page 18 to 20


Physical Education (PE)

Health Education

School Programmes

  • Let’s Play – Every Tues and Thurs morning from 7.30 a.m. to 7.55 a.m. (fun and games, cardio activities)

  • Milk Programme– Milk packets given to underweight pupils during Let’s Play

  • Recess programme – Every recess (loaning out equipment for pupils to play)

  • Wellness Club – Every Tues (games, sports and cardio related activities)


PAL


Programme for Active Learning (PAL)

The design and delivery of PAL activities aim to achieve the following learning outcomes which provide the purpose for learning through PAL:

  • Exhibit confidence in what they do and express themselves effectively

  • Exhibit curiosity and positive attitudes to learn

  • Enjoy group experiences and teamwork


Programme for Active Learning (PAL)

The four domains of PAL

  • Sports and games

  • Outdoor Education

  • Performing Arts

  • Visual Arts


Programme for Active Learning (PAL)

Primary 1

  • Term 1 – Sports and games

  • Term 2 – Visual Arts

  • Term 3 – Outdoor Education

  • Term 4 – Performing Arts


Programme for Active Learning (PAL)

Primary 2

  • Term 1 – Sports and games

  • Term 2 – Performing Arts

  • Term 3 – Visual Arts

  • Term 4 – Outdoor Education


Programme for Active Learning (PAL)

2010

it started out…


Programme for Active Learning (PAL)

2010

Archery

(Sports and Games)


Programme for Active Learning (PAL)

2010

Dance

(Performing Arts)


Programme for Active Learning (PAL)

2010

Gym

(Sports and Games)


Programme for Active Learning (PAL)

2010

Inline skating

(Sports and Games)


Programme for Active Learning (PAL)

2010

Target games

(Sports and Games)


Programme for Active Learning (PAL)

2011

2nd year…


Programme for Active Learning (PAL)

2011

Inline skating

(Sports and Games)


Programme for Active Learning (PAL)

2011

Board Games

(Sports and Games)


Programme for Active Learning (PAL)

2011

Gym

(Sports and Games)


Programme for Active Learning (PAL)

2011

Dance

(Performing Arts)


Programme for Active Learning (PAL)

2011

Target games

(Sports and Games)


Programme for Active Learning (PAL)

2012

so far…


Programme for Active Learning (PAL)

2012

The pupils got to play reversi with their peers.

Unfortunately, the pictures were corrupted due to technical glitch.

Board games

(Sports and Games)


Programme for Active Learning (PAL)

2012

Target games

(Sports and Games)


Programme for Active Learning (PAL)

2012

Lego

(Sports and Games)


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