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Physical & Health Education, CCA & Aesthetics

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Our Department Members

Appointment of Department MemberName of Member
Head of Department / PHE, CCA & AestheticsMdm Siti Mas Laily
Subject Head / PHE & CCAMr Mohammed Fadzliegh Bin Nordin
Subject Head / Aesthetics, TIE & ImmersionMrs Joanne Chan-Li Wai Yee 
Senior Teacher / PHEMr Michael Kwok Weng Meng 
Senior Teacher / Art Mrs Low-Leow Siew Peng 
Senior Teacher / MusicMrs Boey-Tan Lee Sin
Coordinator / Programme for Active Learning (PAL) Ms Seri Nadrah Bte Mohamed Zakariah
Coordinator / CCA & VIA in CCA Ms Woo Yeong Chyi 
School Programme Executive Mr Rustam Moenaf 
Members (PHE Specialisation)Mr Ang Ben Yong
Mrs Lim-Goh Kheen Yong
Ms Lin Qinying
Mr Mohamad Hafees Bin Hanafi
Mr Muhammad Sanusi Bin Roslan 
Mr Tay Ah Bee
Mr Nicholas Ting Ming Chong
Mr Yap Beng Hui
Members (Art Specialisation)Ms Karen Cheung Mee Hoong
Ms Linda Lee Mui Lan
Mdm Nur Dharina Bte Mohd Som
Mrs Rosnah Jasli
Members (Music Specialisation)Mrs Bernadine Dorett
Ms Choy Yong En Carene
Mrs Jennifer Lim
Mdm Sim Yew Hong
Mr Toh Jun Jie
Mrs Woo Mun Lan
Members (Dance Specialisation)Mdm Natasha Nadia Bte Mohd Hafizd
Mdm Peng Binglun
Ms Denise Tan Jie Qi



 






























Our Key Programmes (PHE & CCA)


Name of Programmes

Objectives

Target Level

Date / Timeframe

InnoChef With A Cultural Twist

  • To appreciate diverse culture through food
  • To enable pupils to acquire basic culinary skills and to prepare various dishes
  • To make healthier choices with food ingredients

P1 - P6

As per scheduled through the year

VIA in CCA

  • To support pupils’ development as socially responsible citizens who can contribute meaningfully to the community, through the learning and application of values, knowledge and skills
  • To provide opportunities for pupils to serve, relate and work with people beyond the school context
  • To empathise with the elderly and people around them

P4-P6 pupils with CCA

As per scheduled through the year

Active Kids @ Recess

  • empower and encourage pupils to adopt a healthier lifestyle through participation in physical activities and educating them on the importance of regular physical activity

P1 - P6

Through the year

Cheers Break

  • To provide pupils with a short break in between lessons
  • To promote the benefits of drinking water
  • To encourage pupils to bring healthy snacks to school

P1 - P6

Through the year

P2 SwimSafer

  • To build water confidence in pupils
  • To raise pupils’ awareness on water safety  

P2 & P3

Term 1 - 2

Programme for Active Learning (PAL)

  • To provide broad exposure and experiences for all P1 and 2 pupils through varied and fun learning activities
  • To inculcate values and developing social and emotional competencies through social experiences in six domains: Sports and Games, PAL Music, Creative Movement, Outdoor Education, PAL Drama and Visual Arts

P1 & P2

Terms 2 - 4

Total Wellness Week

a) Eye Care Activities,

b) Anti-Drug Ambassador

c) Anti-Smoking Programme

d) Fruitty/Veggie Recess Activities

e) Finish my Veggie and Fruits Inter-Class Competition

  • To encourage healthy-eating and share the benefits of eating fruits
  • To raise awareness on importance of a balanced diet
  • To promote healthy eating and raise awareness on food safety
  • To educate and raise awareness on the importance of eye care
  • To educate and raise awareness on the harmful effects of smoking

P1 - P6

Term 2

P6 Leadership Adventure Training Camp

  • To develop and nurture leadership and facilitation skills through team-building activities, outdoor facilitation and safety management
  • To groom selected pupils as potential camp leaders to serve as student leaders during the Primary 5 Adventure Camp
  • Seek to achieve the objectives of outdoor education

Selected P6 Pupils

Term 2

P5 Adventure Camp

  • To nurture the adventurous spirit in pupils
  • To develop each child as an individual
  • To foster the School Values through a variety of enriching out-of-class experience
  • Seek to achieve the objectives of outdoor education

P5

Term 2

NAPFA

  • To assess and evaluate pupils’ fitness level

P4 & P6

Term 2

Super Junior Games Carnival (SJGC)

  • To learn to Play and Play to Learn through various games and activities
  • To build a sense of class spirit and teamwork
  • To develop self-esteem and self-confidence through positive sporting experiences
  • To develop an appreciation of the concepts of fair play and good sportsmanship
  • To promote healthy and active lifestyle through active participation

P1 - P3

Term 3

Upper Primary Games Day (UPGD)

  • To allow pupils to apply their skill acquisitions in various games
  • To build a sense of class spirit and teamwork
  • To develop self-esteem and self-confidence through positive sporting experiences
  • To develop an appreciation of the concepts of fair play and good sportsmanship
  • To promote healthy and active lifestyle through active participation

P4 - P6

Term 4

P3 CCA Experience Day

  • To allow pupils to experience the CCAs of their choice through the discovery of their interests and talents

P3

Term 4

Sports Education Programme (SEP)

  • To develop skills and sports knowledge of pupils and help promote active participation of sports
  • To promote team spirit and character building, and aim to arouse interest in continual sports participation

P2 - P4

Term 4


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Page last updated: 26 July 2018