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Physical & Health Education, CCA & Aesthetics

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Our Key Programmes (PHE & CCA)


Name of Programmes

Objectives

Target Level

Date / Timeframe

P6 Leadership Camp

(Updated 24/02/2020)

The P6 Camp Leaders Training Programme trains and prepares our P6 Student Leaders (Prefects, CCA Leaders and Cyberwellness Ambassadors) to serve as Camp Leaders for the annual P5 Adventure Camp. Through this programme, our Student Leaders acquire the knowledge and skills to carry out their duties responsibly and safely. The training programme provides our Student Leaders the opportunity to apply the 5 Practices of Exemplary Leadership, which they have learnt during their Student Leadership sessions. In addition to learning how to belay and spot for participants on the High Ropes Elements, our Student Leaders also learn about group dynamics to motivate and encourage their camp participants.

P6

6 to 7 March 2020


P6 Leadership Camp

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Children’s Day Celebrations &
P1-P6 Games Carnival

(Updated 25/02/2020)

The exciting Children’s Day Celebrations & P1-P6 Games Carnival will be organized to bring students, parents and partners together. The event integrates the Sports Education Programme and Children's Day celebration. Pupils will have the opportunity to be involved in  activities like mini-bowling, archery, bouncy challenge courses and many more. Through this activities, pupils are able to develop their sports skills and encourages participation in many non-conventional sports.

P1 - P6

8 October 2020


Children's Day Celebration & P1-P6 Games Carnival

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GastroChef with A Cultural Twist
 (Updated 25/02/2020)  
GastroChef with A Cultural Twist provides students with real-life experiences to learn basic culinary skills, develop character & values through teamwork, understand differences in culture and develop cultural awareness in today’s global environment.
P1 - P6Different levels with different timings throughout the year 

GastroChef with A Cultural Twist
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SV Junior GastroChef (Updated 26/02/2020)SV Jr GastroChef provides opportunity for the pupils to showcase their culinary skills, nutritional knowledge & passion for food after experiencing GastroChef with a Cultural Twist from P1.

P6

12 November 2020


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Total Wellness Week (Updated 26/02/2020)
Total Wellness Week is a one-week event to promote healthy & active living to the pupils through games stations, activities including classroom lessons. The school will be partnering with NKF where health talks and exhibitions will be organized.
P1 - P624 - 28 February 2020

Total Wellness Week
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Primary 5 Adventure Camp
(Updated 26/02/2020)
The annual Primary 5 Adventure Camp, organised by PHE Department, will be held at MOE Jalan Bahtera Outdoor Adventure Learning Centre this year. The camp focuses on developing every pupil as an adventurous individual and fostering school values by providing opportunities for experiential outdoor learning through activities such as rock-climbing, challenge rope course, zip-lining and low elements team building games. P526 - 28 Mar 2020 (Cancelled)

Primary 5 Adventure Camp

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Swimsafer Programme
(Updated 27/02/2020)
Through the SwimSafer 2.0 Programme, students will learn water safety knowledge, personal water survival and swimming skills that is essential for them. 
P2January - March 2020 (Suspended)

Swimsafer Programme

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NAPFA Test
(Updated 27/02/2020)
The National Physical Fitness Award Scheme (NAPFA) is a test of physical fitness for Singaporeans as part of Singapore's Sports For Life programme. Our Primary 4s and Primary 6s are taking their NAPFA test this April.P4 & P6 April 2 & 9 2020 (5 items), April 13-24 (1.6km run)

NAPFA Test


PAL Programme
(Updated 27/02/2020)
The Programme for Active Learning or PAL is an integral part of the curriculum for Primary 1 and 2 pupils. PAL offers learning experiences that are active, hands-on and meaningful. PAL enhances the development of soft skills in our pupils such as the ability to communicate clearly and cooperate with others. The programme encourages pupils to have a lively curiosity about the world they live in and a belief in their ability to accomplish a task or manage a challenge.P1 & P2Jan to November 2020

PAL Programme

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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

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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