Holistic Outcome through Physical Education (HOPE) & CCA
• To develop pupils’ games skills, nurture sportsmanship values and equip them with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to pursue and enjoy a physically active and healthy lifestyle.
• Align to MOE purpose, goals and 21st CC outcomes
Goals of Physical Education
Goal 1: Acquire a range of motor skills to participate in a variety of physical activities
Goal 2: Understand and apply movement concepts, principles and strategies in a range of physical activities
Goal 3: Demonstrate safe practices during physical and daily activities with respect to themselves, others and the environment.
Goal 4: Display positive personal and social behaviour across different experiences.
Goal 5: Acquire and maintain health-enhancing fitness through regular participation in physical activities
Goal 6: Enjoy and value the benefits of living a physically active and healthy life
Inter House Games
A series of sports competitions for our students to make new friendships and demonstrate their learning.
SMB Youth Run and Games
SMB Youth Run – Our school’s Mass Run event to instil joy, a love for the outdoors and resilience amongst our students. Through these platforms our students become active and learn to inculcate healthy lifestyle.
SMB Youth Games – Our school’s Track and Field day where students demonstrate their learning from Track and Field Module taught in PE lessons. It is also a day to promote fun, adopt healthy lifestyle and develop character such as excellence and sportsmanship values.
|Secondary 1 Hiking and Orienteering Programme|
|Secondary 2 Resilience Camp|
|Secondary 3 MOE-OBS Programme|
Students develop 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.
3 Learning Areas are:
|Sports and Games|
|Physical Health and Fitness|
|Sec 1||Sec 2||Sec 3||Sec 4||Sec 5|
Track and Field
Physical Health & Fitness
|Term 3 & 4||
|Volleyball||Games Innovation||Mini Tennis|
By the end of Secondary 4/5, students will be exposed to at least 7 Games Modules, with at least 1 Module from each category of Net-Barrier, Striking-Fielding and Territorial-Invasion.
PE Pedagogy and Teaching Models
|Games Concept Approach
Focuses on teaching the underlying tactics of games and the necessary performance skills
Provides students with the authentic sport experiences in PE setting
|Direct and Indirect Instructions
Enables teachers to control the learning process with the learners
Consists of Peer Assessment and Skills Checklist (e.g. use of Plickers, Games Performance Assessment Instrument, PE apps)
Students will receive a PE grade at the end of the year, based on their participation in the 3 main learning areas.
Team Members/Dept Teachers
Head of Department : Mr Janarthanam s/o Subramaniam
|Mr Zeng Hengguang (SH/PE) Int
Mr Loke Cheok Meng, Shamen (YH)
Mr Rajakumar Raghaven (HOD SM)
Mr Calvin Tan (AYH)
Mdm Suhartini Bte Masod