|Mr Ong Chin Ming
||HOD Physical Education & CCA
|Mr Mohammad Zahed
||HOD School Staff Developer
|Mr Ng Thiam Hock||HOD Student Support
|Mr Damon Chu
|Mr Alvin Goh||Teacherfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mr Joshua Leong||Teacheremail@example.com|
|Ms Amalina||Teacher (AED)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ms Jenny Seng||SPEemail@example.com|
Purpose of Physical Education
- To enable students to demonstrate individually and with others, the physical skills, practices and values to enjoy a lifetime of active, healthy living.
- The secondary physical education programme aims to develop Confident Participants with positive self-efficacy who values the need for sustainability in an active, healthy lifestyle.
Learning in Movement (Hands):
- To acquire a range of skills through participation in regular and varied physical education experiences.
Learning through Movement (Head & Heart):
- To transfer knowledge to additional skills while continuing to refine existing ones as self-directed and independent learners.
- To take responsibility for their own learning towards improved performance.
- To develop respect of self and others and also a sense of responsibility towards their own well-being and their peers.
Learning about Movement (Head & Hands):
- To plan, monitor and assess their physical fitness status.
- To enjoy and value benefits of daily physical activities.
Physical Education Framework
Our PE syllabus is organised to achieve the goals of PE based on the framework below. At the apex is the purpose of PE, achieved through the seven learning areas to produce competent movers, confident participants and committed advocates.
Learning in affective areas and competencies for the 21st century are both the outcomes and enablers for the learning of physical education. Through a balanced and well-designed curriculum, delivered through effective pedagogies and purposeful assessment, students will acquire the knowledge, skills and values to pursue active and healthy lives.
SGSS PE Syllabus
SGSS PE Syllabus focus on the movement skills, knowledge and values components of physical education. It targets the three different domains (psychomotor, cognitive and affective) through three learning areas of Physical Health and Fitness (PHF), Outdoor Education (OE) and Sports & Games (PA). They develop their mature performance so that they become confident participants by the time they leave secondary school.
|Sec One PHF
Sec Two PHF/
|Sec Three PHF
Sec One OE/
Sec Two OE/
Sec Three OE/
(Sports & Games)
|Basketball & Floorball||Badminton & Football||Softball, Touch
|Mini Tennis &
|Swim Safer 2.0
SGSS Weight Management Programme
- To educate students on how to eat healthy through nutrition talks
- To encourage students to exercise regularly by providing opportunity for students to participate in different types of sports and activities
- The programme is conducted every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 7.30 am to 8 am. The lower secondary and upper secondary school overweight students will be led by our sports leaders and PE teachers respectively to participate in morning physical activities. Besides engaging the students through physical exercises, the students are also taught health education and nutrition in order to be equipped with knowledge and skills to lead a healthy lifestyle.