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Physical (Health) Education

The purpose of physical education is to enable students to demonstrate individually and with others the physical skills, practices and values to enjoy a lifetime of active, healthy living.  

The school’s PE programme seeks to develop the ability in each student 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 the spirit of fair play, teamwork and sportsmanship

Key Programmes

star.gif Health and Wellness Programme 

The programme aims to promote a healthy and active lifestyle among all students. Assembly talks on Physical Health Education, sports safety and nutrition are usually conducted in the beginning of the year to create the awareness of the important of healthy living, Physical and Health programmes are organized throughout the year in the promotion of active and healthy lifestyles.

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star.gifOutdoor Education Programme 

Outdoor Education equips students with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to explore the natural and urban environments safely and responsibly. Students develop appropriate outdoor skills through physical activities while cultivating an attitude of care and appreciation for the environment, and thoughtful consideration of risks and safety of self and others.

Primary 1 and Primary 2

Students will learn on navigation skills (to move confidently across a variety of ground surfaces in a familiar environment). They learn to recognize hazards within the school grounds that may cause harm to self and others, that is wet surfaces. The students learn to identify positions of landmarks in the school using their senses and pictorial charts.

Primary 3 and Primary 4

Students made use of their senses to be comfortable as they explore familiar grounds. Primary 3 students will have a day camp where they will be familiarized with the camp facilities & activities (for example at Dairy Farm Adventure Centre).

At Primary 4, all pupils are taken out of the classrooms for a comprehensive 3 Day 2 Night Outdoor Camp experience. At the camp, not only important life skills are learnt, pupils’ self-confidence and resilience are also developed.  

Primary 5 and Primary 6

At Primary 5 and Primary 6, the pupils participate in Kayaking and Trekking programmes respectively. This is where teamwork and communication skills are essential as they work with their peers to complete the task at hand.