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A healthy mind and a healthy body through a healthy lifestyle 


To equip pupils with knowledge on social, mental and physical skills and values to embrace a healthy lifestyle 

Physical Education Objectives 

To enable our students to demonstrate individually and with others the physical skills, practices, and values to enjoy a lifetime of active, healthy living.

The physical education programme provides a range of movement experiences to develop students’ overall development. The purpose is to help all students develop a foundation for an active life. The lower primary level focuses on mastery of fundamental motor skills such as locomotor, non-locomotor and manipulative skills with application of movement concepts to develop efficiency, effectiveness and versatility in students’ performance. Once the foundation is laid, the upper primary level extends on the mastery of discrete skills to focus on more complex combinations and sequences of movements, and skills application in more recognisable forms of activity and games.


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.

The 7 learning areas that students experience in physical education:

  •         Athletics (from Primary 3)
  • ·      Dance
  • ·      Games and Sports
  • ·      Gymnastics
  • ·      Outdoor Education
  • ·      Physical Health and Fitness
  • ·      Swimming (by the end of P6)

Highlights of some programmes:

Program for Active Learning (PAL)

The school is carrying out activities for P1 and P2 which focus on the four domains of PAL, Performing Arts, Visual Art, Sports and Games and Outdoor Education. The PE Department looks into Sports and Games and Outdoor Education while the Aesthetics Department looks into the Performing Arts and Visual Arts. Conducted during curriculum hours, PAL focuses on three learning outcomes: Curiosity, Confidence and Cooperation.

Sports and Games


Annual Sports Day 2017

One of the events that our P3 to P6 pupils look forward to is the Annual Sports Day held at Yishun Sports Stadium. Practising hard during the House Practice and participating at the Sports Day has been rather memorable for many of our pupils. Besides the track events, pupils are also involved in cheerleading and banner-making displaying great teamwork, sportsmanship and true grit. For our non-competitors, our collaboration with Sports SG provides them with opportunities to participate in a non-competitive manner in relays organised by staff from Sports SG at the field. The Staff and Parent Race add to the overall excitement of this event.

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P3 SwimSafer Programme

The objective of this programme is to develop important life skills such as water confidence and water safety in our P3 pupils. The swimming sessions are conducted by qualified swimming instructors at Yishun Swimming Complex


The 3-days 2-nights P5 Camp INSPIRE was conducted from 29 Jan to 31 Jan 2018 at the Jalan Bahtera MOE Outdoor Adventure Learning Centre.


The objectives of the camp were as follows.

Pupils should be able to:

  • ·         Demonstrate the schools’ values of I.N.S.P.I.R.E.
  • ·         Develop self-reliance and explore ways to respond to challenges
  • ·         Work with others in a group
  • ·         Develop a lively curiosity about the outdoors
  • ·        Apply the outdoor skills of simple navigation, packing and meal preparation in an outdoor environment.      


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Rules of Sports Safety

  1. Screening
    Check the well-being of yourself before any activity. Ignoring the signs of unwell will put unnecessary strain on the body and the body will take more time to recover. 

  2. Adequate Hydration
    Enough fluid should be consumed to avoid dehydration.Hence, ensure you have a bottle of water to consume before, during and after any physical activity.

  3. Fairplay and Injury Prevention
    Understanding the rules of the game and engaging in fair play will reduce the risk of injuring yourself or others. Ensure proper warm up is done before any physical activity.

  4. Environment
    Ensure the environment is safe before carrying out any activity. Seek for shelter immediately if there is lightning.