Physical Education (PE)
|Mr Calvin Tan (HOD PE/CCA)||Mr Elamaran (SH/Discipline)|
|Mr Keynes Lee (ADM & SH/PE)||Mrs Susan Pang|
|Mr Ryan Goh||Miss Hasyimah (SPE)|
To equip students with the physical capacity, knowledge, motor skills, positive values and desirable social attitudes to lead a healthy lifestyle.
Curriculum & Pedagogy
“Move to live, Live to Move”
~ Physical Education and Sports Teacher Academy (PESTA)
At Bukit View Secondary, the Physical Education (PE) Department believes that a physically fit student is also a mentally fit student. Our PE programme aims to enable students to learn through movement and acquire a range of motor skills as well as develop the aptitudes and attitudes to maintain a healthy lifestyle for life.
The programme is crafted to ensure that each and every child develop a broad and deep foundation for his lifelong journey in sports as well as physical health and fitness. Outdoor education and physical health and fitness are infused into its programmes so that students’ will gain a holistic experience in terms of Breadth, Depth and Length.
“Six different physical activities, Outdoor Education and physical health and fitness”
“Students to acquire knowledge, skills and values to live active and healthy lives during and after they leave Bukit View.”
“Through our PE programme, we want students to enjoy and value the benefits of living a physically active and healthy life even when they leave school.”
Students are given the exposure to three main categories of sports below. This is to allow students to build a strong foundation for the development of broad-based physical competencies and opportunities for recreational participation.
Territorial invasion – Basketball, Football, Touch Rugby, Handball and Ultimate Frisbee
Net Barrier – Badminton and Volleyball
Striking & fielding – Softball
|Term||Sec 1||Sec 2||Sec 3||Sec 4||Sec 5|
Explanation and Elaboration
Learning outcomes and lesson objectives are formulated without limiting students’ movement actions.
Engagement and Elaboration
Structured activities in authentic settings are designed to engage the students to achieve lessons objectives. More challenging tasks are included to stretch students’ abilities.
Formative and summative feedback are provided to enhance reflection on students’ performance and promote their autonomy for self-directed learning.
Enrichment Programmes & Activities
|Annual Cross Country 2018||Sec 3 Adventure Camp||Sec 2 Level Camp|
NAPFA Test – Sec 2, 4 and 5 students