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Physical Education

HOD


Mr Steven Su Jee Yee

SH/LH


Mrs Lena Tiu (Subject Head/CCA)
Mr Alvin Yeo (IC/Discipline Comm)

Members


Mdm Noelle Tan 
Mr Jastinian Tan
Nadiah Bte Murad (School Programme Executive)

Overview

Our holistic PE curriculum enables our students to demonstrate individually and with others the physical skills, practices, and values to enjoy a lifetime of active, healthy living.

The approach that the PE department take to develop an active and healthy Bedok Viewean is to engage and motivate our students with:

  1. Mastery - By developing our students’ psychomotor skills and capabilities with a sense of progress. (Psychomotor domain)

  2. Autonomy - By giving meaningful feedback, choice over how to do things, and encouragement to help our students make self-directed progress. (Affective domain)

  3. Purpose - By inspiring our students to meet learning outcomes and maintain a healthy lifestyle with sustainable progress and resilience. (Cognitive domain)

Physical Education Curriculum in Bedok View

We have included Outdoor Education to develop a sense of adventure through the exploration of both natural and urban environments from their immediate surroundings to other unfamiliar locations in our students. Physical activities are promoted as students develop appropriate outdoor skills while cultivating an attitude of care and appreciation for the environment and thoughtful consideration of the risks and safety of self and others. 

Through the Physical Health & Fitness component in the PE curriculum, we make meaningful connections between health concepts and practical applications through experiential learning. Our focus is on developing our students to be self-directed learners who see meaning in their sustained physical endeavours, and accept responsibility for personal health and fitness. During the lessons, our students will learn to evaluate their lifestyle and adapt their participation in physical activities at different stages of their lives, and how living active and healthy lives is connected with the world around them and the health of others. 

For each level, we have different game modules as part of our PE curriculum. Progressive game skills and concepts are taught through different pedagogical approaches and strategies to cater to the different learning needs of our students. We have included skills assessment and online theory assessment at the end of each game module, so as to motivate them intrinsically by giving them autonomy, mastery and purpose in their learning to achieve the goals in PE.

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 behavior 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.

Programmes


Inter-Class Games

The department has integrated Sec 4 & 5 Frisbee inter-class game into the level camp. In semester one, the Sec 1 Netball and Sec 3 Floorball inter-class games were played during post-exam period in May. In semester two, the Sec 1 Football, Sec 2 Basketball and Sec 3 Volleyball inter-class games were played during post-exam period in October. 

We have included a sportsmanship award for each competition to recognise the positive sportsmanship and inclusiveness that are demonstrated by our students. We are very encouraged by the high participation rate for the inter-class games at all levels.


Bedok View Cross Country

The PE department has organized the Bedok View Cross Country on 8th August. This event aimed to give students an opportunity to engage in a healthy lifestyle through running together around the scenic routes of our National Park. All staff and students from Sec 1 to 5 have taken part in either the competitive cross country event or the fun run.