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Physical Education

  • Curriculum Aims

    • To develop motor and sports skills and acquire knowledge through physical activity, and cultivate positive values and attitudes for the development of a habit of doing exercises;

    • To acquire good health, physical fitness and body co-ordination through leading an active and healthy lifestyle;

    • To promote desirable moral behaviour, co-operation in communal life, ability to make decisions and appreciation of aesthetic movements; and

    • To become responsible citizens who contribute to the building of an active and healthy community.

  • Curriculum Framework

    • There are six strands in the PE curriculum framework which covers motor and sports skills, health and fitness, sports-related values and attitudes, knowledge and practice of safety, and knowledge of movement and aesthetic sensitivity. The learning focus of each strand is as follows:

      • Motor and Sports Skills

        • To acquire locomotor, body co-ordination and object manipulative skills in a wide range of physical activities for fun and performance

      • Health and Fitness

        • To ascertain how physical activity is related to good health; and to learn the basics of planning, implementing and evaluating individualised workout plans

      • Sports-related Values and Attitudes

        • To understand the meaning of sports competition and develop positive values and attitudes​

      • Knowledge and Practice of Safety

        • ​To learn risk management; and to implement measures to prevent sports injuries

      • Knowledge of Movement

        • To construct a knowledge base for fun, performance and the organisation of physical activities

      • Aesthetic Sensitivity

        • ​To understand the meaning of beauty; and to strengthen the capability of giving comments on physical performance​

  • Curriculum Outline

  • Junior Secondary

  • Senior Secondary

  • Study Approaches/Strategies

    • Through different learning strategies such as cooperative learning and accommodating individual differences, students are trained to develop the spirit of teamwork and mutual appreciation.

    • Inter-class competitions are conducted to provide students with opportunities to learn sports skills actively.

    • Off-campus resources are deployed to facilitate the development of physical education.

  • Assessment

  • Junior Secondary

  • Senior Secondary

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