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PE, CCA & Aesthetics
Our Department Photo
(From left to right)
Row 1: Mr Idham Ashiblie, Ms Chua Lean Woon, Mdm Wong Yu Ling, Mdm Goh Shu Hui, Ms Khairunnisa and Mr Muhammad Izree.
Row 2: Mr Chong Wen Qian, Mdm Lena Lee, Mrs Doreen Foo and Mr Raphael Yeong.
Absent with apologies: Mrs Joyce Won.
|Head of Department||Mr Idham Anis Ashiblie|
|Subject Head (HE/CCA) (Covering)||Mr Muhammad Izree|
|Subject Head (Aesthetics) (Covering)||Mdm Wong Yu Ling|
|Members||Mr Yeong Cheng Yue|
|Mr Chong Wen Qian|
|Mdm Lee LW Lena|
|Mdm Joyce Goh YL|
|Mr Teo Wai Chin|
|Mr Heah Yong Chian|
|Miss Chua Lean Woon|
|Ms Goh Shu Hui|
|Every student to make a mark in the areas of Sports, Outdoor Education and the Arts.|
|● To equip every student with the knowledge, skills and attitude to lead a healthy lifestyle and develop an appreciation for the arts.|
Our 3 Key Programmes
P4 Art Museum-based Learning (April 2018)
The Museum-based Learning (MBL) experience was designed to provide the breadth and depth of learning local art as part of all primary 4 students’ core learning experience in the art curriculum.
The museum, being a custodian of culture & heritage, presents an authentic context for the learning of local art as part of students’ understanding of Singapore’s heritage. The whole learning experience comprised a pre-visit lesson in class, the actual learning journey to the Singapore Art Museum followed by a post-visit lesson in school where students got to express and showcase their art experience.
The visit to the museum also presented our students with the opportunity to learn about what an art museum is, the history of its architecture, the museum etiquette and the roles of the various personnel taking care of the museum. Students also got to demonstrate appropriate interpersonal skills to build positive relationships with their classmates and teachers.
P5 Outdoor Adventure Camp (9-11 July 2018)
The highly anticipated P5 Adventure Camp at Dairy Farm Outdoor Adventure Learning Centre was a huge success.
The highlights of the camp were the high tower challenge circuit, rock wall climbing, abseiling and a hike to the nearby quarries. Other activities organised for the students included the low elements, longkang fishing, night walk and mini campfire.
Through the challenging outdoor experiences during camp, our students forged camaraderie, learnt to be more independent and developed ruggedness and resilience.
They also developed leadership skills such as effective communication, responsible decision-making and working cohesively as a team. Our P5 students truly enjoyed the outdoor camp experience.
Olympic Festival (27 July 2018)
Blessed with good weather, our annual Olympic Festival went ahead as planned. The aim of the Olympic Festival was to provide opportunities for class bonding as all P3-6 students participated in inter-class competitions across the levels.
As many as 13 athletic events with a focus on speed, agility, endurance and power were organised for our students. Although some students left the festival without a medal, they understood that winning was not everything and clearly showcased the Olympic spirit of putting in their best effort and demonstrating sportsmanship behaviour.
The Olympic Festival also promoted the importance of regular exercise and participation in sports to keep fit as part of adopting a healthy lifestyle. It was an eventful and enriching experience for our students.