PE Curriculum Framework
Our Physical Education teachers consciously make use of movement as the primary medium to reach and teach the whole child through the following three modes:
- Education in movement
- Education through movement
- Education about movement
Students in the lower primary will be exposed to fundamental motor skills through the Movement Education. A variety of basic locomotor, non-locomotor and manipulative skills will be built up through varied fun experiences in educational gymnastics, dance, and sports & games.
Through the PE programme, we aim to develop our students’ fundamental movement and games skills, and equip them with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to enjoy a lifetime of active and healthy living.
The 6-year PE Programme is presented below.
In Kranji, a whole-school approach is adopted in promoting health and skill-related fitness complemented by interactive assembly talks, skits and exhibitions. Apart from school-based health and skill-related fitness practices that value-add to our PE curriculum, opportunities are given to students to apply their learning and experience of Physical Education through sporting events that are inclusive and promote mass participation. Broad-based and interest-specific experiences are embedded with character development opportunities as we strive to educate and encourage students to pursue an active and healthy lifestyle. These are presented through the school’s signature Learning for Life Programme “Developing Champions in Life through Sports”.
Level Programmes (Learning Areas)
Dancing in unison
Games & Sports
Run to space, if not I cannot pass the ball!
Getting ready to take a shot!
Part of my sequence is to do a one-point balance