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Physical Education

Teaching Staff

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Head of Department (Physical Education & Co-Curricular Activities)
Mr Lee Kah Onn
 
Subject Head (Physical Education & Sports)
Mr Joe So
 
Senior Teacher (Physical & Outdoor Education)
Mr Yip Kwan Guan
 
 
Mr Goh Kok Wai
 
Ms Neo Shu Mei
 
Mr Syaifudean Selamat
 
Mr Yaw Kah Weng

Overview




Subjects Offered

      • Physical Education (Secondary 1 to 5)
      • Physical Education (O-Level Elective)

Curriculum

'Healthy Body healthy Mind'

Goals of Physical Education


The purpose of physical education (PE) is to enable students to demonstrate individually and with others, the physical skills, practices and values to enjoy a lifetime of active healthy living. There are 6 goals of PE which interact with others goals in a well-planned programme that addresses the knowledge, skills and values desired for every student. Physical education seeks to develop in each student the ability to:

Goal 1 : Acquire a range of movement 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 behaviour 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.


Curriculum Outline (Secondary 1 to 5)

Secondary 1:
    • Games component: Gymnastics and badminton
    • Track and Field: Sprinting
    • Outdoor Education: Orienteering and map reading
Secondary 2:
    • Games component: Handball and basketball
    • Track and Field: Long jump
    • Outdoor Education: Rope skills
    • NAPFA Test
Secondary 3:
    • Games component: Touch rugby, netball and tchoukball
    • Track and Field: Relay
    • PHF: Strength and conditioning, running, SBJ and pull up
Secondary 4:
    • Games component: Softball and mini tennis
    • Track and Field: JavelinNAPFA Test
Secondary 5:
    • Games component: Floorball
    • Track and Field: High jump
    • NAPFA Test














Curriculum Outline (O-Level Elective)

The PE O-Level Elective subject is open for Secondary 3 Express and Secondary 3 NA students to pursue as an elective subject and offer at the GCE O-Levels (until 2018 examination). 

The subject consists of 2 components
1. Theory component and Coursework componentTheory Component which consists of 40% of overall grade covers topics from the following domains.
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T & L Framework

The PE Curriculum aims to develop our students across 3 domains of Physical Activities, Outdoor Education, Physical Health and Fitness. As students progress through the secondary school levels, they build on their foundation and apply their knowledge and skills in authentic settings through PE lessons, Outdoor Camps, Sports Events and Inter Class Competitions.


PE Curriculum Framework

Programme

2017 Activities


Annual Cross Country (21st July 2017)

Our school held its 7th Annual Cross Country at Japanese Garden on 21st July 2017 with 1,200 students, teachers and parents support group taking part in the event. This year, the boys’ route was a 4.4km course while the girls competed along a 3.3km course and not forgetting the teachers and parents support group who completed a 1.3 km course as well. The list below shows our winners of JWSS Cross Country meet 2017:

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Annual Sports Day (24th March 2017)

The atmosphere at Clementi Sports Stadium was exhilarating as shouts of excitement and rhythmic cheering echoed throughout the venue on the morning of 24 March 2017. Decked in their colourful class tee shirts, JWSS athletes were all geared up to represent their classes to compete in track events, which comprised of 100m, 200m, 300m, 400m and 4x100m relay. To promote the competitive spirit and encourage more students to participate in the festivities, JWSS introduced its first ever Spartan Race. The participants braved through four obstacles namely the farmer’s walk, parachute running, skipping and flipping tyres spread across 400m. 

JWSS Staff and students came together as one as we competed against in the spirit of friendly competition. With three new individual records set and two team records broken, the day proved to be a day of remarkable athletic excellence which also showcased youthful energy, spirit of fair play and fervent teamwork.
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Secondary Three Level Camp (9th - 11th January 2017)

This year, the Secondary 3 Level Camp was conducted at Jalan Bathera’s Outdoor Adventure Learning Centres from 9 – 11 January 2017. It was a great opportunity for the Secondary 3 students to bond with their new class-mates, as well as their Form Teachers. More than 230 students took part in various activities such as rock climbing, abseiling, and the high ropes course. The camp concluded with a evening camp fire which was attended by our Principal, Vice Principals and Year Heads where each class put up performances such as songs, dances and skits to engage and entertain our esteemed guests.

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2016 Activities

Secondary 2: 3D2N Local Camp ( 25 -27 February)

The Sec 2 students took part in activities like High Ropes, Kayaking and orienteering around Sembawang Park.

Secondary 3: 3D2N Overseas Camp ( 25-27 February)

The 3D2N Sec 3 Level Camp was held at the Kota Tinggi Rainforest Resort.  The students took part in activities like rock wall climbing, abseiling and trekking expedition to a waterfall.

 

Cross Country

Our school held its 6th Annual Cross Country on at Chinese Garden on 24th July 2015 with 1,200 students and teachers taking part in the event. This year, the boys’ route was a 4.8km course while the girls competed along a 3.6km course.