Head of Department (Physical Education & Co-Curricular Activities)
Mr Lee Kah Onn
Subject Head (Physical Education & Sports)
Mr Joe So
Subject Head (Co-Curricular Activities)
Mr How Choon Keat
Senior Teacher (Physical & Outdoor Education)
Mr Yip Kwan Guan
Ms Neo Shu Mei
Mr Syaifudean Selamat
Mr Yaw Kah Weng
- Physical Education (Secondary 1 to 5)
- Exercise and Sports Science (GCE O-Level Elective Subject)
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)
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|Secondary 3:||Secondary 4:|
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).
2. Coursework component which consists of 60% of overall grade where candidates learn the following physical activities.
Exercise and Sports Science
- Exercise and Sports Science
- Acquire and apply the knowledge in exercise physiology, biomechanics, and sports psychology to analyse, evaluate and improve practical performances in physical exercises and sports;
- Develop the movement concepts and motor skills needed to be proficient in the performance of a team and an individual / dual1 sport;
- Understand the benefits and risks associated with physical exercise and sports to manage personal participation in physical activities; and
- Examine issues related to sports and participation in physical activities from socio-cultural and global perspectives.
- Theory Component (40%)
- Practical Component (60%)
- One Individual/ Dual Sport such as track & field, cross country running or badminton (singles/doubles) AND
- One Team Sport such as Netball, Basketball, Hockey, Volleyball
|2019 Inter-Class games Results|
|Secondary 4 & 5|
|Boys (Soccer)||Girls (Netball)|
|3E5||3E5 & 3T1|
|Secondary 4 girls battling it out at Netball||Secondary 4 boys trying to get a goal for their class|
|Winner of the Secondary 3 inter class games for girls||Winner of the Secondary 2 inter class games for boys|
|Secondary 1 badminton champions - 1E1|
Lower Secondary Boys
Lower Secondary Girls
Lower Secondary Challenge Shield
Ng Hui Ying
Upper Sec Boys
Upper Sec Girls
Upper Secondary Challenge Shield
Satishwaran S/O Lingam Kumar
SG Marathoner Jasmine Goh motivating students of JWSS for a good run.||Mr Huzaini motivating his form class in the Relay Race, one of the lead up event before the 9th JWSS Annual Cross Country Meet|
off to a good start for the day!||Our
Upper Secondary students having their last attempt to break the school record!|
The Lower Secondary Challenge Shield goes to 2E3!
|Students attempting to complete the obstacles||Students attempting to complete the obstacles|
|Secondary 2 students starting their 100m race||Secondary 4/5 100m boys winners with PSG president Mdm Gena Chen|
|Secondary 4/5 4X100m relay winners with Mr Michael||Winners of the teachers' race|
Two Cohort start their camp by pitching up their tents||Aspiring
Master Chefs in the making figuring out their menu for Outdoor Cooking |
must have confidence in themselves to cross the bridge they built||Our
students showing their entrepreneurial skills, convincing the facilitator the
special traits of their pioneering project|
above self, students take turn to serve each other meals during the camp||Braving
new heights was one of the activities our Secondary Two cohort has to overcome
using their abseiling techniques|
me to safety with the Tarzan Swing!||What other way to end a camp other than a Campfire Night!|
On 25 March 2019, the Secondary 3 cohort embarked on their Secondary 3 MOE-Outward Bound School camp held at Outward Bound School. The camp was conducted with students from Choa Chu Kang Secondary School and Maris Stella High School for a 5 Days – 4 Night Programme.During the Camp, students were engaged in a series of fun and exciting activities such as kayaking, hiking, High Ropes courses as well as outdoor cooking. Through the activities, students built their self-confidence and resilience as they stepped outside their comfort zone. At the same time, JWSS students also had an opportunity to meet new friends from other schools and background.
Students conquering the rock wall
Working together to prepare for a meal
Students setting off for a hike
Setting sail on a new adventure
|Morning briefing before the kayaking expedition|
As a Lead Up to the event, a series of activities were planned to find the fittest boy and girl in JWSS through the Beep Test and Cooper Test. We were also graced by the presence of Mr C Kunalan who came to JWSS to share and inspire our students with his stories.
|Mr C Kunalan giving his speech to motivate students prior to the event.||Teachers of JWSS preparing for their Fun Run|
|Winners of JWSS Annual Cross Country Meet 2018||Wee Yan of 2E1 finishing his race in style by breaking the Lower Secondary Boys record!|
Annual Sports Day
The JWSS Annual Sports & Games Day was held at Clementi Sports Stadium. The atmosphere was electric as students competed to see which class would emerge as the Level Champion. The stadium was painted in a sea of colours as students came dressed in their respective class T-shirts, while the class banners adorned the spectator stands. Students were competing in a series of track events comprising of the 100m, 200m, 300m, 400m and 4x100m relay races. A total of 3 new records were set in the 100m Boys race, 4x100m Boys relay, and 200m Girls race. The JWSS Spartan Race made a return this year with 4 obstacles namely, the hurdles challenge, skipping, farmer’s walk and tyre run.
The successful completion of the Annual Sports & Games Day saw staff and students competing against each other in the spirit of sportsmanship. The JWSS PE Department looks forward to the continued support of everyone at our next event.
click here for more exciting photos of the event.
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.
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.