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PE Department

PE Teachers   :   Mr Yusri Ahmat (Senior Teacher) - yusri_ahmat@moe.edu.sg                                      (ext no : 125)
                         Mr Henry Wong (Subject Head)    - wong_sai_yin_henry@moe.edu.sg                          (ext no : 123)
                         Mr Mohamed Noorhisham            - mohamad_noorhisham_mohd_no@moe.edu.sg        (ext no : 138)
                         Mr Vincent Wong                        - wong_boon_leong_vincent@moe.edu.sg                 (ext no : 124)
                         Mr Leon Lee                               - lee_kok_how_leon@moe.edu.sg                             (ext no : 136)
                         Mr Firzan (AED / PE)                   - muhammad_firzan_fakir@moe.edu.sg                    (ext no : 186)

                         Ms Nurhidayu (SPE)                     - nurhidayu_nordin@moe.edu.sg                               (ext no : 277)


Department ProgrammesPE Syllabus
♥ PE Curriculum
♥ PE Assessment
♥ NAPFA Test
♥ PE Calender of Events
        ° 'Play Programme'
        ° Cross Country
        ° Sports Day
        ° Sports Climbing
        ° Games Carnival
LevelSec 1Sec 2Sec 3Sec 4/5
PE Topics

Physical, Health and Fitness

Outdoor Education

Sports Skills
(Sem 1)
Track & FieldTrack & FieldModified GamesSoftball
Sports Module
(Sem 2) 
 VolleyballUltimate FrisbeeFootballSoftball 

Teaching Approach in Game

PE Curriculum
The aim of the PE programme is to develop the physical, cognitive and affective domains of students through physical activity. The PE curriculum seeks:

1. to enhance student appreciation of sports through a variety of Territorial Invasion Games, Net / Wall Games and Striking / Fielding Games.

2. to guide students to plan and design personal fitness programme to improve their overall fitness.

3.to cultivate sportsmanship, leadership and teamwork in students.

4. to develop in students the interest, discipline and motivation to actively participate in physical activities.

5. to develop resilience in students through participation in sports and games.


PE Assessment
It is important that students enjoy their PE lessons, benefit from them and experience success through active participation. It is also essential that students have positive PE experiences that motivate them and equip them with the necessary knowledge and skills to pursue physically active and healthy lifestyles.

At the end of the year, students are awarded a PE Grade as a gauge of their performances in the following categories:

1. Application of Sport Skills

2. NAPFA (Level of Fitness)

3. Character Attitude through Sports

Grading Scale for PE Assessment
AAt least CCA standard
BAble to play & enjoy a recreational modified game.
CAttempts to execute the skills needed to play a recreational modified game.
D       Shows little effort to play the game.

National Physical Fitness Award (NAPFA)

The NAPFA is a standardised assessment to evaluate the overall physical fitness of students.  To attain a NAPFA award, a student must pass all six test items with at least an E grade for each test item.

NAPFA Standard

Award Requirements
AwardMinimum Scores
GoldAt least a C grade performance in all 6 test items and a total of 21 or more points.
 SilverAt least a D grade performance in all 6 test items and a total of 15 or more points.       
 Bronze      At least an E grade performance in all 6 test items and a total of 6 or more points. 

The NAPFA test is conducted annually in May & July and the six test items are as follows:




(6) 2.4 km Run

- minimum time on firm and level surface over a distance of 2.4km


TermActivity / EventTiming
1Level Run

Cross Country
Tuesdays - Fridays
2.30pm  - 4.30 pm 

Play Programme

Sports Day


Tuesdays & Thursdays
2.30 pm - 4.30 pm


May (July - Retests)
Play Programme

Tuesdays & Thursdays
2.30 pm - 4.30 pm
Play Programme

Games Carnival

Tuesdays & Thursdays
2.30 pm - 4.30 pm


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