⋅ Territorial / Invasion Games - TAG Rugby
⋅ Personal Challenge - Track & Field (sprints, starts, relays, hurdles, jumps, throws)
⋅ Personal Challenge - Swimming (Learn to swim for non-swimmers; Aquapak lifesaving certification)
⋅ Personal Challenge - Educational Gymnastics (rolls, balances, leaps & landing, vaulting, simple floor routine)
⋅ Fitness Management (Infused) - Warm-up; Stretching exercises; Resistance exercises; taking pulse rate; walk test; run test
⋅ Net Games - Badminton
⋅ Territorial / Invasion Games - 7-a-side Rugby
⋅ Striking / Fielding Games - Softball / Cricket
⋅ Personal Challenge - Swimming (National Survival Swimming Bronze Award, Waterpolo)
⋅ Fitness Management (Infused) - FITT principle; Monitoring Exercise Heart Rate; Circuit Training; Outdoor Fitness Stations; weights room usage
⋅ Net Games - Volleyball
⋅ Territorial / Invasion Games - Hockey / Floorball
⋅ Territorial / Invasion Games - Basketball / Handball
⋅ Personal Challenge - Swimming (National Survival Swimming Silver Award, Waterpolo)
⋅ Fitness Management (Infused) - Fitness Training Principles; Strength Training; Interval Training; Endurance Training
⋅ Net Games - Tennis
⋅ Territorial / Invasion Games - Soccer
⋅ Personal Challenge - Sports Climbing (Bouldering, Spotting, Belaying, Climbing Technique, Top Rope Climbing, Competition Climb)
⋅ Group Work - Inventing Games
Year 5 and 6
Year 5 Students will have the opportunity to be involved in at least one of the following games – Badminton, Basketball, Floorball, Netball, Soccer, Ultimate Frisbee. They may also participate in one of the Special Sports Elective Programme which in previous years have included sport and games such as Archery, Aikido, Capoeira, Dance, Fitness Management, Handball, Padded Weaponry, Lacrosse, Pilates and, Yoga.
Year 6 Students will have the opportunity to be involved in at least one of the following games – American Football, Handball, Lacrosse, Soccer, Touch/Tag Rugby, Table tennis, Tchoukball, Tennis or Volleyball.
Over the two years, students will also complete modules such as – Principles of Training; Weights Room Safety and Use; Nutrition; Body Image & Weight Management; Use of Technology in Exercise –the use of Heart Rate Monitors during Exercise/Sport training.
As part of the MOE requirements, all healthy students are also required to complete the annual National Physical Fitness Award Test (NAPFA).
For information about sports safety and injury prevention, visit the Singapore Sports Council's Sports Safety web page.