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Physical Education

Physical Education

Mission

To develop Montfortians into healthy, rugged and resilient sportsman with good sportsmanship values such as Fair Play and Olympic values of Excellence, Friendship and Respect.

Our Team

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Head of DepartmentMr Faizan Muhamad Nor

TeacherMr Danny Ng

TeacherMr Wong Teck Piaw

TeacherMr Benjamin Fong

TeacherMr Ronald Yapp

TeacherMr Adam Yeo

TeacherMr Tan Eng Hwee

TeacherMr Ricky Tan

TeacherMr Kannan

Instructional Programme

The Physical Education (PE) curriculum provides for a positive movement and healthy lifestyle experience and allows our students to develop the above values.

PE enables students to demonstrate individually and with others the physical skills, practices, and values to enjoy a lifetime of active, healthy living.

PE develops in students:

  • A range of skills through participation in regular and varied physical education experiences. These skills enable students to enjoy movement, discover interests, and achieve personal goals related to participation in physical activity.
  • Competency in movement. This provides the foundation for continual skill acquisition and facilitates future successful participation in physical activity resulting from changing life patterns.

Participation in the twice-weekly PE lessons and Inter-House Games Festival such as 7-aside football and 3-on-3 basketball teaches students the Olympic values of friendship, respect and excellence while engaging in their sporting interests. The learning of at least six different physical activities such as Softball, Badminton, Football, Basketball, Swimming, Tae-Kwon-Do, Running, Dance and Creative Games provides the opportunity for our boys to play some of these sports as a recreation beyond their school years, enabling them to pursue these sports as their life-long interest.

Secondary 1

Game/ Sport Psychomotor Benefits
• Softball (Sem 1) (Striking/ Fielding) • Hand-Eye Coordination

• Agility

• Body Strengthening

• Taekwondo (Sem 1) • Agility

• Balance

• Flexibility

• Swimming (Sem 2) • Coordination

• Cardiovascular Benefits

• Flexibility

• Outdoor Education • Agility

• Balance

• Cardiovascular Benefits

• Physical Health Fitness • Coordination

• Cardiovascular Benefits

• Body Strengthening

Secondary 2

Game/ Sport Psychomotor Benefits
• Badminton (Sem 1) (Net/ Barrier) • Hand-Eye Coordination

• Agility

• Balance

• Handball (Sem 2) (Territorial Invasion) • Agility

• Coordination

• Cardiovascular Benefits

• Dance (Sem 2) • Rhythm

• Locomotor Movement

• Non-Locomotor Movement

• NAPFA Testing • Agility

• Flexibility

• Balance

• Cardiovascular Benefits

• Outdoor Education • Agility

• Balance

• Cardiovascular Benefits

• Physical Health Fitness (Running Module) • Coordination

• Cardiovascular Benefits

• Body Strengthening

Secondary 3

Game/ Sport Psychomotor Benefits
• Football (Sem 1) (Territorial Invasion) • Agility

• Balance

• Cardiovascular Benefits

• Basketball (Sem 2) (Territorial Invasion) • Agility

• Coordination

• Cardiovascular Benefits

• NAPFA Testing • Agility

• Flexibility

• Balance

• Cardiovascular Benefits

• Outdoor Education • Agility

• Balance

• Cardiovascular Benefits

• Physical Health Fitness (Running Module) • Coordination

• Cardiovascular Benefits

• Body Strengthening

Secondary 4

Game/ Sport Psychomotor Benefits
• Creative Games (Gymnastics, Floorball, Handball, Tee-Ball) • Agility

• Flexibility

• Balance

• Cardiovascular Benefits

• Basketball (Territorial Invasion) • Agility

• Coordination

• Cardiovascular Benefits

• NAPFA Testing • Agility

• Flexibility

• Balance

• Cardiovascular Benefits

• Outdoor Education • Agility

• Balance

• Cardiovascular Benefits

• Physical Health Fitness (Running Module) • Coordination

• Cardiovascular Benefits

• Body Strengthening

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