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Physical Education & Aesthetics


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Head of Department

 
  • Mr Seow Han Chien (SH PE, CCA & Aesthetics)  


Key Personnel


  • Mr Rizal Bin Subani  (Year Head-Upper Sec)
  • Mr Tay Tzu-Lin, Preston (SH Educational Technology)

Teachers


  • Mr Raihan Bin Omar
  • Mr Ng Boon Hian
  • Mr Zainudin A. Razzak
  • Mr Ariston Tay  ( Music )
  • Ms Daphne Chia ( Music )
  • Ms Tan Jeng Suan ( Music )


Vision


Every student values, participates, and pursues physical activities and sports of their interest and ability in order to enrich their lives, be they for recreation and well-being, personal challenge and achievement, or for national honours.

Curriculum


In complementing the academic programs the PE Curriculum has endeavored at great lengths to provide a holistic education for the students. Though acquisition of skills and knowledge in the physical domain and total well-being forms an integral component of the PE program, equal emphasis is also placed on the inculcation of values. Development of 21st century skills and internalization of school values are also emphasized through the PE curriculum.

Align to MOE’s recommendation, the PE curriculum advocates students engagement in at least six different physical activities for every student. They must also offer at least one physical activity from each category of net-barrier, striking-fielding and territorial-invasion. This will include the four different games, physical health and fitness and outdoor education. A swimming program* is also specially planned for all Secondary One students. Swimming is a survival and a life-long skill. It enables one to enjoy a vast range of social and competitive environments.


Special Programs


Inter-level Games are organised for students in all levels. The students are given an opportunity to take part in competitive games engaged in games like basketball, soccer, boccia, ultimate frisbee, volleyball and tchoukball.
 
The annual Outdoor Adventure Learning Camp is the Hai Sing’s signature program aim at nurturing character and develop self-reliance, perseverance, independence and confidence. The main activities organised in the camp are: dragon boating, land expedition, field cooking and high elements. Students enjoy a myriad of outdoor adventure and expedition in this annual Sec 3 Outdoor Adventure Learning Camp experience which is deeply entrenched in their minds for a long time. Through this experiential learning students develop desirable social attitudes and values.

HAI Sports Carnival* enhances the students’ engagement and camaraderie in three different challenging activities organised for the different levels. The graduating students are tasked to a Dragon Boating Challenge. For the Secondary Three students, they are organised in small groups and they work together as a team in the Orienteering Challenge. Team work, endurance and cooperation were emphasised to win this challenge. The school collaborates with ActiveSG to organise games such as kin ball and touch rugby for the lower secondary students. They also participated in a 2.4km Challenge park in the park.




Finally. the Sports Education Program* (SEP) is extended to all Secondary 2 students who are enrolled in non-sports CCAs. This programme provides opportunities for the students to learn sports skills for life-long recreation and adopt a sporting culture. The activities that had been organised includes bowling, in-line skating, kick-boxing, 1-star kayaking, air pistol and gymnastic trampoline.


* Subjected to SMM ( Safe Management Measure)

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Inter-house Games Day Ongoing from Term 1 – Term 4 @ Hai Sin
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Sports Education Programme
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HEW
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Inter-house Games