and creative learners who excel in physical skills and building of healthy
DEVELOP every pupil with G.R.A.C.E. attributes
INFUSE learning of curriculum content and
social emotional competencies with school values and key CCE messages
Pedagogical Approach Of Physical Education
To provide broad
based learning opportunities for all students to immerse in the learning of
range of physical skills across the 6 learning domains (Sports and Games,
Athletics, Outdoor Education, Educational Gymnastics, Dance, Physical Health
Fitness) throughout six years in the school.
every pupil with a customized learning experience according to individuals’
level of proficiency and confidence.
- Demonstrate To equip learners with application platforms for objective visualization of skills and self-assessment/feedback of the learning process
Teaching & Learning
With the full implementation of the new PE syllabus completed, the Primary 1 to Primary 6 curriculum now features a variety of modules consisting of athletics, sports and games, educational gymnastics, outdoor education, dance, physical health and fitness. Broad movement concepts, psychomotor skills and outdoor awareness are infused with the department’s 3D (differentiate, develop and demonstrate) pedagogical approach to ensure students reach their learning goals. The school adopts ICT tools (tablet-based video recording) with visible learning approaches to help our learners visualize and execute their movement skills with a strong sense accuracy and reliability.
Partnership in Learning
Through the partnership with Sport Singapore, the Swimsafer programme is a staple programme our P3 curriculum. The swimming lessons are integrated as part of their PE curriculum for 8 weeks and they are certified for various levels of swimming proficiency.
To promote Olympics values in physical education, pupils will participate in games and mass physical activities that reinforce the spirit of competitions. This also creates opportunities for values in action. Game stations are designed in the classrooms and pupils are motivated to challenge themselves.
The school also has a fitness and healthy lifestyle programme (Dad & Mum FIT) designed with a parent centered approach, family based fitness goals are shared and achieved together to incentivise the OLGC Family to participate in a series of 4 fitness events over a semester.
The department also organizes the annual P5 Outdoor adventure camp to provide students with a hands-on experiential learning experience. The camp also focuses on building life skills and collaborative learning for students. Activi ties are designed with implicit school values and messages in place.
A wide variety of CCA and enrichment programmes are offered, sports like Netball, Rhythmic Gymnastics, Badminton and Bowling as well as Wushu allows our students to develop skills in individual and group settings while pupils also have the options in Aesthetics by participating in Chinese Dance, Indian Dance or Malay Dance, Art Club and Choir. There are also interest groups and societies like the Brownies, Green Club, EL Literary Club to develop life skills. Last but not least, to promote development in technological skills and learning, the school has the Info-Comm and Robotics Club to hone the pupils' creative and logical thinking ability.