Subjects
| Physical Education

Mission

Developing students’ active and healthy living styles as well as nurturing their good virtues in order to maintain a balance of physical and psychological development.

Objectives

  1. To develop students’ physical competence and knowledge of movement and safety, and their ability to use these to perform in a wide range of activities associated with the development of an active and healthy lifestyle.
  2. To advocate the importance of physical education and encourage students to maintain a habit on doing exercise regularly.
  3. To develop students’ confidence and generic skills, especially those of collaboration, communication, creativity, critical thinking and aesthetic appreciation.
  4. To nurture the positive values and attitudes in PE, provide a good foundation for students’ lifelong and life-wide learning.

Features

Key Stage I:
To develop fundamental movement skills through fundamental movement activities and physical play.  To control related tools to keep balance and maintain body growth in which collaboration among the students and aesthetic appreciation can be developed.

Key Stage II:
To learn various areas of physical activities such as football, basketball, volleyball, handball, badminton, table-tennis, dodge ball, baseball, track and field, gymnastics and dancing.  To develop students’ generic skills such as critical thinking, collaboration, creativity and aesthetic appreciation.

School-based activities

  1. Extra-Curricular Activities

To explore students’ potential in doing sports, various extra-curricular activities are held.  These include Basketball, Track and Field, Table-Tennis, Badminton, Rope Skipping, Dancing, Taekwondo, Shoulin Fist, Roller-Skating and Swimming.  Those who perform brilliantly will be selected to be a member of the School Team.  The endurance and sportsmanship can hence be developed through having regular training and entering competitions.

  1. Sports Day

Our Sports Day is held annually for Primary 3 to Primary 6 students at the Sports Ground.  They should join at least one item choosing from running, long jump, high jump, ball throwing, 4X100 relay or 2X100 Parent-Child Relay.

  1. Mini Sports Day

Our Mini Sports Day is held annually for Primary 1 to Primary 2 students at our school playground.  Students can learn to enjoy the fun of sports and collaborating with others through participating in exciting movement games.

Useful Resources

  1. Hong Kong Childhealth Foundation

http://www.childhealthhongkong.com/2003/kidweb/index.html

  1. Sportsoho  https://www.sportsoho.com/
  2. Track and Field  http://home.chkpcc.net/~kpc-hyp/athletic.htm
  3. Rope Skipping for Fun  https://www.lcsd.gov.hk/tc/healthy/rope.html
  4. Sports and Nutrition  https://www.gov.hk/tc/residents/health/healthadvice/healthcare/exercise.htm