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To nurture pupils who are physically fit and adopt a healthy lifestyle.
To engage pupils in mass physical activities.
To provide pupils with quality PE lessons & CCA opportunities and activities.
The PE programme for lower primary level focuses on mastery of fundamental motor skills such as locomotor, non-locomotor and manipulative skills with application of movement concepts to develop efficiency, effectiveness and versatility in pupils’ performance. Once the foundation is laid, the upper primary level extends the mastery of discrete skills to focusing on more complex combinations, sequences of movements, and skills application in more recognisable forms of activity and games.
7 Learning Areas in Physical Education:
• Games and Sports
• Outdoor Education
• Physical Health & Fitness (Previously known as Health Education)
Co-Curricular Activities (CCA) are integral in ensuring that pupils receive a well-rounded and holistic education. It serves as a platform on which pupils can develop good character, hone their leadership skills and be active contributors to the community.
Based on the belief that individuals thrive in an environment in which all their abilities and talents are recognised and nurtured, the school promotes active participation in the co-curricular activities to develop pupils in their physical, affective and aesthetic domains.
Every pupil in Primary 1 and Primary 2 will participate in Programme for Active Learning (PAL). Every pupil from Primary 3 to Primary 6 is strongly encouraged to participate in at least one CCA of their choice.
Programme for Active Learning (PAL) For Primary 1 & 2
|Programmes||Kidz Sports I
(Sports & Games)
|Kidz Sports II
(Sports & Games)
|Let’s Go Out I
|Let’s Go Out II
|Art Expose I
|Art Expose II
PAL activities are conducted for 2 hours per week during curriculum time.
CCA Recruitment Drive 2018
This year’s CCA Recruitment took place on the 9 January at GYPS. In total, 14 CCAs took part in the Recruitment Drive and set up booths showcasing the four categories of CCAs in Guangyang Primary School: Sports & Games, Performing Arts and Clubs and Uniform Groups.
29 – 31 Jan 2018
The build up to Guangyang Primary School’s 100th Year celebrations began with the launch of our annual Health Week programme. As part of our commitment to promoting a holistic healthy lifestyle, the Health Week has served as a means of educating and reminding ourselves of the importance of healthy living and eating. This was done through a series of health-related activities and programmes.
1. Parent-Child-Community Mass Walk
2. Healthy Plate Competition
3. Health Message Bookmark and Poster Designing
4. Jump Jam Dancerobics
5. NKF Health Talk, Health Booth and Health Exhibition Bus
6. Closing Ceremony and Prize Giving
The pupils and staff had fun while gaining useful and insightful knowledge in several areas of physical health and fitness such as nutrition, hydration, exercise, hygiene, eye-care, and kidney-care.
The school will continue to emphasize on how to lead a holistic healthy lifestyle through our weekly health message, our monthly Jump Jam Dancerobics, Physical Education lessons, Physical Health and Fitness lessons and various school sporting events and activities.
GYPS Parent-Child Community Walk 2018
In line with teaching our pupils to adopt a healthy and active lifestyle, GYPS Parent-Child Community Walk was organised on the 29 Jan 2018 to promote healthy living as well as bonding between parent and child while being engaged in physical exercises! Our GYPS ambassadors and pupils also gave out GYPS 100th Anniversary Celebration flyers to Guangyang Secondary School, Kindergartens, and our community. We even had Milo from the Milo Van to help quench our thirst at the end of the walk!
Inter-House Games Day 2018
Inter-House Games Day took place on 24 May 2018 (Thursday) where all the P3 to P6 pupils took part in the events held at school field, basketball court and sports halls.The Inter-House Games Day was the culmination of the hard work by GYPS pupils and staff who took time to practice for the events and cheers prepared over two months. It was also an opportunity for the pupils to demonstrate the school core values of Courage, Diligence, Loyalty, Honesty and Teamwork while competing to win. Through the practices and Games Day, pupils also build a sense of identity and camaraderie with the houses they belong to. The Games Day was also a day where we had our ex-GYPS pupils chipped in to help run the events.
Lower Primary Games Day 2017
Lower Primary Games Day was organized on 5 Oct 2017 (Thursday) where the P1 to P3 pupils took part in many exciting events held at the GYPS School hall. Many of our lower pupils demonstrated the school core values of courage, diligence and teamwork as they raced in various events. It was a fun day for them as they celebrated Children’s Day with having the opportunity to race with their friends and even win medals!
Upper Primary Inter-Class Games Day 2017
As part of post exam activities, Upper Primary Inter-Class Games Day was held on the 26 Aug (P4 & P5) & 25 Oct (P6). Pupils had friendly games between the classes. Competitions between the classes were held in the basketball court, football field as well as our Indoor Sports hall to vie for the top spots in Badminton, Basketball, Football and Netball arena! It was a good opportunity for the pupils to let their hair down after a stressful exam period and have some fun, and the students certainly looked so from the pictures below: