Physical Education & Aesthetics
The school believes that the participation and pursuit of physical activities and sports enriches students’ lives and particularly at the primary level where children are still developing physically, the proper development of physical skills, practices and values will allow them to enjoy a lifetime of active, healthy living.
Similarly, a sensitivity to the Aesthetics gives students an awareness of beauty that creates memories, communicates ideas and evokes emotions so that they can better understand, engage with and enjoy the world they live in. Creating art or music also engenders creativity and self-worth as students learn to reflect on and express their individuality and uniqueness.
This is why the department is committed to ensuring a strong foundation for every student in Physical Education, Art and Music. Physical Education and Co-curricular Activities also support the Action component while Art and Music drives the Creativity aspect of the school’s CCLAS approach to character development.
|Head of Department|
|Mdm Chang Mei Cheng|
|Ms Pek Pei Yu (SH PE/CCA)|
|Mr Mohd Helmi||Mr Loh Shao Wei|
|Mr Tham Ying Wai ||Mdm Chua Lee Lin|
|Mr Rodney Mohan||Mr Tok Wei Yuan|
|Ms Janet Wong||Ms Tan Xian Li, Cheris|
|Ms Jasmine Yap Poh Choo||Mr Lai Yong Hui |
|Mdm Tan Sin Min|
To move is to live - Learning in movement,
through movement and about movement.
Creating and expressing through various
medium such as Ceramics, Printmaking and Outdoor Sketching.
Appreciating and making music through singing games, with instruments and cultural songs as well as GarageBand.
External Links (to MOE sites for key information/ programme)
MOE PE, Art & Music Syllabus
National School Games
Health Promotion Board
MOE Direct School Admission (DSA)
School of the Arts