PE/CCA

Developing Gifts to Society

Every Woodlander a practitioner and advocate of a physically active and healthy lifestyle.

Key approaches

As Woodlanders seek to lead an active and healthy lifestyle:

  • They will be equipped with the necessary knowledge and skills in sports, games, outdoor education and nutrition to stay active and healthy.
  • Various platforms and opportunities will be provided for them to apply what they have learnt so as to allow good healthy habits and attitudes to be instilled.
  • Collaborative learning as a technique to encourage and motivate them to learn and influence others

Key Programmes

Inter-class Sports Challenges

Application of knowledge in a competitive setting: Inter-class challenges in cross-country running, track events and games

Cross-country
Cross-country
Inter-class games
Inter-class games
Inter-class games
Inter-class games
Inter-class track events
Inter-class track events
Authentic Outdoor Learning Experiences

Orienteering routes beyond school, the Sec 2 Level Camp and OBS.

Sec 2 Level Camp
Sec 2 Level Camp
Sec 2 Level Camp
Sec 2 Level Camp
Alternative Physical Activities

Alternative physical activities to increase motivation and choices: WDL Test of Will, WDL Mass Dance, WDL Obstacle Course, WDL Skills Challenge

Free Play

Free play to encourage physical activity beyond PE lessons and increase ownership over one’s lifestyle: Loaning of games equipment and provision of facilities such as the field, hall, basketball court, gym to be used during recess and after school