Physical and Health Education
CHIJ OLQP PHE Department aims to achieve the following:
To learn skills necessary to perform a variety of physical activities with
- To develop and maintain physical fitness and well-being.
- To foster self-esteem through developing body awareness and control.
To participate regularly in physical activity and know the implications of and the
benefits from involvement in physical activity.
- To acquire safety skills and habits.
- To develop the appreciation of concepts of fair play and good sportsmanship.
- To understand and apply critical thinking skills in PE.
Programme Highlights 2020
|Programmes / Activities||Level involved||Date|
|SwimSafer Version 2.0 |
8 Sessions of 1.5 hrs each.
|NAPFA Tests ||All P4 and P6||Cancelled|
|P5 Adventure Experience 2020||P5||Wednesday to Friday,
11 to 13 November
|IJ Olympics||All Levels||Thursday, 8 October|
NATIONAL PHYSICAL FITNESS AWARD (NAPFA)
The NAPFA aims to:
- Promote the attainment of desirable levels of overall fitness (cardio respiratory fitness, muscular strength, muscular endurance, power, agility, speed and coordination).
- Motivate pupils to improve their fitness and general well-being.
Identify individual pupils’ areas of physical strengths and weaknesses.
In the primary schools, from 2014 onwards, students who are medically fit take the National Physical Fitness Award (NAPFA) Test in Primary 4 (age 9+ ) and in P6 ( Age 11+ ).
Students are required to pass the NAPFA test. Students who fail the test may re-take the tests to try to achieve at least a pass.
Students' promotion to the next level will not be affected if they fail the test.
The window period for the test is from April to September each year.
Students who are on medical leave can make the necessary arrangements with the schools to reschedule the test.