The Anchorlite Physical Domain
Physical Education (PE) in AGPS is guided by MOE’s Revised PE and Sports Development Framework which advocates a whole-school approach towards development of pupils in Sports and Outdoor Education. ANCHORLITES are presented with an environment to build a strong foundation for continual growth that leads to improved physical, social and emotional health. Opportunities are created for ANCHORLITES to acquire fundamental motor skills, to be exposed to a variety of sporting experiences, to participate recreationally in physical activities and to pursue competitively in the areas they excel in.
Through PE, ANCHORLITES develop soft skills with real-life experiential learning to develop their character and values, cultivate positive attitudes, self-expression and strengthen their people skills. The activities in PE also help ANCHORLITES deepen their 21st century competencies through a combination of applied learning experiences and life-skills experiences.
- Outdoor Education
- Physical Health & Fitness
- Sports & Games
- Track & Field
- Outdoor Education Readiness Programme for Primary 3
- Outdoor Education Programme for Primary 4
- Outdoor Adventure Residential Camp 3D2N for Primary 5
- Sports Fiesta Series for Primary 1 to 6
- PE Leadership Training Workshop for selected students (Sports Leaders)
Key Personnel In-Charge
|Name of Key Personnel||Email Address|
MR SHARUL HISHAM ISHAK
(HOD PE & CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES)
MR MURLIS SANI
(SENIOR TEACHER PE, P1 to P3)
MR MOHAMED JUFRI MOHAMED HAMZAH
(SENIOR TEACHER PE, P4 to P6)
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