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Physical Education, Art and Music (PAM)

Vision

Healthy body, fit-for-life & every child engaged in the visual and performing arts



Mission


Provide a comprehensive and balanced programme to help students develop a sound mind and healthy body and cultivate a life-long appreciation for the Arts


Key Programmes

The PE Programmes


The PE programme is tailored to equip students with the essential skills, knowledge and attitudes necessary for them to enjoy an active and healthy lifestyle.

In view of achieving the above objectives, various strategies are incorporated through the PE syllabus during lessons.

The strategies are nurturing and encourages fair play and teamwork during PE lessons and CCA sessions; debrief sessions after lessons where good values are given praise; grouping of students of different ability, gender and race; student self-officiating of games under teachers’ supervision; educating students on the need to follow rules and regulations to be enforced in a game and providing opportunities for group work, for example, planning, creating and performing a routine for learning areas of dance and gymnastics.


Pre-Assembly Morning Exercises


Students participate in weekly pre-assembly exercise programme, led by student volunteers and teachers from the PE Committee. Such programmes provide additional platforms for our students to cultivate and engage in daily physical activities.

The school also organizes other forms of physical activities for selected level of students before morning assembly as we believe activities as such positively impacts the brain and improves cognition, mood, attention and academic achievement in students.



Inter-Class Games


We believe inter-class games helps to promote greater participation in physical activities among students. At BGPS, we ensure maximum participation rate by ensuring all students take part during the planned activity.


Class Achievement certificates and Sportsmanship certificates are also awarded during the games as we hope students will continue to strive for excellence during sporting games, and able to demonstrate sportsmanship at the same time.

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Primary 3 SwimSafer Programme


The school organizes the SwimSafer Programme at Heartbeat @ Bedok ActiveSG Swimming Complex for all P3 students during curriculum time. The objectives of the programme were to allow pupils to learn basic swimming techniques or basic survival skills in water, water confidence and aspects of water safety.



 

P4 Experience Camp


Since 2019, the school conducts a two-day day camp with our Primary 4 level students. The objectives of Experience Camp include developing students in camping skills like tent-building and outdoor cooking. Through these learning experiences, we hope our students will be able to build greater responsibility and resilience. Team-building activities are also organized during the programme by our PE department teachers, aim to develop a better sense of team spirit.





P5 Adventure Camp


At the P5 Adventure Camp, our students get to experience a 3D2N camp at one of our MOE Outdoor Adventure Learning Centres in Singapore. The school has taken a spiralled approach when planning the activities at this camp such that students will be exposed to higher levels of outdoor activities like zip-line, abseiling and high element obstacle course. The objectives of this programme focus on developing our students as independent individuals, building resilience as they learn to overcome challenges in times of difficulties faced.

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BGPS Active Recess and Empowered Kidz Programme

 

Bedok Green Primary School has adopted the Holistic Health Framework (HHF) which was introduced to broaden health promotion beyond obesity and fitness management by embracing the total well-being for student and developing their intrinsic motivation to lead a healthy lifestyle. This programme aims to provide an additional platform for our students to extend their learning from the skills learnt during PE lessons through planned daily recess activities. Students who require more support with engagement in physical activities are also encouraged to participate. The school PE department also plans and organizes Learn-to-Play activities, implemented together with HPB’s Active Youth Recharge programme, to assist targeted students’ in cultivating a healthier lifestyle.


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Sports Day and Lower Primary Sports Day


School Sports Day Event (P3 to P6) and Lower Primary Games Day (P1 and P2) are organised with the aim in providing the students a platform to compete while in the spirit of friendship, respect and excellence. The programme also aims to emphasize school values such as Integrity, Responsibility, Resilience and Compassion.


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P1 & P2 Programme for Active Learning (PAL)


At BGPS, all our P1 and P2 students undergo PAL modules during school hours. Over the spread of two years, we provide our students with broad-based exposure in areas of Sports and Games, Visual Art and Performing Arts, as well as Outdoor Education. The modules offered for each level are as follows:

Semester

1

2

Primary 1

Sports and Games
Visual Arts

Performing Arts (Dance and Drama)

Primary 2

Performing Arts (Dance and Drama)

Outdoor Education
Visual Arts


PAL aims to nurture the 3Cs in students, namely Curiosity, Cooperation and Confidence. This is done through planned lessons which are experiential in nature and students get to learn in creative ways. Lesson are also designed to be fun and enjoyable while social and emotional competencies are developed, and new skills and interests are discovered.


Art Highlights for 2020

PRIMARY 1

·         Topic: Myself (Facial Drawing) [Graphite Pencil, Colour Pencil]

·         Topic: Favorite Animal (Cereal Boxes) [Recycle Material, Cardboard]

·         Topic: My Underwater World (Sea Creature) [Graphite Pencil, Marker, Paper-Mache]

·         Weaving Niche Programme (Paper Weaving) [Construction Paper]

 

PRIMARY 2

·         Topic: Insect/Bugs (Drawing & Paper Cut) [Graphite Pencil, Construction Paper]

·         Topic: Local Delights (Mixed-media) [Recycle Material]

·         Topic: Clothes We Wear (Mixed-media) [Construction Paper, Marker]

·         Weaving Niche Programme (Floss Weaving) [Floss]

 

PRIMARY 3

·         Topic: Animal World (Cubist Drawing) [Graphite Pencil, Colour Pencil]

·         Topic: Various Forms (Mixed-media) [Recycle material]

·         Weaving Niche Programme (Thoranam Weaving) [Construction Paper]

·         HDB Playground Project – Architecture & Model-Making (Mixed-media sculpture) [Recycle Material]

 

PRIMARY 4

·         Topic: DIY Clock (Mixed-media) [Recycle Material]

·         Weaving Niche Programme (Simplified Ketupat Weaving) [Ribbon]

·         Social Contemporary Project (Local Board Games) [Fabricated material]

·         Museum Based Learning (Sector Contour Drawing) [Graphite Pencil]

 

PRIMARY 5

·         Topic: Portraiture (Contour Drawing) [Graphite Pencil]

·         Topic: Things Around The House (Digital media) [PowerPoint & Graphics]

·         Print Making Module

·         Art in Community Engagement Programme

·         Weaving Niche Programme (Chinese Knotting) [Paracord]

 

PRIMARY 6

·         Topic: Portraiture (Drawing) [Graphite Pencil]

·         Topic: Craftwork 1 (Mixed-media) [Recycle Material]

·         Topic: Craftwork 2 (Mixed-media) [Recycle Material]

·         Weaving Niche Programme (Raranga Rose) [Ribbon]

 




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MUSIC HIGHLIGHTS FOR 2020

PRIMARY 1

·         Instruments Exposure - Percussion

·         Vocal / Singing

·         Music Enrichment Activities

 

PRIMARY 2

·         Instruments Exposure - Percussion

·         Vocal / Singing Sessions

·         Lyrics Composition

·         Music Enrichment Activities

 

PRIMARY 3

·         Instruments Exposure - Recorder

·         Vocal / Singing

·         Lyrics Composition

·         Music Enrichment Activities

 

PRIMARY 4

·         Instruments Exposure - Ukelele

·         Vocal / Singing

·         Lyrics Composition

·         Music Enrichment Activities

 

PRIMARY 5

·         Instruments Exposure - Percussion

·         Vocal / Singing

·         Music Theory

·         Music Enrichment Activities

 

PRIMARY 6

·         Instruments Exposure - Percussion

·         Vocal / Singing

·         Music Theory

·         Music Enrichment Activities

 


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