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Physical Education

PE Department

The NBSS PE Department believes that our curriculum should promote not only students' physical, but also mental and social well being. Furthermore, each student should be empowered to achieve success, regardless of size, maturity, coordination, body type or any other physical attributes. 

Department Vision

Caring Citizens, Future Leaders

Department Direction

The PE Department is committed to providing quality PE lesson through developing staff capacity by working closely with various agencies like PESTA  (pathfinder project) , Cluster PLT team and school internal PLT programme. The PE Department is also committed to our Lifelong Learning Programme, “ Sports for Life: Character Education through SpACE’ (Sports Awareness, Commitment and Empowerment) The model that our school adopt for Character Education through SpACE’   is the “Pyramid of Success model” crafted by John Wooden.   

Goals of Physical Education

1      Acquire a range of movement skills to participate in a variety of physical activities. 
2      Understand and apply movement concepts, principles and strategies in a range of physical activities.
3      Demonstrate safe practices during physical and daily activities with respect to themselves, other s                 and the environment. 
4      Display positive personal and social behaviour across different experiences.
5      Acquire and maintain health-enhancing fitness through regular participation in physical activities. 
6      Enjoy and value the benefits of living a physically active and healthy life.    


Games - Football, Basketball, Frisbee, Floor ball, Badminton, Softball  
Napfa testing, Outdoor Education, Physical Health and Fitness and Inter class competitions

Key Programmes

Key Programmes

Target Group


Sec 1 Orientation Camp


To bond students to the school and each other.

Sec 2 adventure Camp


To build resilience and teamwork in adverse conditions

NAPFA testing

S2, S4, S5

To motivate students to maintain high levels of fitness.

To ascertain fitness levels of students.

Obesity Programme

Overweight students

To provide guidelines in leading a healthy lifestyle.

Game and Sports Module




To provide a range of game play experiences from territorial-invasion, net-barrier, striking-fielding, and other games to develop students physically, socially and emotionally.

Physical Health and Fitness Module


To help students evaluate their lifestyles and adapt their participation in physical activities at different stages of their lives with understanding of the health benefits derived, and how living active and healthy lives is connected with the world around them and the health of others.

Outdoor Education


To develop connections with the environment and the responsibility to safeguard it, thereby facilitating a lifelong pursuit of outdoor physical recreation.

Sports Events and competitions




To encourage healthy recreation and nurture the competitive spirit of Navalites. 

To learnt the value of being gracious in defeat humility in victory.

Cherish (Promoting staff well-being)MOE Olive Run 2012
Warming up for the mini Olympic GamesNYAA programme
NYAA programme

Annual Cross-Country Race