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Physical Education

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MISSION

To nurture in every Clementeen, a love for healthy living.
The PE Programme hopes that every every Clementeen understands the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle and the role they play in maintaining their own health.

KEY PROGRAMMEs


Physical Health & Fitness

In Clementi Town Secondary School, we believe that physical fitness is a core component in the formative years of a teenager. Every Clementeen undergoes a term long fitness and conditioning session aimed at increasing their knowledge of fitness and health, as well as improving the fitness levels of the students in preparation for their National Physical Fitness Award (NAPFA) Test.


Sports & Games

The PE programme ensures that every Clementeen will learn at least 5 games from each of the three game categories: Territorial and Invasion, Striking and Fielding as well as Net / Barrier games throughout their time with the school. The participation in team games not only allows the students to develop their psychomotor skills, but also life skills and values. Annual sports events, such as inter-class games also provide a platform for Clementeens to demonstrate the outcomes of their learning from the lessons taught, pit their skills against their peers, and to forge closer bonds with their classmates. The games and sports have been carefully selected to align with their physical growth and development.

Level

Games

Sec 1

Netball

Sec 2

Basketball

Sec 3

Badminton/ Football

Sec 4

Softball

Sec 5

Floorball


CTX (CT Extravaganza)

CTX is an additional platform that exposes each Clementeen to sports and games that are currently popular but require resources not currently available in the school. The aim of the exposure is to provide Clementeens a broader choice of sports and games they can participate in as part of their healthy lifestyle.


VeloCT

In Clementi Town Secondary School, we prepare all our students psychologically, as well as, physiologically so that they can cope with the physical demands or challenges that come with long distance running.  In addition to exposing Clementeens to long distance running, the VeloCT also aims to help students see how sports can be used to give back to the community, for team building and for National Education.