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Physical Education

The Physical Education (PE) Department aims to:
  • Inculcate in Marists, life skills and character building through sports and physical activities; 
  • Enable Marists to acquire, understand and apply movement concepts, principles and strategies in a range of physical activities;
  • Develop Marists to observe safe practices during physical and daily activities with respect to themselves, others and the environment; and
  • Enable Marists to enjoy and value the benefits of living a physically active and healthy life.

To achieve the Department’s goal, the following programmes are offered:
  • MSHS 4-year PE curriculum - a broad-based development for students to learn and demonstrate physical skills and knowledge from these three game categories: Territorial-Invasion, Net-Barrier and Striking-Fielding. In addition, students will also experience Outdoor Education and Physical, Health and Fitness
  • Cross Country
  • Sports Day & Carnival
  • Sports Education Programme (SEP)
  • Cohort camps
  • Marist Ironkid Biathlon
  • GCE O-Level Physical Education (OPE) is transiting to O-Level Exercise and Sports Science (ESS) in 2018. OPE & ESS is offered to students interested to stretch their potential beyond PE lessons. 

Marists have performed well for their GCE ‘O’ Level Physical Education (OPE):
  • 2014 OPE - 27% Distinction & 100% Pass Rate
  • 2015 OPE - 60% Distinction & 100% Pass Rate
  • 2016 OPE - 82% Distinction & 100% Pass Rate

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