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Key Programmes

Key Programmes

PE Department Programmes

P5 Camp

The annual P5 camp was held at the Boys’ Brigade & Girls’ Brigade campsite. During the camp, the students cleared obstacles and challenged their inner fears. Strong mutual support was also developed among peers, and the students stepped out of their comfort zones to live independently for 2 nights.

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Sports Carnival

The annual Sports Carnival at Qihua Primary School has the objective of promoting healthy lifestyle, school values, fair play and good sportsmanship. Students and teachers tried out an array of sporting activities such as mini-trampoline, inflatables, laser tag and athletics.

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Health Week

The annual Health Week featured health quizzes, fitness workouts, Fruittie-Veggie Bite programme, health tips, assembly talks and healthy burger-making competition. The objectives of Health Week are to educate students about pertinent health topics in a holistic manner and to reinforce positive health behaviour.

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Swim Safer Programme

All P3 students participated in this 8-week modular swimming programme to develop water competency in a fun and safe way. At the end of the programme, students received a certificate indicating his/her level of proficiency.

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Art/Music Programmes

Modular Art Programmes

  • P1 Jumping Clay Programme

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Learning various handbuilding techniques to make different items, P1 students have fun with jumping clay and plasticine.

  • P3 Lego Programme (A collaboration with the Innovation Committee)
  • P6 Clay Art Programme

 

P4 Ukulele Programme

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Some Primary 5 students performed local favourites such as Singapore Town and Singapura, Sunny Island for the Woodlands residents at the Woodlands Family Day. These students first learnt to play the ukulele when they were in Primary 4 and are still pursuing their interest in the instrument.

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