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Physical Education

Department: Physical Education

Vision: A Healthy Body and Mind

An individual who is passionate and committed towards a lifetime of excellent health and well-being of self and others.


The Physical Education department challenges and encourages students to nurture their passion and commitment towards a lifetime of healthy living. This is done through programmes that develop the necessary attitudes, behaviours, skills and knowledge enriching their socio-emotional, psychomotor and cognitive domains.


  • To improve muscular strength, endurance, flexibility, agility, balance, and physical condition, and to develop the knowledge and understanding of how these factors relate to life-long physical fitness and recreational activities.
  • To develop and maintain maximum physical efficiency.
  • To develop self-confidence and discipline.
  • To aid in the development of a positive self-concept through successful learning experiences.
  • To develop useful and basic sports/recreational skills.
  • To demonstrate leadership responsibility through interaction with peer groups in a team competition concept.
  • To enjoy wholesome recreation and athletic activity.
  • To apply the rules and apply basic skills of a team and individual sports and activities.
  • To have team spirit, sportsmanship, fair play and desirable social behaviours.


By the end of their education at Millennia Institute, pupils should:

  • Learn at least three game skills and will be proficient in one game to play on their own beyond their schooling years.
  • Know the rules and tactics of the games they are taught.
  • Complete one PE Sports Enrichment Module by their final year.
  • Gain confidence in managing and maintaining their individual fitness and healthy weight. 

Key Programmes:

  1. Elective Elective Games (PU1)
  2. Core Games (PU2 at intermediate level and PU3 at advanced levels)
  3. Health Education and Fitness Management (including NAPFA/ IPPT training)
  4. Inter-Class Games (PU1) and Inter-House games (PU2 and PU3)
  5. Team-Building Games (PU1)
  6. Asian Traditional Games: Sepak Takraw and Kabaddi (PU1 and PU2)
  7. Sports Education Module (PU3 and during Gap Week)
  8. Track & Field Meet / Sports Fiesta / X-Country Run / Health Lifestyle Day (3 year-cycle)