Friday, September 3, 2010

Friday, July 30, 2010

Handball-Simulator: European Tournament 2010 Trailer

European Handball Simulator 2010


For coaches conducting their lessons this week, or coaches who have finished their tour of duty and for coaches about to embark on their tours, here are some questions for you to ponder when deciding if you have done well:

1. What were the strategies that you deployed for this game?
2. Why did you deploy this strategy?
3. How effective was this strategy during the game?
4. How can your team improve its game?
5. How did the strategy you deployed affect the outcome of the game?

Remember! when you think of the answers, always think of the Intellectual Standards!

Thursday, July 29, 2010


Hello people,

I have only received 1 lesson plan for tomorrow.

If I don't receive any, we shall stay in class to plan our lessons!

Also, I have not received the reflections from the last lesson.

Journalists, don't forget to bring a camera!


Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Lesson Plans

I have only recieved 1 lesson plan!

Friday, July 16, 2010

Materials to download

Please download the materials from the google site.

Teams - download the coaches and managers schedule and plan these. Put it up on the blog and pass me a hardcopy.

Coaches - download and prepare you lesson plan before the next lesson. Please discuss your trainings with me.

Then, inform your managers and myself the equipment you need.

Stats Team - Please download the stats sheet and bring for SW period. Also please bring along your cameras to take pictures. Remember! the stats team will become a journalist during the training period.


For the first lesson next week - T5 will be the statistician and journalist. The links to the stats sheet and lesson plan will be available on the S&W google page.

The coaches will have to give me their lesson plans, by Monday except for T5.

Just in case you forgot,

Each coach will choose to plan the training for their respective teams. This means that the coaches will have to plan the activity and the equipment needed.

This training will last for about 20 mins the next 20 mins will be a game and the last 10 mins will be for the coaches to debrief their own teams.

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Semester 2 Handball Teams

1) Dionne, Hao Yang, Wai Hang, Zheng En, Zong Wei
2) Emily, Jing Jie, Elgin Patt, Shawn Lim
3) Chin Fan, Darius, Marcus, Sean
4) Michelle, Elgin Low, Kai Xuan, Wei Hong
5) Jing Yi, Jun Jie, Jie Min, Wen Yue

Saturday, April 24, 2010

S1-07 Blue House's Presentation on Warm-up

Here is the Warm-up presentation from S1-07 Blue House Members.
Warm up presentation
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Thursday, April 22, 2010

NAPFA 2.4km Reflections

Points to ponder upon:
1) What is your NAPFA pre-run 2.4km timing
2) What is your target for the REAL NAPFA 2.4km target timing
3) How can you improve your timing for the 2.4km
and one more....
4) Shall we start a system for houses points?
Whoever did not bring or change into UNIFORM after S&W lesson(during recess), points will be deducted.
Which house co-operated with teacher during S&W lesson, points will be added!
Please comment below
PS. (Black, Green, Red houses, please upload the Warm-up slides to the blog via Slideshare.

The subsequent reps for the houses in 1-07 are Black- TANG WEN YUE, Blue- SEAN PHUA, Green- LIM JING JIE (he still haven't received the invitation for the author of the blog, I will give it to Darius), Red- Elgin Low
For all those mentioned above, please upload the slides into the blog.
Thanks, Kaixuan

Tuesday, April 13, 2010


Please upload the presentations into the SW blog.

Some other classes have managed to do that via slideshare.

I'll leave it up to you to find a way.


Mr Aidil

Trial NAPFA Test Scores


The trial NAPFA test you guys did this morning is available on the Google Site > Sports & Wellness > S107.

Thank you.

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Powerpoint/Keynote Presentation on warm-up

Each of the houses have to come up with a presentation on warm-up.
The questions include:
1) What is warm up? (short points)
2) How to do warm-up? (photographs, videos as explaining in words is no use)
3) What are the contra-indicating warm-up? (exercise that brings more harm to the body than the benefits)

Monday, March 29, 2010

NAPFA Test Requirements Part II

Most reliable: Go to SST site and view or download the NAPFA standards.
PS. Please sign in first.

Please go to this URL to check out the standards of NAPFA.
Alternatively, you can also download the pdf. file through Google Site.
PS. Please sign in your student email before you click on the link as only people in SST can only download the file.

NAPFA Test Requirements

NAPFA involves a series of five stations and a 2.4-km Walk-Run (1.5-mile Walk-Run) for secondary school students or a 1.6-km Walk-Run for primary school students. All of the station tests are attempted on the same day, with a 2–5 minute rest period permitted between stations. Under certain circumstances, the Walk-Run item may be attempted on a different day, although sometimes a 2-week window limit is set.

The test items are:

  1. Sit-ups: Maximum in one minute
  2. Standing Broad Jump: Better of two distances
  3. Sit and Reach: Better of two attempts with floating zero point
    • Pull-ups (for males 15 years and above only): Maximum in half-a-minute
    • Inclined Pull-ups (for all females, and males up to the age of 14): Maximum in half-a-minute
  4. Shuttle Run: Faster of two 4×10 metre attempts
  5. 2.4-km/1.6-km Walk-Run: Minimum time on firm and level surface

Performances are then compared to a chart and the grades from A to F for each test item. A constitutes excellent performance and E constitutes barely passing. An F grade is an alternate term that the participant has failed that section.

The awards are:

Bronze Award Requirements

  • At least an E grade performance in all 6 test items AND
  • A total of 6 or more points

Silver Award Requirements

  • At least a D grade performance in all 6 test items AND
  • A total of 15 or more points

Gold Award Requirements

  • At least a C grade performance in all 6 test items AND
  • A total of 21 or more points

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

S&W assessment for term 1

You are required to bring a camera to your assessment for term 1.
Req: 3 persons in a group, each person takes turn to play a role. So 1 camera will be enough. Person A will do the assessment while person B video tape it while person C ticks the requirements on a sheet of paper given.
The assessments are the following, choose the one you are most confident in:
Shot put
High Jump
Good luck, if you do well in sports you will get extra link points in the end of the year.
Prediction: next term we may be doing preparation for NAPFA

Monday, March 1, 2010

Well being of students in SST

There is some people in SST who falls under 3 categories:
Failed/can't pass NAPFA Test
We should do our part in encouraging them by exercising more. For underweight one, please take care of your health by eating the required amount of vitamins, carbohydrates...etc.
This message is passed down by the S&W Committee.
Note: Information given above is accurate by the time of publishing.

30th April- Annual Track Meet

The events of the Track Meet are as follows:
Individual track:
100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, 1500m
Individual field:
Discus, High jump, Javelin, Shot put
4x100m, 4x400m
Please take part in the events above but each house also requires cheerleaders, your own cheer, own house name.