Sports

THREE TIER APPROACH PATHWAY

The talent sports curriculum focuses on different aspects of sports education depending on the age of the student.

 Pre-primary school

  • Fundamental movement skills development
  • Fundamental movement skills from the basis for a variety of sports

Primary school

  • Multi sports skills development
  • Opportunity to multiple sports

Middle school and above sports proficiency

  • Opportunity to explore organized sports with the help of a coach.
  • Sports specific coaching.
  • Talent identification development.

Why are Fundamental Movement Skills (FMS) Important

  • Are the basic building blocks for the overall development of Physical Education.
  • Are critical for children to become competent in sporting activities.
  • Without them, many children and youth choose to withdraw from sport.

Categories of FMS

            FMS Include

Locomotor skills: Consist of total body movement

Stability skills: Includes the ability to sense a shift in the body and adjust for it. Object Manipulation: A force given or received. 

 

Locomotor Skills

Stability Skills

Object Manipulation

Walking          

Body rolling

Underhand throw

Running

Dodging

Overhand throw

Jumping

Balancing

Catching

Hopping

Bending

Kicking

Galloping

Stretching

Striking

Sliding

Twisting

Punting

Skipping

Turning

Dribble with feet

Leaping

Swinging

Dribble with hand

Chasing

Push & Pull

Volleying

Climbing

Rise/Stretch

Trapping

 

Primary School – Multi Sports Skills Development

   Opportunity to take up multiple sports and develop the skills needed to excel
in the selected sports.

Middle and High School – Sports Proficiency

   Opportunity to explore organized sports with the help of a coach.

      Sports specific coaching.

      Talent identification development.

Monthly Physical Fitness Test Performance Table

Why we do fitness test?

      The results of fitness test can be used to:

  • Identify strengths and weaknesses in performance.
  • Compare against recognized standards.
  • Monitor progress.
  • Adapt training programmes.
  • Place athlete in correct training group.
  • Set targets/goals.
  • Identify talent.