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Our Vision

Wholesome Healthy Advocates In Movement, Sports, Safety, Socialisation and Spirit - WHAMSSSS

Our Mission

To equip pupils with the knowledge, life-skills and learning experience to adapt competently and stay healthily in a Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, Ambiguous (V.U.C.A.) environment. 

 

Personnel

Appointment

Mr. Lawrence Lim

HOD PE & CCA

Mr. Don Zhang

SH PE 

Mdm. Amy Wong

SH NE

Miss Fariza Begum

SH SL & Discipline

Mr. Lim Yan Zhi

PE Teacher

Miss Jasmine Mong

Music Teacher

Miss Pamela Choong

PE Teacher 

Mr. Iskhandar Abdul Talib 

PE Teacher

Mr. Tan Yong Thye

AED / T&L

Mr. Aziz Bin Abdul Razak

School Programme Executive

Mr. Keith Teo 

Internship Programme


Our Programmes and Events


Bossaball Tournament 

The flagship sport and pride as Yuying Secondary School is the only school in Singapore to own a Bossaball mat. Bossaball is a net barrier game played on an inflatable court between two teams. It combines the skills of volleyball, sepak takraw, gymnastics and ball-juggling. 

These are the winners of 2019.

 

Placing/ Level

Secondary 1

Secondary 2

Secondary 3

Secondary 4/5

1st

1N3

2T1

3TB

4E3

2nd

1N1

2N2

3N1

4E2

3rd

1N2

2E1

3E2

4E1

 

 

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Yuying’s 109km Challenge

During our school’s Olympic Week, we commemorated our school’s 109th anniversary with the Yuying’s 109 Challenge for the third year. This year, on top of the Individual and Team Run categories, new categories were introduced. One of which is the 109km Walk event which caters to the STARRS students, as well as staff who are above 45 years old. Another event is the 1090km Cycling event which appeals to avid cyclists. This increase in choices was well-received by both students and staff and we saw a hundred and thirty-seven percent increase in the sign up rate. This event was certainly able to help promote an active and healthy lifestyle. 




Secondary Two Camp 

The annual camp allows our Secondary Two cohort to actively practise experiential learning in an authentic outdoor setting. Pushed to go beyond their comfort zone both physically and mentally, our Sec Two students spent three days and two nights at the start of the year in MOE’s Changi Coast camp centre, far away from their hand phones and beds. Through novel activities like artificial caving, kayaking, outdoor cooking and tent pitching, they created life-long memories with their classmates and peers and gained a greater appreciation for values like teamwork and cohesion and overlooked things like their parents’ home-cooked meals. Unique to MOE’s Changi Coast camp centre, our Sec Twos also got to try their hands at creating crab traps and terrariums. There were the initial glum faces and tears, but at the end of the camp our students were glad to have had this learning experience outside of the classroom.
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Inter-Class Games 
With a wide range of sports activities organised for mass participation by students of all abilities, the classes had the opportunity to pit their skills against one another after they had attended the structured modular sports system. A variety of modular sports such as Badminton, Volleyball, Frisbee, Netball, Futsal, Pickleball and Netball are taught at various levels.
 
S.T.A.R.R.S. Programme 
The S.T.A.R.R.S (Students Trained As Responsible and Resilient Sportsmen) engages students in modalities which are proven to heighten body-recomposition. Most sessions take place in the gym which is revamped with a plethora of equipment for building strength and cardiovascular fitness. The school also plans novel sports to enthuse the students in unique activities.  Students are also given opportunities to be exposed to a wealth of information and are guided to apply these information.
 

Physical Health Fitness talks

The school engages the whole school - student and staff on topics governing holistic health.  From nutrition, sleep and types of training, the school rolls out progressive health packages to enrich everyone with information for them to take ownership of their own health.
  
Olympic Fortnight
To reinforce the spirit behind the Olympic Motto of “Citius, Altius, Fortius” (Faster, Higher, Stronger), students’ personal excellence were put to the test during the Olympic Challenge.
 
These are our winners of 2019 Olympic Challenge. 

 

Name

Class

Category

25m Dash

Vertical Jump

Shot Put

MANISH LIMBU

1N1

Secondary 1 Boys

3.96s

43cm

9.02m

MUHAMMAD AL-GHAZALI BIN AZLAN

2E2

Secondary 2 Boys

3.36s

80cm

15.22m

TIFFANY LEE JIA XUAN

3N2

Secondary 3 Girls

3.59s

54cm

12.87m

HOO CHEN XI

3N1

Secondary 3 Boys

3.17s

71cm

12.62m

TAY HUI EN

4E3

Secondary 4/5 Girls

3.62s

51cm

8.86m

YUEN KOK YEW KELVIN

5N1

Secondary 4/5 Boys

3.05s

83cm

20.43m

 


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Cross-country & NE Trail National Day Celebrations

During the school’s National Day Celebrations at the SengKang Hockey Stadium, selected students ran in a competitive 3.6km cross-country race while the rest went on an authentic NE Trail which consisted of NE-related station games. The event also included a special segment - Pushball, which involved students working as a team to convey the ball in the fastest timing over a series of obstacles.. The joy of learning was never completed without the class mascots which warmed the hearts of both the students and staff.   
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