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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

Level of Teaching

Mr. Lawrence Lim

HOD PE & CCA

Secondary 1 to 4

Mdm. Amy Wong

SH NE

Secondary 4 & 2

Mr. Don Zhang

SH PE

Secondary 2

Ms. Fariza Begum

SH SL (Int)

Secondary 1 & 5

Mr. Lim Yan Zhi

Teacher

Secondary 3 & 4

Mr. Tan Yong Thye

AED/ T&L

Secondary 1 to 5

Mr. Aziz Bin Abdul Razak

School Programme Executive

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Our Programmes and Events for 2018


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 2018.

 

Placing/ Level

Secondary 1

Secondary 2

Secondary 3

Secondary 4/5

1st

1N1

2N2

3N2A

4T1

2nd

1N3

2N1

3E4

4NA

3rd

1E1

2E1

3N1

4NB

 

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Yuying’s 108km Challenge

During our school’s Olympic Week, we commemorated our school’s 108th anniversary with the Yuying’s 108km Challenge for the second year. This year, two new categories were added to cater to those who preferred to take part in the Individual running category and a Walking category which was favoured by the senior members of the staff. This provides a wider choice to promote an active and healthy lifestyle and foster teamwork amongst students and staff.

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S.T.A.R.R.S. Programme 

The S.T.A.R.R.S (Students Trained As Responsible and Resilient Sportsmen) engages students in novel sports which focused on active living and healthy eating habits. Students have the opportunity to be exposed to knowledge and application of nutrition, resistance training and usage of gym equipment. 
 

Secondary Two Camp 

This camp aims to provide our Secondary Two students an adventurous experience through thrilling activities such as high elements, water sports and outdoor cooking. In addition, they would learn the importance of teamwork, and build strong camaraderie with their peers through the various challenges they would face during the camp. 
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Olympic Week

To reinforce the spirit behind the the Olympic Motto of “Citius, Altius, Fortius” (Faster, Higher, Stronger), students’ personal excellence were put to the test during the NAPFA Challenge. These are our winners of 2018 NAPFA Challenge.

 

Sit -up

Class

 

Sit and Reach

Class

 

Shuttle Run

Class

 

Standing Broad Jump

Class

 

Inclined Pull-up/Chin up

Class

Roxanne

1E2

Ayuni

1E1

Nileen

1E2

Valerie Teo

1E1

Xavlyn

1N2

Avril Lum

2E1

Felyn

2N1

Tian Yu

2E1

Monjuney

2T1A

Zhi Qing

2E2

Mei Jing

3E2

Jing Xuan

3E1

Qistina

3E3

Shannon

3E2

Jie Ning

3E1

Feronia Cheng

4E3

Chloe

4E4

Tan Xingyan

4E2

Krystal Chan

4E3

Cheryl

5N1

Rodman

1N3

Zallen

1E1

Fauzi

1E2

Kian Chai

1N1

Denzel

1N2

Aaron

2E2

Ekim

2E1

Eisen Tan

2E2

Neo Qi Han

2N1

Darius

2T1A

Wyatt

3E3

Ang Pei Xian

3E1

Irfan

3T1

Yilong

3E2

Javniel

3N1

Benedict

4E1

Eugene

4E2

Zihao

4E1

Bapster

5N1

Rwee Young

4E1


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Post-exam Activities

With a wide range of sports activities organised after the examinations, students would have the opportunity to pit their skills against one another during the bi-annual inter-class games. A total of four sports would be taught during the first half of the year - Badminton, Basketball, Floorball and Futsal.

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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