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Physical Education

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The Physical Education Department at Montfort Junior School believes that PE plays an integral part in our boys-centric environment. We provide our boys (Primary to Primary 6) with various learning opportunities that make use of movement to develop the whole child in them. Hence physical education is just as important as any other subjects. Beyond the skills and knowledge, our school CHRISTE values weaved into our PE curriculum contribute to our pupils’ character building through sports.

Our PE curriculum focuses on developmentally appropriate physical activities within the 6 learning areas:
  • Athletics (From Primary 3)
  • Dance
  • Games and Sports
  • Gymnastics
  • Outdoor Education
  • Physical Health and Fitness

It is our aim to involve every Montfortian in our PE curriculum with a range of engaging physical and sporting experiences so as to enable each one to develop health and skill related fitness in and out of school. We hope to instil in them the life-long belief in leading a healthy and sporting lifestyle.

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NAPFA test

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Learning for Life Programme (LLP)

Developing Montfortians with CHRISTE values through sports  
Montfort Junior School has a rich history and support to anchor our development of character in our boys. Our mission as a Catholic school, guided by our CHRISTE values and spirituality, we nurture each individual to realize his potential and inspire him to be a Man for others. We also envisage every Montfortian as a scholar, a sportsman, a leader, above all a man for others. Badminton has been our prominent sport and a strong tradition for many years. With that sporting tradition, our school has also developed a strong sporting structure to support our boys’ involvement in other sports as well. We see all sports as opportunities for our boys to pursue excellence in both their physical performance and character.  The LLP will leverage on the existing CCE frame work to incorporate the CHRISTE values.




P5 Camp was second home to our primary 5 students from 3 January to 5 January 2019. They pitched tents, cooked with mess tins, moved on challenge rope courses and walked the grounds in the day and night. The camp experience helped the students forge good friendship and camaraderie to start the year. By the end of 3rd day, they walked away wearing and remembering their school motto, Age Quod Agis.

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P4 Camp

The P4 boys had their overnight camp experience and it was an unforgettable journey. The highlights have to be the rock climb and their first sleepover in school. They certainly look forward to next year’s outdoor P5 camp!

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