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Wushu

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Thursday 
P3 – P6 
1.30pm-3.30pm 


Teachers-In-Charge


Wushu is a form of martial arts which has a wide array of routines.  It is a sport that focuses on aerobic and anaerobic endurance, flexibility, balance and coordination.  In the course of learning, core values such as discipline, respect, patience and perseverance are also instilled in the practitioner. Students will be trained by an experienced coach on their flexibility and routines such as the 3-duan Nanquan.

Mdm Pok Yam Lee (I/C)
Mr Kuay Chau Ann (Co I/C)
Mdm Lee Lin Fang, Lynn
Ms Yulu
    

Taekwondo

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Thursday 
P3 – P6 
1.30pm-3.30pm

Teachers-In-Charge
 
Taekwondo provides students the opportunity to learn the art of defense and acquire positive traits such as discipline, self-control and diligence. Students go through weekly and holiday practices, grading selection and competition training to participate and perform well in grading and competitions.     

Mr Edmund Choi Kin Mun (I/C)
Ms Loo Hui Wen (Co I/C)
Ms Shirley Teng
Mrs Michelle Lauw   

Track & Field

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Thursday 
P3 – P6 
1.30pm-3.30pm 

Teachers-in-Charge
Track & Field is not just about sprinting, long distance running or throwing. It is a holistic approach where one needs to focus, plan, execute, ponder and reflect. BLGPS Track & Field serves to give our students the chance to stretch their limits not just physically but mentally as well. Working as a team will enable them to be exposed to diversity amongst their peers and give them the opportunity to work towards achieving their goals.

Mr Tang Chee Weng (I/C)
Ms Rita Salamoon (Co I/C)
Ms Norshila
Mr Nasser 

Floorball

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Thursday 
P3 – P6 
1.30pm-3.30pm








Teachers-In-Charge     
Floorball is a relatively new sport that has been making waves in the local sports scene. The sport has seen great development ever since it was introduced to Singapore and it has steadily gained popularity among the students in schools.
The fast-paced indoor sport that blends elements of ice hockey with other team sports, such as football and basketball, is good for heart health as the sport is a high intensity physical activity. The sport also helps to build muscles, endurance and stamina. Players develop explosive power, cardiovascular and muscular endurance, as well as improve their agility, as the game requires them to change direction quickly.
Although being a relatively new CCA, the students has exceeded the expectation of the teachers by reaching the 2nd round of the Junior and Senior Floorball Championship for the past 2 years in a row.

Mr Andi Iryadi Bin Said (I/C)
Mdm Norain Bte Bakadool(Co I/C)
Mr Roslan Abu
Mr Murphy Kho

Bowling

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Thursday 
P3 – P6 
1.30pm-3.30pm 

Teachers-In-Charge



Tenpin Bowling aims to develop our selected athletes physically and mentally by emphasizing on concentration and body control in a fun learning environment. Students will be taught fundamental skills and techniques by experienced coaches whilst developing their passion for the game and excellence in the sport. Students will need to undergo a selection process by the school for consideration.

Mr Jeff Thong (I/C)
Mr Henry Ong Jun QI (Co I/C)
Mdm Grace Phang Xiu Zhen 
Miss Joy Amisha Keshyap 

Badminton

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Thursday 
P3 – P6 
1.30pm-3.30pm 

Teachers-In-Charge
BLGPS Badminton Club trains our students to improve on their coordination, flexibility, endurance and ability to handle stress and anxiety. Through the training and interaction with coaches and team-mates, we aim to develop qualities such as sportsmanship, respect, leadership and perseverance in our students. With weekly trainings by certified coaches, students’ abilities will be developed to the fullest potential to compete on a national level.

Mr Dennis Loh Peng Kee (I/C)
Mrs Daphne Chia (Co I/C)
Ms Chan Yien Qing