Physical Education

It aims to develop students’ physical competence and knowledge of movement and safety, and their ability to use these to perform in a wide range of activities associated with the development of an active and healthy lifestyle. It also develops students’ confidence and generic skills, especially those of collaboration, communication, creativity, critical thinking, as well as the attribute of aesthetic appreciation. These, together with the nurturing of positive values and attitudes in PE, are foundation for students’ life-long and life-wide learning to face different challenges.
P.E. is an essential learning experience for all students
- of the total curriculum time in both primary and secondary schools.
- learn fundamental movement in KS1 and the skills of at least eight activities from not less than four areas in KS2 and KS3.
Six strands of P.E. are
- Motor and Sports Skills
- Health and Fitness
- Sport-related Values and Attitudes
- Knowledge and Practice of Safety
- Knowledge of Movement
- Aesthetic Sensitivity
School-based Curriculum 
Learning objective for S1-S3 students
  • Learn at least eight sports activities from the strands of P.E. and participate actively in at least one sport activity.
  • Develop health fitness practice by teaching sports theory and training principles
  • Treating controversial sports issues with critical thinking
  • Appropriate attitude and sportsmanship in sports


Learning objective for S4-S6 students
  • Demonstrate the ability to participate in a variety of sports activities
  • Actively and regularly participate in at least one sports activity
  • Analyze athletic performance from multiple aspects and evaluate the effectiveness of healthy fitness programs
  • Applying problem solving skills learning from Physical Education
  • Act as a sports leader or mini coach in schools and communities
  • Demonstrate perseverance, sportsmanship, and brave to face difficulties in daily life.
Exam Marks Distribution
40 marks
40 marks
40 marks
50 marks
After-school Participation
20 marks
10 marks
A. Result attained will be submitted to EDB for the “School Physical Fitness Award Scheme”
School Physical Fitness Award Scheme
Fitness Score at school
No Award
25 participation marks
CCK Annual Sports Awards Dinner
The award dinner aims to recognize and celebrate the talented individuals and teams that have excelled within CCK in all sports ranging from basketball, football, cricket, baseball, table-tennis and dancing.  
  • Sportsman of the Year
  • Sportswoman of the Year       
  • Most Valuable Player (MVP)(each from every grade in every team)
  • Most Improved Player (MIP)(each from every grade in every team)
  • Most Talent Player(MTP)(each from every grade in every team)
Fitness Kings & Fitness Queens
To present certificate to students who have good performance.
  • One minute Sit-up
  • No time limit Push-up (Boys) / Knee-up (Girls)
  • Flexibility
  • 9 minutes Run
CCK Cup Football Competition
CCK Cup Basketball Competition