Athletics & ECA - Honsbridge International
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Athletics & ECA

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We believe that Extracurricular Activities and Sports complement Academics perfectly. Our facilities and experienced teachers have been a catalyst toward promoting strong morale, teamwork, and quick thinking among our sports-driven students.

Honsbridge International is home to champions as well as budding athletes in Football, Badminton, Gymnastics, Golf, Chess, and more. We support our students’ efforts in Sports and many of our students also participate in various interschool sports competitions as well as at MSSS and MSSD. 

Our Badminton and Futsal are well-established favourites with professional training conducted by experienced coaches weekly. We have also added Taekwondo and Basketball to the list of Sports at Honsbridge in 2020 and 2021 respectively.

Talent and ability are not the only considerations when it comes to participation in competitions, Sportsmanship and attitude is a very important part of the equation. 

PEP & PET

Physical Education (PE) at Honsbridge has always been an essential component of students’ experience in school. It is an important time for self-expression, enjoyment and social interaction between their peers. After giving it much thought and careful consideration, we have designed an outline of healthy living with the knowledge and skills that can fully develop the students’ athletic potential.

The transformation is both rigor and focus on having a separate Physical Education in Theory (PE T) and Physical Education in Practical (PE P) in the class timetable. The new curriculum framework enables the students to have a foundation for lifelong healthy living with the knowledge in fitness, nutrition, social behaviour and stress management in the current world.

At the primary level, students are competent in a variety of motor skills, movement patterns and strategies for various games. Starting from Primary 6 up to the end of lower secondary of Year 9, we embark on the new practical and theoretical aspect of PE. Students can develop an understanding of effective and safe physical performance with this new program.

The topics covered are

  1. Anatomy and physiology
  2. Health, fitness and training
  3. Skill acquisition and psychology
  4. Social, cultural and ethical influences.

Contact us to know more about your favourite ECA society now! Interested in other sports? Talk to us! We are always looking to add more to the roster.

Sports Day

Physical Education

MSSD

Taekwondo

 

A Korean form of martial arts characterised by punching and kicking techniques, with emphasis on head-height kicks, spinning jump kicks, and fast kicking techniques. Learning martial arts helps to develop discipline, self-control and confidence.

Badminton

 

Played using racquets and shuttlecocks in either singles or doubles form. Players require aerobic stamina, agility, strength, speed, and precision in technique. Malaysia’s many successful badminton players on the world stage continue to inspire our students. 

Futsal

 

A fast-paced game similar to football that is played on an indoor pitch in two teams of five players each. The smaller pitch size compared to football keeps the game fast-moving and keeps player reactions sharp and focused. Popular with both young and old; the game emphasises control, improvisation, creativity and technique. 

Basketball

 

A relatively modern sport where two teams of five players each compete with the primary objective of shooting the ball through the opposing team’s hoop. As with any team sport; coordination, teamwork and communication are key to a successful game.

Chess

 

Strategic board game for two players with precise rules of movement for each piece on the Chess board. The objective is to put the opponent’s king under a direct attack from which escape is impossible(checkmate). Learning to play chess has been said to help boost memory, develop focus and planning skills.

Art

 

For students who like to work with their hands and are interested in creative pursuits, Art would be a good fit. Here they will explore many different art techniques interspersed with bits of history and culture behind different art styles as they create their own masterpieces

Dance

 

The intersection of art and sport is where Dance lives. Combining creative expression with physicality it has many benefits including but not limited to boosting confidence, fitness, memory and how they present themselves. Dance also is a good method of stress-relief and is just plain fun!

Coming Soon !

 

Stay tuned for new up coming ECA !

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