Movement Freestyle at Tanglin runs for the entire year, three sessions per week, providing the opportunity for our junior children from Years 3 to 6 to develop these essential skills.
Tanglin’s diverse and inclusive sports programme provides a learning environment which encourages each child to achieve their personal best. We aim to inspire and nurture a lifelong participation in sport.
The Junior School takes pride in its diverse and balanced sports programme. Our inclusive, student-centred approach encourages children to realise their full physical potential, to self-regulate and to become problem solvers through fun and engaging activities. With an extensive range of co-curricular activities (CCAs) and competitive opportunities children can explore movement patterns and begin to transfer their skills across a range of sports. Research shows that a multi-sports approach leads to better overall motor and athletic development compared to that of year-round, early specialization which can result in overuse injuries, burnout and decreased motivation.
Developing efficient, functional movers with a love of sport and physical activity at this stage of the journey is key. With this firmly in mind, our team selections, rotations and substitutions are made with respect to every student’s development and enjoyment rather than a short-term approach to training and performance, with an over-emphasis on immediate results.
Whether it’s exploring a new CCA or competing for the school our Junior programme looks to prioritise the interplay of fun, social interactions, challenge, motor competence and personally relevant learning.
View the latest co-curriculum programmes which include both recreational and competitive sports at Tanglin.
Check out the new sport facilities that will be available at the upcoming Tanglin Centenary Building.