Presentation on theme: "Welcome to Bukit Jalil Sports School"— Presentation transcript:
1 Welcome to Bukit Jalil Sports School Officially opened1 January 1996Given Cluster School StatusOn 16 April 2008Administered byThe Division for Sports, Art and Co-curriculum Ministry of Education, MalaysiaLocationNational Sports Complex, Kuala Lumpur.Land area5.7 HectaresStaffAcademic teachers : 73Sports Coaches : 15Supporting Staff : 29There are 506 students involved in 29 different sports.BJSS to produce world class athletesBJSS – SCHOOL FOR CHAMPIONS
3 Provide quality training and education to produce world class athletes MissionProvide quality training and education to produce world class athletesVisionBJSS to produce world class athletes
4 OBJECTIVES To produce potential world class athletes To educate athletes to realise their full potential academically.To inculcate a life long interest and involvement in sports.To disseminate information about careers in sports industry.To create the basis for scientific research in sports.
5 Sports Training Offered BADMINTONMEN’S HOCKEYTRACK AND FIELDAQUATICS – DIVING, SWIMMING AND SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMINGGYMNASTICS – ARTISTIC AND RYTHMICSQUASHTENPIN BOWLINGSOCCER
7 Personnel Coaches (Full Time) Must possess a coaching certificate as well as a Level 2 Sports Science Certificate..The majority of the coaches have a Bachelors degree in Physical Education.Foreign coaches as well as coaches from National Sports Associations are also involved in the training.
8 TEACHERSSelected based on their expertise in the teaching and learning of selected academic subjects.
10 Enrolment into Bukit Jalil Sports School Selection ProcessEnrolment into Bukit Jalil Sports School“Talent Scouting” –- Recommendations by the National Sports Council and/or National Sports Associations-Talent Identification Program(TID)
11 Academic Programme National Curriculum from the Ministry of Education Public Examinations at year nine and year eleven.Sports Science is a compulsory paper.Flexible schedule in school.
12 MOE/NSC/MOHE Preuniversity Programme Aimed at preparing students for entry into first degree programmes in Institutions of Higher Learning.The programme follows a flexible timetable over four semesters.Caters to students who are national athletes or in training programmes managed by the National Sports Council.
13 DAILY ROUTINE 0700-0830 morning training (I) 0830-0915 Breakfast Preparation for classAcademic classEvening Training (II)DinnerAcademic classSupperLights out* School starts at 7.30a.m on Wednesdays and finishes at 1.30p.m so as to enable the school to carry out weekly assembly; mentor-mentee programme and Co curricular activities
14 OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTS SEA GAMESYearNo. of athletesNo. ofSportsGoldSilverBronze1999Brunei154732001K.Lumpur571428132003Vietnam4410172005Manila37111692007Korat, Thailand862224
15 OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTS COMMONWEALTH GAMESYearNo. of athletesNo. ofSportsGoldSilverBronze1998K.Lumpur20712002Manchester932006Melbourne21135
16 OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTS ASIAN GAMESYearNo. of athletesNo. ofSportsGoldSilverBronze1998Bangkok-2002Busan13712006Doha35154
17 OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTS OLYMPIC GAMESYearNo. of athletesNo. ofSportsGoldSilverBronze2000Sydney622004Athens72008Beijing17
18 Noor Amira bt. Mohd Nafiah, 7A ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTYEARSCHOOL GPABEST STUDENT20042.93Noor Amira bt. Mohd Nafiah, 7A20052.94Vivian Hoo Kah Mun, 6ADaniel Bego, 5A20062.84Katrina Wong, 6ANessrine bt Ariffin, 5A20073.06Arief Iskandar b Khamdan, 7AYew Sook Ting, 6A20082.50Yang Li Lian 7AChuah Yu Tian 7A 1BYang Farha Farhani 7A 1BNurul Adha Abu Bakar 7A 1 B
19 PENCAPAIAN AKADEMIK Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) TAHUNPERATUSPELAJAR TERBAIK199794.28%Marina Chin Mei Hsia, 7A 2B199887.10%El Regina bt. Tajuddin, 7A 2B199976.20%Shahnaz Akhtar bt. Shariful Akhtar, 6A 2B200092.70%Lim Paik Lyn, 8A200191.70%Siti Afeedah bt. Sallehudin, 8A
20 ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) Year% passesBest Student200295.6%Mohd Nafzahizam b. Mohd Adnan, 4A 2B200395.8%Wong Sin Yi, 6A 2B200492.1%Jeremy Er An Ke, 9A 2BWong Eva , 8A 4B200594.8 %Tan Chiew Lee, 10A, 2B2006Koh Jen Li, 7AChong Lee Fang, 5A200792.0 %Wahidah Ismail,7AYeow Mie Xie, 5A200895.5%Katrina Ong,6ANessrine Ariffin, 6A
21 SMART PARTNERSHIPS MINISTRY OF YOUTH AND SPORTS NATIONAL SPORTS COUNCILOLYMPIC COUNCIL OF MALAYSIANATIONAL SPORTS ASSOCIATIONSSPONSORSOTHER GOVERNMENT AGENCIES
22 Bryan Nickson Lomas -. First Place- Junior World. Diving Championship, Bryan Nickson Lomas - First Place- Junior World Diving Championship, di Belem, Brazil(2004)- 9th Placing- World DivingC’ship, Canada (2005)2. Hoon Thien How & Doubles Champion –Jnr.World Tan Boon Heong Badminton Championship, Toronto, Canada (2004)3.Yeoh Ken Nee nd Placing, World Youth Diving Championship, Calgary, Canada (2000)
23 4. Ng. Shu Wai - Bronze, Asian Games (2002) (Artistic Gymnastics) Silver,Commonwealth Games (2002)5. Durratun Nasihin - SEA Games , Vietnam (2003)(Rhythmic Gymnastics) Gold Medals6. Fong Siew Ting - SEA Games, Manila (2005)(Rhythmic Gymnastics) Golds, 2 Silvers7. Chai Fong Ying World Champion Taijijian EventWorld Wushu Championship,Vietnam(2005)
24 THE WAY FORWARD.AcademicStudent WelfareCharacter Building