Presentation on theme: "Welcome to Bukit Jalil Sports School"— Presentation transcript:
1Welcome 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
3Provide quality training and education to produce world class athletes MissionProvide quality training and education to produce world class athletesVisionBJSS to produce world class athletes
4OBJECTIVES 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.
5Sports Training Offered BADMINTONMEN’S HOCKEYTRACK AND FIELDAQUATICS – DIVING, SWIMMING AND SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMINGGYMNASTICS – ARTISTIC AND RYTHMICSQUASHTENPIN BOWLINGSOCCER
7Personnel 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.
8TEACHERSSelected based on their expertise in the teaching and learning of selected academic subjects.
10Enrolment 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)
11Academic 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.
12MOE/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.
13DAILY 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
14OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTS SEA GAMESYearNo. of athletesNo. ofSportsGoldSilverBronze1999Brunei154732001K.Lumpur571428132003Vietnam4410172005Manila37111692007Korat, Thailand862224
15OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTS COMMONWEALTH GAMESYearNo. of athletesNo. ofSportsGoldSilverBronze1998K.Lumpur20712002Manchester932006Melbourne21135
16OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTS ASIAN GAMESYearNo. of athletesNo. ofSportsGoldSilverBronze1998Bangkok-2002Busan13712006Doha35154
17OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTS OLYMPIC GAMESYearNo. of athletesNo. ofSportsGoldSilverBronze2000Sydney622004Athens72008Beijing17
18Noor 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
19PENCAPAIAN 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
20ACADEMIC 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
21SMART PARTNERSHIPS MINISTRY OF YOUTH AND SPORTS NATIONAL SPORTS COUNCILOLYMPIC COUNCIL OF MALAYSIANATIONAL SPORTS ASSOCIATIONSSPONSORSOTHER GOVERNMENT AGENCIES
22Bryan 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)
234. 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)
24THE WAY FORWARD.AcademicStudent WelfareCharacter Building