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- Venue: Holy Trinity Lutheran College
The Year 11 PE students have been completing a range of health promotion projects, with the aim to get our students and other members of our community more active.
It has been fantastic to see the thought and creativity in each project to inspire our people to increase their physical activity in fun and exciting ways. Thank you to everyone who got involved, we hope you have realised the benefits of upping the physical activity in your day.
Decreasing sedentary levels in the classroom
For her PE initiative to increase physical activity, Olivia Revell has focused on decreasing sedentary levels in the classroom. Students spend a lot of their day working at their desks. So for 15 minutes in homeroom twice a week, Olivia has got students up and moving by playing games, energising them for the rest of their day of learning in the classroom.
After school volleyball
To facilitate more activity into students’ days without having to travel and pay, Cooper Walter organised an after-school volleyball game on Monday 20 May at 3:45pm. Teams played volleyball for an hour with the winning team given a chance at winning a $25 gift card. Congratulations to Cher-Leah Williams who won the gift card!
Ride to School for Years 2–12
There was a great turnout for Corey Smith and Jemma Nagorcka’s Ride to School initiative on Monday 20 May and Wednesday 22 May! They met with a group of students at the showgrounds in the morning to ride to school together, returning back to the showgrounds after school in the afternoon.
Exercise for Sunnyside residents
Tahlia Dufty and Taylah Johnson turned their focus to the residents of Sunnyside Lutheran Retirement Village, taking them through chair exercises to increase their physical activity in a gentle way.
King lunch time basketball tournament
Dyson Parish led a boys and girls ‘King’ lunch time basketball tournament to get students active in between classes during their lunch time.