Dont forget that we have the Beep Test at lunch time tomorrow (Tuesday 6 March) for all RACV participants.
1:45pm in the gym.
You can have a change of clothes and if so, make sure you are changed and ready to go by 1:45.
You may want to hold off on eating all of your lunch until after the beep test is finished!!!!
ALSO, please note that we have postponed the 30 minute run until Thursday 15 March (as per Mr Zach’s previous post!!) due to school photos this Thursday and next Tuesday morning being the first day after the long weekend.
Just a reminder about the selection criteria for HPV teams as outlined from our meeting today….
Fitness Testing: 30min Run (Week 6- Day to be finalised) Repeat in term 2
Beep test (Week 6- Tue 6 March) Repeat in Term 2
Log Book Checks: every 2-3 weeks (Mr Jenkins will notify via website)
Written Tests: Based on RACV handbook (Term 2) Repeat later in Term 2
Homework: term 2
School: Attitude and involvement at school in class and specialists
Welcome to Crunch Time!
This week is a big week in the RACV journey. A reminder that there are 3 different ‘tests’ taking place this week.
Mon 23 May: Beep Test at recess in the Gym (THERE IS NO LUNCH TIME TRAINING)
Wed 25 May: Written test in Mr Zach & Mrs De Villiers rooms (same test as last time- make sure you’re studying the right things!!!)
Thur 26 May: 30 minute run before school (starts at 8am on the dot!!! warm up with Mr Small at 7:55am)
If students are unable to attend any of these tests it is there responsibility to notify Mr Zach or Mr Jenkins to arrange for an alternative time.
The information to be studied for the written test is all contained in the RACV handbooks which should have already been downloaded or can be accessed via this website on the RACV page.
Good Luck everyone!! Give it your BEST shot
Everyone can benefit from regular exercise. Kids who are active will:
Besides enjoying the health benefits of regular exercise, kids who are physically fit sleep better. They’re also better able to handle physical and emotional challenges — from running to catch a bus to studying for a test.
For more details about the importance of exercise for children, check out the following article from the Kids Health website.
Kids Health article
This Thursday (3rd March) our fitness testing begins with the 30minute run. Students will be running, jogging and walking as many laps of the oval as they can in a 30min time slot. Students are able to sign up for a before school or after school session but spots are filling fast in the before school session.
Next Thursday (10th March) students will also complete the beep test. Results will be tabled and then tests repeated towards the end of 2nd term to measure improvements and overall fitness levels.