Hello Year 3, and welcome to your weekly PE session! Over the coming weeks, everyone in school will have the chance to compete and represent Broad Heath in the virtual school games, win prizes for yourself and the school, and get active and healthier all at the same time. This is a fantastic opportunity to represent the school for those students who have yet to do so, and for those who have experience at competing to step up and show the other students in the city how Broad Heath primary do things! So, this weeks competition is;

**Athletics** – Jump and run challenge!

As on the video, after your warm up and strengthening exercises, you need to complete a standing jump and then time a 10x5m shuttle. Then take your time (25 seconds for example), take that away from 100 (100-35) and you get your shuttle score (75). Then add your run score to your jump score (say 110cm) then you come out with your total score, in this case it would be 185. Then, you can post your score to the blog and I will send it to the school games. Alternatively, you can send your score straight to the school games *www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/CSWVirtualAthletics *The value we are looking at is **HONESTY **so make sure your scores are accurate.

100 – Average score

150 – Quite good

200 – Very good

250 – Excellent!

300+ – Check your distance/times, you have not timed/ measured correctly!

You can also log your activity by following this link – https://www.getset.co.uk/travel-tokyo/log-activity , tying in the school postcode CV6 5DP and selecting your year group (Year 3 team). Let’s see which year group can be the most active!

Prizes;

There are 3 £5 amazon gift vouchers for the best KS1 and KS2 performers from across the city, and a £75 school kit voucher for the most active school, so get active and take part!

I have made a mistake, I got 150

I jumped 10 ft in one of the competitions

my score was 200 honestly

Well done Aatifa, 200 is a good score!

My score was 165

I ran 27 seconds

My score 100 .

Well done for having a go Taha!

I scored 150

That’s a good score Safah well done, thank you for representing Broad Heath today, I will enter your score into the competition.

I jumped 132cm. I ran for 300 seconds my score is 432

Your jump score is great, well done Lawy! You haven’t quite got the run score right though. You only need to run 10 lengths of 5m, time that run (say it took 30 seconds) then subtract that score from 100 (e.g. 100-30) which would give you a score of 70. So, have another go at your run, and tell me your score so I can add you in. Well done so far!

My score was 235

It took me 10 minutes

I scored 105

And 100 for the last one

Hi Lillie, thank you for taking part. Just to clarify your score, you got 105 cm on your jump, how long did your run take? Then I can work out your total score.

It took 2 minutes

I did 118

Well done for representing Broad Heath today Japji, what was your individual scores?

I done it

What was your score Shahzad?

“I have done it” is the correct way of phrasing it Shahzad. Can you give me your scores please?

I did it

Super! What was your score Mahmuda?

I need your scores now Mahmuda!

I jump 127cm, I run 25 seconds. So my score is 212.

Super score Simin!

Well done Simin, that’s exactly what I’m looking for! Thank you for competing for Broad Heath today, I will enter your score into the competition and it will count towards our score for the school.

I DID IT

Great how did you do?

This is not enough Ayaan, I need your scores for the two events, not just a statement.

I did 119cm

Well done what was your scores?

119cm is a great score for the jump, not I need your 10x5m run time so I can enter you as one of our competitors.

I have done it

What was your score Afreen?

I did half of the first one.

OK great what was your score Abdulasiis?

I jumped 133cm

I will do it

Don’t forget to let us know how you get on Muhammad!

I did 96 inches

That’s fantastic Saee, do you mean inches or cm? All I need now is your 10x5m shuttle score and I can put you score into the school games! Well done for being the first person to enter a score.