As you may know we are introducing ‘Partnership Records’ as a fun event and it can also hit the personal challenge aspect of School Games Mark. We don’t think we will break any world records but we will set a Partnership Record which we can then go on to break the following year.
Here is the general outline of the different challenges.
-You can take part in as many or few world records as you want.
-All entries must be verified by an adult.
-Entries to be sent to Charlie as often as you like.
-If you can send the child’s first name and surname initial, year group, what event they did and the result they got that would be great.
-Charlie will then update the website with the results.
-A link to the results page will also be included in our newsletters each half term.
- How many ‘Keepie ups’ can you do in 30s? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgP8lgqw8Qs The person must use a standard size 4 or 5 football. The ball can touch any part of the body. If it touches the ground they can continue to count from the last number they got to, e.g they did 15 touches then the ball touched the ground. They pick it up and the next touch starts counting from 16.
www.youtube.comThis is the actual video taken on April 12, 2010 at Portsmouth High School in Portsmouth, RI. The actual footage is alternated with clips of two different frame rates …
I hope this makes perfect sense.
Attached are result sheets to make it easy for you to submit your results to us, just send these back to Charlie when completed.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.