Olympics Day Results

Yay – Homebase!!! 🙂 Kelsey, thank you for organizing such an awesome day.
The Prosillio students absolutely loved being involved and really
appreciated having a chance to interact with other Ao Tawhiti students is
such a positive way.

Cheers

*Natalie Woods*
Prosillio Learning Advisor
Ao Tawhiti Unlimited Discovery
*Prosillio Campus*
Aotearoa National Dance Institute,
190 Montreal Street,
CHRISTCHURCH

*Doctoral Candidate,*
University of Canterbury
College of Education, Health and Human Development
BA, Dip Journalism, Grad Dip Teaching, CELTA, Post Grad Dip Education, MA
Education

On Fri, Mar 16, 2018 at 10:58 AM, physical education <
physical.education@unlimited.school.nz> wrote:

> Kia Ora everyone,
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> Apologies for this not coming out sooner. Things get quite busy for me in
> term one both at work and outside of it. However, I’ve had a couple of
> students giving me daily reminders to get the results completed so that has
> definitely helped!…
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> *OLYMPICS DAY RESULTS*
>
> Thank you to all those who participated in some way in this years Olympics
> Day!
>
> The day was a great success with a large involvement from both staff and
> students. So far I’ve heard good things about the day, so thank you for
> helping make it possible.
>
> Here are some results for the day…
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> Student place getters: calculated by number of wins across all events:
> · Year 7/8 Boys: Ness Arps
> · Year 7/8 Girls: Naima Derrick
> · Year 9/10 Boys: Sebastian Mayers & Noah Tumataroa
> · Year 9/10 Girls: Imke Koekemoer
> · Year 11-13 Boys: Jack Fensom & Dean Harris
> · Year 11-13 Girls: Tia Denovan-Stroud
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> Homebase Top 3: calculated by 1 point per student per event, 4 points for 1
> st, 3 points for 2nd and 2 points for 3rd per event:
> · 1st – Natalie W
> · 2nd – Kate A
> · 3rd – Sarah A
>
> From our athletics day a number of Ao Tawhiti students qualified to
> represent the school at the Canterbury School Sports Athletics
> Championships. The students that participate were:
> · Jack Fensom – Long jump
> · Oscar Obel-Hall – Javelin, Discus
> · Liam Murray – 400m
> · Frewen Watts – Javelin
> · Sullivan McDonald – Discus
> · Imke – 100m, high jump, discus
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> All students represented the school in a positive manner and it was great
> to see them being involved in such a great event.
> Oscar won the javelin by almost 2 metres and Imke placed in her 100m
> heats. This means that both students have qualified for the finals on
> Saturday.
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> If you also have any suggestions or ideas of how next year’s Olympics Day
> could be improved please feel free to send them through! I’m all ears =)
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> Thank you again for all your help and support in making events like these
> possible.
> Kelsey
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> Ao Tawhiti
> Sport Coordinator – Years 7-13
> e: physical.education@aotawhiti.school.nz
> p: 027 699 4648
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