Despite the best efforts of Covid to dampen the enthusiasm of the Smurf population, innovation and determination has prevailed. Here are some of the ways in which the players of the District schools team have been completing their values projects.
Run Forrest run!
On Saturday 14 November Seb began training for his long distance run challenge. He completed the run on 28 November 2020.
Distance required = 5km / 3.1 miles Distance completed = 6.55km = 4.076 miles
Time = 34 minutes – no stopping!
‘I achieved my goal and target which made me feel proud. To improve and challenge myself next time I could either run further or the same distance but quicker!!’
Guy and Will litter picking in their local community and in the snow too very committed!!!!
Here are some more pics of Will and Guy litter picking and doing a cake sale for their values project.
Henry took the challenge of walking the Bath Skyline 7 times in 7 days, how many steps on your Fitbit would that be?!
Leo has been doing all sorts of jobs and has even set himself the challenge of walking Lands End to John O Groats. He has done 327 out of 824miles so far!
This year Barney and Charlie chose to take part in the Battle of Lansdown 2020 event in October (between lockdowns) and ask for sponsorship to go towards their values projects. It’s a well designed 5k obstacle course with approx 30 tough obstacles! Charlie and Barney wanted to ‘smash it’ and they did so by coming 1st and 2nd in their age group (44.51 & 45.49 mins!). Lots of muddy fun had by all and money raised in the process.
In the summer Owen and I decide to do a sponsored 15-mile bike ride around Bristol for our values project, but we did it with a twist. We hired a tandem bike. As Owen was the tallest he was the pilot on the front which meant he was steering and doing the gears, then that meant I was on the back so I had to do the arm indications and we both had to pedal at the same time or it wouldn’t have worked.
What I found difficult was that when we started to ride we had to start at the same time so we had to say are you on then 3,2,1, pedal. But I started to get use to it, in the end I found it really fun it was a great learning experience. Matthew
I found the starting off difficult to start with, but once we got a system it was fine. I was in charge of steering, which at first was difficult because of the extra weight on the back and the length of the bike. I also had to charge gears and brake. We had to work as a team or we would have fallen off. It was a great day. Owen
Who needs gravity?
Sam has been clocking up the miles, and the pennies!