Georgians Move Together Challenge
The whole school community will be united behind one goal, as we launch ‘Georgians Move Together’, this is a physical challenge to encourage all members of St George’s to participate in additional exercise, so important in maintaining positive physical and mental health.
What is Georgians Move Together?
It’s a community wide challenge, for us to collectively move the distance to Serenje, in Zambia. We have chosen this target as this is where the ZOA Children's Home (SOCH) is based.
This is a race between pupils and adults (parents, staff and alumni). Who will be the first to arrive?
This is a House Event, with the House that has logged the most kilometres winning. This event is running across all three schools.
Why take part?
Regular exercise is proven to benefit both mental and physical health.
Good opportunity for families to complete an activity together.
To be part of a community effort with everyone working together towards the same goal.
What are the rules of Geogians Move Together?
1. You can log any activity where the distance moved can be measured (walk, cycle, run, row, Junior School challenges).
2. The activity should be in addition to normal daily movement (no steps count for the day)
3. You must be moving under your own power (no horse riding or motorised transport).
4. One entry/log per person per day.
5. Please enter your House (if you are a parent you can use your child's House).
Who is currently winning?
Who is in the lead winning the race to Serenje? Adults or pupils?
Which House has contributed the most kilometers towards achieving our goal?
See pictures of Progress displayed on the dedicated Padlet.
What resources can help me?
Georgians Move Together - Log My Movement:
Programmes to coach you through for those new to running:
How to get sponsorship?
Download and print or share the Sponsorship form and start collecting sponsorship! You can ask for a set amount based on achieving a personal goal, or get sponsored per kilometer.
Transfer money raised through sponsorship to:
For further enquiries, please contact: