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World Day for Physical Activity – 10@10 Challenge (Early Stage 1, Stage 1, Stage 2, Stage 3)
Join the Premier’s Sporting Challenge for the world’s biggest 10@10 on World Physical Activity Day. Get your students moving and grooving in a live streamed event on April 6th. It’s just 10 minutes of physical activity at 10am, but it can make a big impact on health and wellbeing. Sign up today and be a part of a global movement to get kids active and healthy!
Attention all primary schools in NSW! Are you ready to be a part of the world’s biggest 10@10 on World Physical Activity Day? The Premier’s Sporting Challenge is inviting you to join in on a live streamed event that will get your students moving and grooving like never before.
On Thursday, April 6th, we will be hosting the world’s biggest 10@10 event, and we want your school to be a part of it. This is an opportunity for your students to get active, have fun, and learn about the importance of physical activity.
What is 10@10, you ask? It’s simple – it’s 10 minutes of physical activity at 10am. We believe that even a short burst of activity can have a big impact on health and wellbeing. And when we do it together, we can make a real difference.
By participating in the Premier’s Sporting Challenge’s world’s biggest 10@10 event, your school will be a part of a global movement to get kids active and healthy. And the best part? It’s all live streamed, so you can tune in from the comfort of your own school.
So what are you waiting for? Sign up your school today and get ready to join in on the world’s biggest 10@10 on World Physical Activity Day. Let’s show the world what NSW schools can do!
IS THIS A FREE EVENT? Yes
BROUGHT TO YOU BY: School Sport Unit, NSW Department of Education
Paige Hadley is a proud Ambassador of the NSW Premier’s Sporting Challenge. She is currently one of the best midcourters in Netball, representing the NSW Swifts in the Suncorp Super Netball League and the Australian Diamonds!
Paige began her professional netball career as a replacement player for the NSW Swifts in the 2012 ANZ Championship in Round 1 against Adelaide Thunderbirds, coming onto the court at wing attack. She hasn’t looked back since.
Now co-captain of the Swifts, she is a Club Centurion and has won two Premierships (2019, 2021).
As well as this, she is a World Cup-winning Australian Diamond and a stalwart of the international team.
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