Health and P.E week



In week 9 of this term students from Bentleigh Secondary College participated in Health and PE week. The aim was to encourage students to be more active during the week and it was filled with many activities at lunchtime. The activities included a round the world basketball shooting competition, 3 point shootout, Futsal competition, kicking the football into the bin challenge and longest vortex throw. Additionally students were able to relax with a mindfulness session and also given the opportunity to play table tennis. The staff v Year 12 basketball match was a highlight with the students winning an even contest by one point in a spirited affair, after the teachers had defeated them comfortably a couple of weeks earlier.

Congratulations to the winners of these activities and all students who participated during the week.

THREE POINT SHOOTOUT

Junior:                  1st Nathan Curry                               2nd Angus Jackson

Senior:                  1st Harnanak Singh                           2nd Jesse Richmond                         3rd Liam Berchy

 

ROUND THE WORLD SHOOTING COMPETITION

Junior Boys:       1st Angus Jackson             2nd Nathan Curry                              3rd Jake Mones

Junior Girls:       1st Minnie Rotter

 

LONGEST VORTEX THROW

Junior:                  1st Rohan Wilson               2nd Harvey Palma                              3rd Josh Kanarek

Senior:                  1st Josh Ashen                   2nd Johnny Hamilton

 

KICK THE BALL INTO THE BIN

Junior:                  1st Jakes Mones                                Eq 2nd Daniel De La Cruz & Oscar Rieniets

Senior:                  Eq 1st Seb Erharter                           2nd Tom Gillard                  3rd Austin Rosenthal

 

FUTSAL TOURNAMENT

Junior team:      Michael Kakkos, Arthur Pagoulatos, Harry Bergmeier, James Batt & Daniel De La Cruz

Senior team:      Michael Finfinis, James Drakopoulos, Nick Romero, Cristian Stamatopoulas, Tom Roth

 

Mr Craig Tyrrell

Head of Health and Physical Education