VeruLive challenges us all to come together, get healthier and have some fun as over 500 viewers join Mr Anthony for his weekly Saturday morning live sessions. Twenty minutes of high energy workouts have the school community working out and re-energising.
We are immensely thankful to all those that have joined us and encourage everyone & anyone to get involved and keep fit with us – Mr Anthony.
Workouts are available via the Verulam YouTube channel.
The Verulam Run Club is open to everyone – students, staff, families and friends of the school. The idea is to get up, get out and get active, tracking running distance, pace and time. For students, there are house points and Rs for those in each group with the fastest 1km and 5km times and also the longest run and most kilometres run each week.
Keep running, recording and submitting your achievements at the end of each week via this form.
House challenges have engaged students and had them participating in exercise from home during lockdown: VeruFit weekly workouts won students sessions in the gym upon their return to school and our ‘Who Wants to Be a Millionaire’ event put students’ health and fitness knowledge to the test alongside physical activity tasks. Mr Anthony has uploaded football drills for pupils to try at home and for Wellbeing Week he set up a reaction app challenge.
The half term skills school in February was a bit of fun everyone could have from the confines of their gardens and Mr Errington put the lockdown stockpiles to good use – challenging students to beat his record of 15 keep ups with a toilet roll!