#itsmymove - July 2022
Posted July 26, 2022
Videos / Podcasts
My Move Week at Rangi Ruru Girls’ School
Rangi Ruru recently ran My Move Week. Inspired by the campaign, students embraced a week of activities that celebrated all movement. “Our aim was not to focus on just the athletes at Rangi, but instead letting people embrace the way that they move and allowing everyone to be involved because everyone moves in their own way,” says Student Head of Sport Emily Jackson.
Article: Reframing physical activity for and with young women
To truly know what young women want from their physical activity experiences, we need to ask them. The mindset remains that young people do not know what they want, which is not true at all. By working closely together, we can shape positive experiences that meet and support their diverse needs.
Girls ‘Have a Go’ Day in Southland
Southland Secondary Schools Sport hosted 120 girls from schools around the region for a fun day out! A Youth Week initiative, Girls ‘Have a Go’ Day was all about giving young women the opportunity to try various activities in a social, judgement-free environment. See video at the bottom of the page.
#itsmymove podcast with Bel Crawford
Podcast: Jess Quinn on normalising ‘different’ and freeing ourselves from body confidence issues
Have you tuned into the #itsmymove podcast? In this episode, Jess Quinn talks about how she found her favourite ways to move. From growing up with additional needs to now feeling comfortable in her own skin – this conversation will inspire you to get up and get moving.
Listen below or for more #itsmymove podcasts visit Spotify