Winning, Losing or Taking Part? Mr R Walden Assistant Headteacher Director of Learning (PE and Sports College)
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Mr R Walden
Director of Learning
(PE and Sports College)
“To contribute to building apeaceful and better worldby educating youth throughsport practisedwithout discrimination of any kindand n the Olympic spirit, whichrequiresmutual understandingwith a spiritoffriendship, solidarityandfair play”
The Goal Olympic movement
How many times have you taken part in an activity or competition in your life?
As a result of taking part, how many times have you won?
Do you think that the times that you didn’t win did you harm or were less influential in your personal, social or emotional development?
Is competition the only route to being a winner?
Insert video: top level peformers just “playing and having fun”
Which is more importanto you?
Getting up is called winning.
Mary Pickford(Movie Star)
"My country did not send me to the Olympics to start the race. They sent me to finish."
Competition is the spice of sports; but if you make spice the whole meal you'll be sick!
17,000 people applied to be volunteers at the Manchester Games………
approximately 10,000 of these were successful
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Kirsty with Jonah Lomu(All blacks Rugby)
Her day to day living is severely restricted
England Team Mascott (On the far right)
“I Can think of no other little girl that has achieved so much in such a fragile little lifetime”
With David Beckham
With Peter SchmeichelEx - Manchester utd
Kirsty has already raised over £2.5 million for the Rainbow Family Trust
Kirsty's Appeal for £5 million will help many other very poorly children in the future, and be an everlasting Legacy to her bravery
Volunteer staff work around the clock to ensure these youngsters cram as much into their short years as possible whilst helping their parents come to terms with the inevitable
Kirsty is one in 60 million and was given six weeks to live (Feb 1999)
She received the biggest cheer of the Games
It is all about WINNING!
“despite being terminally ill she battles on and her inspirational bravery motivates us all”
Is Kirsty a Winner?