Physical Recreation, Skills & Voluntary Service Sections
Working towards the Physical Recreation, Skills & Voluntary Service Sections
For the Physical Recreation, Skills and Voluntary Service Sections, you will receive support and advice from your Award Leader who will be working with you throughout your participation in the Award. The following Action Plan is suggested:
- Attend an Online Record Book Registration Workshop.
- Attend an Award Leader Sections Presentation Session.
- Find an appropriate activity for each of the three Sections and submit your proposed activities together with your goals (make sure your goals are S.M.A.R.T.) and assessors' details for approval by completing your Online Record Book.
- You can start your activities only once your Award Leader has approved them.
- Once your activities are approved please make sure you collect your Record Sheets from your Award Leader.
- Make sure you keep a log of each of your activities on your Record Sheets and the ORB.
- Once a Section is completed you should upload your Record Sheet on the ORB and then also submit the Section for approval.
S.M.A.R.T. goalsMake sure you set S.M.A.R.T. goals for your chosen activities by answering the following questions:
- Specific - Your goal should be as specific as possible and answer the questions: What is your goal? How often or how much? Where will it take place?
- Measurable - How will you measure your goal? Measurement will give you specific feedback and hold you accountable
- Attainable - Goals should push you, but it is important that they are achievable. Are your goals attainable?
- Realistic - Is your goal and timeframe realistic for the goal you established?
- Timely - Do you have a timeframe listed in your SMART goal? This helps you be accountable and helps in motivation.
TimescalesMinimum timescale for each level by section
|Bronze||3 months||3 months||3 months||All participants
must do an extra
3 months in
Skills or Service
|2 days + 1 night|
|Silver||6 months||6 months||6 months||Non Bronze
holders must do
an extra 6 months
in either Physical
Skills or Service
|3 days + 2 nights|
|Gold*||12 months||12 months||12 months||Non Silver holders
must do an extra
6 months in
Skills or Service
|4 days + 3 nights|
|*Plus additional requirement of 5 days & 4 nights Residential Project|
Physical Recreation SectionAim: To encourage participation in Physical Recreation and improvement of performance
This sections aims to help participants have fun, meet new people, develop their physical fitness and performance, achieve a sense of satisfaction and hopefully acquire a lifelong interest. Participants should achieve proper instruction and supervision in their chosen activity so that they can participate under safe conditions. Participation may be on an individual or a group/team basis but progress must be assessed on a personal basis. Examples of physical recreation activities include martial arts, fitness and dancing.
School extra-curricular activities that can count towards the Physical Recreation section:
- Athletics Team (Years 3-7) - Mr Yiannos Papaioannou
- Basketball Club (Years 3-7) - Mr Yiannos Papaioannou
- Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Club (Years 3-7) - Mr Gregoris Demetriou
- Choreography Club (Years 3-7) - Mr Yiannos Papaioannou
- Fitness Club (Year 3) - Mr Yiannos Papaioannou
- Football Club (Years 3-7) - Mr Yiannos Papaioannou
- Futsal Club (Boys Years 3-7) - Mr Yiannos Papaioannou
- Hockey Team (Years 3-7) - Mr Yiannos Papaioannou
- Running Club (Years 3-7) - Mr Philip Georghiades & Mr Lenos Hadjikos
- Table Tennis Club (Years 3-7) - Mr Yiannos Papaioannou
- Tennis Club (Years 3-7) - Mr Yiannos Papaioannou
- Volleyball Club (Years 3-7) - Mr Yiannos Papaioannou
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Skills SectionAim: To encourage the development of personal interests and practical skills
This section encourages participants to take up or continue a personal interest, showing evidence of effort and individual progress. Skill activities include:
- Non-physical hobbies like playing a musical instrument
- Vocational or job-related skills such as carpentry or typing
- A study on a particular topic such as candle-making
- Arts & crafts such as painting or pottery
- Games such as chess
- Performance skills such as theatre
School extra-curricular activities that can count towards the Skills section:
- Astronomy Club (Years 3-7) - Ms Katie Demetriou
- 'The Bookworms' Reading for Fun club (Year 3) - Dr Selma Karayalcin
- Community Art Club (Year 3) - Ms Eva Aresti
- Conferecning and Greek Debate (Years 4-6) - Ms Dina Penga
- Cyber Security Club (Year 3) - Ms Thekla Papastavrou
- Drama & Theatre Club (Year 3) - Ms Lena Kasiou
- D&T Club (Years 3-7) - Ms Nicoletta Stavrides & Ms Olia Antoniadou
- Economics Olympiad (Year 7) - Mr Tryfonas Hadjichristoforou
- English Junior Debate (Year 3) - Ms Emily Papandreou
- EYP (Years 4-7) - Ms Virginia Rengel Kefala
- F1 in Schools (Years 3-7) - Mr Stelios Theodosiou
- FTC Club (Years 4-7) - Ms Stelios Theodosiou & Ms Thekla Papastavrou
- Gardening Club (Years 3-7) - Mr Demos Kaoullas
- Greek Creative Writing (Year 3) - Ms Christina Ioakimidou & Ms Ioanna Koronaki
- Greek Debate (Year 3) - Mr Panos Polyzogopoulos
- Junior Journalism Club (Year 3) - Ms Anna Melis
- Music Choir/Orchestra (Years 3-7) - Ms Monica Theodotou
- Radio Club (Years 3-7) - Ms Katie Demetriou
- Robotics Club (Year 3) - Ms Christina Varnava-Vasou
- Senior Debate Society (Years 4-7) - Ms Katerina Ralli & Ms Rosalind Scourti
- St Johns Ambulance First Aid (Years 3-7)
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Aim: To learn how to give useful service to others
Voluntary Service Section
Participants should undertake an activity in which they give service to others, from which they should be able to gain new experiences for personal development. Examples of Service activities include:
- Charity work
- Helping individuals in need e.g. the elderly, handicapped
- Voluntary work in hospitals, kindergartens etc.
- Working with children e.g. sports coaching
- Environmental work
- Working with the emergency services
- Learning and practising a personal skill e.g. first aid, lifesaving
School extra-curricular activities that can count towards the Voluntary Service section:
- Chain of Change (Years 3-7) - Ms Stalo Achilleos, Ms Ioanna Nicolaou & Ms Niki Melanidou
- ECO Schools (Years 3-7) - Mr Nicholas Charalambous, Ms Nastazia Mavromichalou & Dr Maria Koutsoudis
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