Friday, February 28 saw 15 teachers attend the second Run Beyond Project Teacher Training Day, equipping them with the necessary skills to successfully implement the program in their own school settings.
Seven new schools were attended the event, with Riverstone High School, Gulgong High School, Plumpton High School, Engadine High School, Vincentia High School, Lightening Ridge High School and Denison College – Kelso High Campus all being represented for the first time.
Teachers enjoyed the day immensely and are all eagerly awaiting the opportunity to empower their students as they commence Run Beyond at their respective schools in the coming months.
Haven’t caught up with the latest Run Beyond news yet? Click here to get the low-down on what’s been happening with our first Beyond News for the year.
In this edition we recap a lot of the highlights from last year as we look forward to helping more students in need across more schools in 2020 and beyond!
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Perception is a powerful thing. As humans, we all see ourselves in a certain light, and often, we cast our own perceptions on those who we meet.
For Manar, a 16 year old from Evans High School, her identity had been shaped by the fact she was an Iraqi Muslim refugee. She had spent the first 11 years of her life in war torn countries, and when she came to Australia, she found that having an accent often set her apart from others. However…
As runners, we sometimes think of our experiences numerically. X-many parkruns. A sub x marathon.
Similarly, at Run Beyond, we’ve looked forward for a few months now, to the ton – our 100th graduate. And in November we achieved this, at the Central Coast Half Marathon and 10km where we had 21 students from across two schools, Chester Hill High School and Narrabeen Sports High.
On Saturday, September 8, five students from Nambucca Heads High School lined up at the start line of the 10km Fun Run at the Coffs Harbour Running Festival after months of training in preparation with their teacher and coach Michelle Versluys. Nervous but full of...
Recently The Run Beyond Project was presented with a much-needed cheque for $10,000 by the charitable foundation of the Australian Financial Planning Association – Future2.
Ok, competition time and we're taking it to the people. Yep, that's you. We're in the process of getting some vertical banners completed and want to know which one you think most clearly and concisely gets across our message. You know what we do, so have your say. You...
Welcome to the new Run Beyond Project site, brought to you by our friends at The Good Alliance!
On Sunday, 14 January, 5 dedicated young people from Chester Hill High School reaped the benefits of 6 months of consistent hard work as they completed their first half-marathon at the Cadbury Marathon running festival in Hobart, Tasmania.
The Run Beyond project is a charity which uses running as a medium to help students facing adversity; learn goal setting, commitment, resilience and to feel a sense of belonging.
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