Good Reels for Good Feels Competition

Good Reels for Good Feels Competition

  • Year 3 - 6
  • Health and Physical Education
  • Health
  • Physical Education
  • Social
  • Mental Health
  • Physical Health
  • ...

The Good Reels for Good Feels Video Competition provides students with an opportunity to create a health and well-being tutorial-style video that demonstrates inclusion and creativity. Some people have barriers that cause them to be unable to participate in wellness activities in the same way that others might. While often these people become experts at adapting, they still need support in many instances. Anything from a physical or mental disability to mental health issues can interrupt a person’s capacity to fully participate in wellness activities without additional support. This is why it’s really important that we all take responsibility for learning about the different barriers that people might face and how we can provide additional support.

This two-lesson unit for Years 3 - 6 will explore the importance of inclusivity in wellness activities, and scaffold students to create their very own wellness video to enter into the Good Reels for Good Feels Film Competition. Film entries should be no longer than 90 seconds, and should address one of the four health and wellbeing categories (moving our bodies, making healthy and safe choices, learning through movement, positive interactions with others). Entries close 30 September 2023. For more information visit the Good Reels for Good Feels Film Competition website.

One major prize-winning school will receive a Sydney Swans Gurnsey signed by the whole 2023 squad, as well as a school visit from 1 AFL player and 1 AFLW player. Seven minor prize-winning schools will receive Sydney Swans merchandise. How cool is that?

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Explicit instruction on the topic, increasing in complexity and breadth of knowledge.

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Contextualising knowledge and inspiring students through real-world examples. These lessons feature stories of inspirational people and organisations making a difference to help bring the learning to life.

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