This week is your last chance to represent Hillingdon borough in the virtual games this year. Complete the challenges released on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and let us know you have participated by clicking 'submit your scores', activities may just require name/ school details to show you have participated, others activities may need you to input your scores.
Hillingdon Borough are now 17th, moving up 6 places from last week!
Get your friends and family involved too!
Here is an example of the types of challenges so far....
Week 1 - Netball 5 shot challenge, 60 second burpee challenge, bottle cap challenge
Week 2 - Basketball cross over dribble challenge, sit out challenge and kick up challenge
Week 3 - Hit every beat, bicycle crunches, and Indian dribbling.
This weeks challenges...
Monday’s challenge: TARGET BATTING CHALLENGE
You have 5 attempts to hit any of the 3 targets when hitting a ball off a batting tee or other object.
You will receive 1 point for each target you hit. The maximum score is 5. If you don’t have a cricket bat, a ball or a batting tee, get creative. You can use a frying pan, a pair of rolled up socks and a toilet roll. You can use any household objects as your targets.
Lay four markers on the floor with 1, 2, 4 and 6 written on them. These are your targets. You have 60 seconds to try to hit as many of the targets as possible by throwing or rolling different balls or objects at them.
Each time you hit a target you will receive the number of points written on that target. You can use any type of ball, a pair of rolled up socks, a scrunched up piece of paper or any other soft object. Just make sure you have enough to throw in 60 seconds.
How many times can you bounce a ball off a wall using alternate hands in 60 seconds without dropping it?
You will receive 1 point each time you catch the ball. If you don’t have a ball, try using a pair of rolled up socks, a toilet roll or a scrunched up piece of paper. If you want to create a target like Jakab, you could stick a piece of paper to the wall or mark a target in chalk.
You must run 1 mile and then virtually pass the baton on to as many friends and teammates from your Borough as possible.
The Borough with the most participants running 1 mile will score the most points. Don’t forget to confirm your participation. Submit Your Score to let us know you took part.