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Step-It-Up Challenge 2.0

Step-It-Up Challenge 2.0


The aim of the Step-It-Up Challenge is to encourage students and staff to increase their daily physical activity levels. This year’s theme, Supehero Geneus, also allows students and staff to demonstrate class unity by participating together to complete the challenge.

“This year, I can see more students from my class putting in effort to participate. I can also see a lot of teachers running. I think that they are also putting in effort to keep fit and have fun with the students.” 

“I think this year’s Step-It-Up is more fun because compared to last year, there are more teachers and students participating in the challenge. I think this programme is a good platform for us to improve our physical fitness.” 

“This Step-It-Up Challenge is a good opportunity for people like me to exercise because most of the time I don’t play during recess and will be reading in the library.” 

“I think more people are taking part in the Step-It-Up Challenge this year because they want to collect the Geneus keychains and show them to their parents and make them proud.” 

“I think Step-It-Up is a good programme because it not only allows student to lead a healthy lifestyle, but also lets the teachers to exercise together with the students. I hope they will continue this every year.”

Nur Muhsinah Bte Mohd Sulaiman – Primary 6 2018
I feel that nowadays as there are more fast food outlets, the intake of fast food by my family is higher, and I would like to get fitter. The school was giving us the opportunity to stay fit through the Step-It-Up Challenge so I grabbed the chance and hoped for a fruitful result. I learnt that exercise and having a healthy lifestyle is very important if we want to live a longer and more active life. I honestly felt very tired sometimes during Step-It-Up, but I felt happy to be running with my friends. We were so proud when our class came in first place! We were thankful that our teachers ran with us too. What kept us going? 3 words – Just do it!

Mohamed Sameer – Primary 6 2018
I love to run and Step-It-Up was all about running. It also teaches us to exercise to keep ourselves fit and healthy. It was really fun as we will receive badges and stamps to help keep track of the distance we have run. The greater distance we ran, the more motivated we were to run further. The inter-class competition also encouraged us to do our best. I think my class showed Resilience and Determination. I did not give up and at the end of the challenge, I am very proud to have run 42km! I hope we will have Step-It-Up again soon.