Please scroll below to print off information on Participation Certificates, Fundraising, Traffic Management plans, STC Site Layout Maps, Code of Conduct, Bike maintenance Checklist and the STC cheat sheet for teachers and parents.
You can type students names directly into these certificates and then print off or simply print one off and copy then write names into them.
Step 1: Please click on the following link to set up your very own online fundraising page:
Step 2: Click on Start Fundraising (in blue box at top right of page)
Step 3: Sign up with email address, full name, phone number and create your own password.
NOTE: Please put your schools name in the address box (not your home address or school address), we need this so we can track what funds have been raised from what school to be able to pay your school the full 20% back of all funds raised.
Step 4: Follow all prompts to individualise your very own fundraising page (you can add photos and choose your own colours)
Step 5: Once your page is set up, get mum and Dad / family to help you by sending an email out with your fundraising link, to family and friends, work colleagues and associates on their list asking if they will help support you by donating to your fundraising page. Let them know that you are going to take on the STC and that you are also raising funds for Diabetes Tasmania to help out others.
Great Prizes for top fundraisers and 20% of all money raised by students at your school gets paid back directly to your school.
The Schools Triathlon Challenge and Diabetes Tasmania have now built a partnership to help improve lifestyle choices and health habits of young Tasmanians and their families. We all need to work together to make sure that we have a well balanced diet, enough vigorous exercise daily and good knowledge and understanding on how to go about this. Please see the Nutrition Tab in the “Tips” tab at the top of the page to read some nutritional advice about preparing for your big day.
It is hoped that in time this fundraising partnership will help out many people / families affected by Diabetes and also raise some funds for your school at the same time.
This year when you participate in the Schools Triathlon Challenge you can FUNDRAISE your way to some great prizes!
OUR TOTAL GOALS this year, with your help are:
$3,270.00 will help us send two participants to diabetes camp
$6,000.00 will help send four families to diabetes camp
$9,870.00 will help us send six participants to diabetes camp
If you raise over $10.00 you will go into the draw to win 1 of 5 Hobart Hurricanes Memberships for BBL|06 or 1 of 20 junior tickets to the Hobart Hurricanes vs Melbourne Stars on 26 December 2016
If you raise over $20.00 you will go into the draw to win 1 of 5 pairs of running shoes from The Running Edge.
If you raise over $50.00 you will go into the draw to win a family trip on one of the Pennicott Boat Cruises.
A little bit about diabetes camps … as a part of the partnership between the Schools Triathlon Challenge and Diabetes Tasmania, this year you have a chance to not only be active, help improve your health and challenge yourself – you can also help young Tasmanians living with type 1 diabetes through the Diabetes Tasmania, Type One Youth (TOYS) Program. Money raisied will go back to the TOYS program to help fund vital camps which are attended by children as young as 18 months up to young adults aged up to 24.
Our five different camps are for every child with type 1 diabetes, and their families. Some of the children have never met another person with type 1 diabetes and this can make them feel alone and isolated – camps change this.
During our camps the children are supported and encouraged to develop the skills, confidence, and self-awareness to deal with the challenges that come from living with diabetes – a disease that will never go away and that they will have to live with, and manage, every minute, of every day of their lives.
Traffic Management Plan
The below traffic management flow map and notes have been provided to help ensure the safest possible drop off and collection of students at the STC. It is also to raise awareness that there will be specific traffic flow plans in place on the day. Can you please ensure that your bus drivers and parents are aware of these plans, so that they know what to do when they arrive on site at the event.
STC Site Layouts
These Layout maps give you an idea of how the event site is physically set up when you arrive on site at the Schools Triathlon Challenge.
Code of Conduct
The Schools Triathlon Challenge follows the Junior Sport Codes of behaviour document to help ensure that everyone involved has a positive experience, including players / students, parents, coaches, teachers, administrators, officials, media and spectators. This document has been put together by the Australian Sports Commission as part of their “Fair Play” initiative and is aimed at making sure physical activity / sport provides “A fair go for Young Australians”
Please click here to view or download the Junior_Sport_-_Codes_of_Behaviour
Bike Maintenance Checklist
It is very important that you turn up to the Schools Triathlon Challenge with a bike that has been serviced and is in good working order, you must also be wearing a bike helmet that meets Australian Standard. Please have a look at the document below for a brief checklist of what to look for to make sure your bike is in good running order for your big day. It is also critical that your tires are pumped up and ready to go before you arrive at the Schools Triathlon Challenge..
Please click here to view or print off the Bike Maintenance Checklist
Schools Triathlon Challenge Cheat Sheet for Teachers and Parents
The STC Cheat sheet gives some final information that may help with preparing your school teams, students or children as it gets closer to the event day. Teachers please feel free to save this document and make changes to details so that it suits your schools organisation for the event, I add my own schools details into this document and send home with students with an event timetable or info about accessing the STC website to parents as it helps make sure that everyone is as well informed as they can be.
Please click here to view, print off or save the STC cheat-sheet-for-schools-parents