Posted by Jackie on 28-Sep-2012
There’s nothing like a hug from a physie friend when you’re about to compete.
You know that, when you’re out there on the floor, your friend will be cheering for you.
And when you come off, no matter what happens, they’ll be there for you with a smile and a pat on the back.
When you win, they’re happy for you.
When you lose, they understand your disappointment and they’re still proud of you because you did your best.
A physie friend is a friend for life.
Click on ‘read more’ to see a “Gallery of Physie Friendship”.
Posted by Jackie on 27-Sep-2012
You’ve seen the video clip (see blog 17/9 if you haven’t!) Now check out the gallery of great photos from the Mount Ousley physie girls’ performance at the Australian Dance Festival. Click on any of the photos to launch the gallery…
Posted by Jackie on 26-Sep-2012
“Dance is music made visible.” George Balanchine
BJP Physie girls at Australian Dance Festival – more great photos soon…
Posted by Maxine on 24-Sep-2012
I was helping to hand out medals at Mid-North Coast Zone. I approached a little girl who didn’t make the final to present her with a participation medal. She was 6 or 7 years old and this conversation ensued:
She: Do I get a medal?
Me: Yes you DO get a medal.
She: Do I get to keep it?
Posted by Candice on 21-Sep-2012
“Sportsmanship for me is when a guy walks off the court and you really can’t tell whether he won or lost because he carries himself with pride either way.”
Posted by Candice on 20-Sep-2012
Q: What’s your involvement with BJP Physie?
A: My daughter Kendall is in the 7 years.
Q: How long has she been doing physie?
A: This is her second year.
Q: And how’s it going?
A: She just competed at the zone on Saturday and it was a wonderful, wonderful day! She and her best friend Ivy made the final and are off to Repechage together. Although neither of them placed, I can honestly say it was the proudest day of Kendalls’ life!
Q: What’s the best aspect of physie in your opinion?
A: It’s the incredible positive impact it has on my daughter.
Q: And what do you think is responsible for that?
A: Without doubt it’s Kendall’s teacher, Miss Alex (who just sat through a whole weekend of competitions at 36 weeks pregnant). She’s an asset to the organisation. In fact, all the teachers at our club are creating amazing, confident girls and it’s just fantastic!