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HAUGHLEY PARK 

10K RUN

RACE 1
 10k winter series
05.12.2021

RACE 2
 10k winter series
06.02.2022

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RACE 3
 10k winter series
06.03.2022

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Haughley Park 10k Run

WINTER SERIES

HAUGHLEY PARK 10K 

 

This is a multi-terrain trail running event that takes place in 250 acres of beautiful Suffolk parkland. Haughley Park is a privately-owned country estate surrounded by ancient woodlands with excellent trails and a stunning Jacobean manor house at its heart. 

The 10K course passes through ancient woodland and forests, around the Manor House itself and across open fields. The trails and paths are well maintained and offer great trail running. 

 

The race starts at 10 am with waves of  runners every 15 minutes. Minimum Age 16.

We're working hard to reduce, reuse and recycle so please help us keep this event plastic-free!

Venue: Haughley Park, Nr Ipswich, Suffolk, IP14 3JY

WHAT TO EXPECT

 

RACE ROUTE


The course will be a 10K SINGLE loop. The start line is 400m away from the finish line. The course is mixed terrain with open grassland, track and short tarmac sections and will be clearly marked with fluorescent signs. Once you have completed the run you can head straight to your car.
THE START LINE All participants will be asked to present themselves at the start line 2 minutes before their chosen given a wave start time between 10am - 12pm, with a maximum of 30 runner going every 10 minutes. THE FINISH LINE When you cross the finish line you can go straight to your car with no interaction with any staff or other runners. Your time will be automatically recorded by ChipTimingUK




LOCATION


Entrance is on Warren Lane. Haughley Park Stowmarket Suffolk IP14 3JY LINK TO MAP




FACILITY INFORMATION


Portable Toilets will be available. No water stations or refreshments. Parking will be clearly marked. There will be no bag drop facilities.




PARKING


The Car park is free and will be clearly marked out making sure you can adhere to social distancing.




KEY INFORMATION - INCLUDING SOCIAL DISTANCING MEASURES


The event will fully comply with the most up to date Gov't guidelines available and we will update our procedures as and when necessary. Our commitment to you is to deliver a safe, controlled event you can enjoy. No dogs on site. All registration is online. No registration on the day. POSTAL SERVICE All bib numbers, timing tags and medals will be posted out pre-race. All packets will be made up as far in advance of the event. The persons packing the packets will wear face masks, gloves and use alcohol-based hand gel. THE COURSE The course will be wide enough to allow overtaking of at least 1+m spacing. It will be a looped course with a separate start and finish line. Ensuring Runners arriving at the start and runners who have just finished will not mix. THE START LINE All participants will choose a wave start time at the point of registration, with a maximum of 30 runners going every 10 minutes. 2-metre distancing will be required at the start area. Runners will be asked to present themselves at the start line 2 minutes before their chosen wave. A high vis race clock will display the time. THE FINISH LINE When you cross the finish line you can go straight to your car with no interaction with any staff or other runners. Your time will be automatically recorded by ChipTimingUK MEDIC A fully trained private medic will be on site. STAFF Inspire Races Staff will be clearly visible. It will be our role to ensure that social distancing is adhered to throughout the day. All staff will have face masks, gloves, and hand sanitizer available to them. WATER STATIONS There will be NO water stations or refreshments available at the event. You will need to bring your own water supply. There will not be a bag drop. TOILETS Portable toilets will be available and will BE disinfected in line with requirements. **RACE ROUTE** The course will be a 10K SINGLE loop. The start line is 400m away from the finish line. The course is mixed terrain with open grassland, track and short tarmac sections and will be clearly marked with fluorescent signs. Once you have completed the run you can head straight to your car. THE START LINE All participants will be asked to present themselves at the start line 2 minutes before their chosen given a wave start time between 10am - 12pm, with a maximum of 30 runners going every 10 minutes. THE FINISH LINE When you cross the finish line you can go straight to your car with no interaction with any staff or other runners. Your time will be automatically recorded by ChipTimingUK





EVENT INFORMATION

 

 

SCHEDULE

 

10K RACE

09:00 REGISTRATION OPENS 

10K EVENT STARTS EVERY 30 MINUTES

Biology / Anatomy & Physiology Lab Intensive


(This is the lab intensive for standard high school level Biology) Some students attend only the Biology Lab Intensive or only the Chemistry Lab Intensive, and some attend both, the Biology and Chemistry Lab Intensives - they can complete them both in 3 intense but fun days! ----- Daily Schedule Biology First day, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Second day, 9:00 am - 12:00 noon Academic credit: 1 year of Biology / Anatomy & Physiology Labs Student grade range: 7th - 12th Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites. Appropriate background information is presented prior to and during each lab that is performed. This lab intensive can be attended: - Before a student takes Biology - While a student is taking Biology - Or, after a student has taken Biology When taking Biology / Anatomy & Physiology classes after attending our Lab Intensive, the class material will be much easier to comprehend - because students already understand the application of what they're learning in classes. For students who have taken Biology / Anatomy & Physiology classes prior to our Lab Intensive, these labs will bring their book knowledge to life. Teacher: Greg Landry, homeschool dad and former college professor with over 20 years of teaching experience. Travel to intensive: Students may commute from home each day or families may find local overnight accommodations. Approximately 30% of families travel from over two hours away and spend the night near the intensive. The lab intensives are usually held in the meeting room of a hotel - typically Hampton, Homewood Suites, or Hilton Garden Inn. Lunch and snack breaks: We'll take a lunch break and morning and afternoon breaks. Students should bring a brown bag lunch, snacks, and a bottle of water. What is provided to students: As part of our Biology / Anatomy & Physiology Lab Intensive each student will receive instruction, all supplies, specifmens, a lab manual, apron, colored pens, and a certificate of completion. Who can attend: In the interest of students, our lab intensives are for registered students only - not parents, siblings, friends, etc. - What should you bring? A basic calculator (or phone), a brown bag lunch, snacks, and a water bottle each day. - Email reminder: We'll send you email several weeks prior to the intensive reminding you of the dates, time, and location. - Students will learn how to collect data appropriately and prepare and critique college-quality lab reports.
- Students will record their experiment data, graphs, etc. in their lab manual. We'll also discuss the critical importance of graphing to develop process reasoning and critical thinking skills that affect not only science but all aspects of life. - Students will learn to think critically and deeply about scientific processes. - We'll discuss what they need to know about high school academics and successfully handling college academics.. and how to relate to their professors and peers in college and beyond. We'll also discuss what they should be doing now to achieve their future goals! It's two days packed with learning, fun, and fellowship. Laboratory Topics Covered - We'll perform autopsy style dissections:
=> Sheep brain
=> Frog
- We'll do an experiment to quantify and study diffusion and osmosis - We'll isolate each students DNA as we study genetics
- Acid / base assessments will be performed
- Metric system applications to Biology and medicine
- We'll do blood type and Rh Factor determinations on each student.
- Students will construct and learn the critical importance of graphing.
- To study the respiratory system, we'll inflate preserved healthy and smoker's lungs to investigate anatomical and physiological differences
- Students will eat candy, etc. for breakfast to produce a "glucose load challenge" to help them understand the pancreas, glucose absorption, diabetes, normal and abnormal glucose response curves, and the production and function of insulin. (usually done in college level anatomy labs)
- Using stereoscopes and microscopes, we'll look at the microscopic aspects of life.
- We'll use Phenylthiocarbamide to study genetics
- We'll do experiments to study the cardiovascular system, anatomy, heart rate, blood pressure, hemoglobin saturation, etc. - Student's will study the muscles and bones. - Students will learn how to prepare and critique college-quality lab reports - Students will learn to follow detailed experimental procedures.
- And more. Real Life We'll discuss what they need to know about high school academics and successfully handling college academics.. and how to relate to their professors and peers in college and beyond. We'll also discuss what they should be doing now to achieve their future goals! I'll tell them cadaver lab stories and "real-life" life lessons from the college human anatomy lab. They'll work hard, laugh, talk about serious topics, have fun, and finish the lab intensive with a lab manual of data representing their work. "Greg, what a refreshing change it was to see all those kids having so much fun with high school science. And, it was so wonderful to get so much done in two days. Katie didn't know what to expect but loved the experience. She said you immediately put them at ease and the time flew by. In fact, her first question to me after the second day was if she could do another intensive. Science in our household has been reinvigorated - thank you!." Jenny




Chemistry Lab Intensive


This is the lab intensive for standard high school level Chemistry. Some students attend only the Biology Lab Intensive or only the Chemistry Lab Intensive, and some attend both, the Biology and Chemistry Lab Intensives - they can complete them both in 3 intense but fun days! ----- Daily Schedule Chemistry First day, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm Second day, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Academic credit: 1 year of Chemistry Labs Student grade range: 8th - 12th Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites. Appropriate background information is presented prior to and during each lab that is performed. This lab intensive can be attended: - Before a student takes Chemistry - While a student is taking Chemistry - Or after a student has taken Chemistry When taking a Chemistry class after attending our Lab Intensive, the class material will be much easier to comprehend - because students already understand the application of what they're learning in classes. For students who have taken a Chemistry class prior to our Lab Intensive, these labs will bring their book knowledge to life.
Teacher: Greg Landry, homeschool dad and former college professor with over 20 years teaching experience. Lunch and snack breaks: We'll take a lunch break and morning and afternoon breaks. Students should bring a brown bag lunch, a bottle of water, and snacks. Travel to intensive: Students may commute from home each day or families may find local overnight accommodations. Approximately 30% of families travel from over two hours away and spend the night near the intensive. The lab intensives are usually held in the meeting room of a hotel - typically Hampton, Homewood Suites, or Hilton Garden Inn. What is provided to students: As part of our Chemistry Lab Intensive each student will receive instruction, all supplies, a lab manual, apron, colored pens, one of the 92 naturally occurring elements to take home, and a certificate of completion. Who can attend: In the interest of students, our lab intensives are for registered students only - not parents, siblings, friends, etc. - What should you bring? A basic calculator (or phone) a brown bag lunch, snack, and bottle of water each day - Email reminder: We'll send you email several weeks prior to the intensive reminding you of the dates, time, and location. - Students will learn how to collect data appropriately and prepare and critique college-quality lab reports.
- Students will record their experiment data, graphs, etc. in their lab manual. We'll also discuss the critical importance of graphing to develop reasoning and critical thinking skills that affect not only science but all aspects of life. - Students will learn to think critically and deeply about scientific processes. - We'll discuss what they need to know about high school academics and successfully handling college academics.. and how to relate to their professors and peers in college and beyond. We'll also discuss what they should be doing now to achieve their future goals! It's two days packed with learning, fun, and fellowship. They'll work hard, laugh, talk about serious topics, have fun, and finish the lab intensive with a lab manual of data representing their work. Laboratory Topics Covered Students will record and analyze quantitative and qualitative experimental data, graphs, etc. in their lab manual and learn how to prepare and critique college-quality lab reports. An emphasis will be placed on graphing, designing and conducting an experiment and analyzing data. Topics covered: Introduction to scientific thinking Collecting data & producing a college-quality lab report Properties of gases Atoms and matter Elements, moles & periodic table Density and chemistry Chemical kinetics Colligative properties Freezing point depression Chemical polymers & surface area Oscillating chemical reactions Metric system and chemical applications - Students will learn how to prepare and critique college-quality lab reports - Students will learn to follow detailed experimental procedures.
- And more. Real Life We'll discuss what they need to know about high school academics and successfully handling college academics.. and how to relate to their professors and peers in college and beyond. We'll also discuss what they should be doing now to achieve their future goals! I'll tell them cadaver lab stories and "real-life" life lessons from the college human anatomy lab. They'll work hard, laugh, talk about serious topics, have fun, and finish the two lab intensive with a lab manual of data representing their work. "Greg, what a refreshing change it was to see all those kids having so much fun with high school science. And, it was so wonderful to get so much done in two days. Katie didn't know what to expect but loved the experience. She said you immediately put them at ease and the time flew by. In fact, her first question to me after the second day was if she could do another intensive. Science in our household has been reinvigorated - thank you!." Jenny





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