Event Description

HIIT Class - Battle of the Halls


Wednesday 23 September 2020


4pm - 4:45pm


Sportspark Hall 4
HIIT Class - Battle of the Halls

Our Battle of the Halls programme kicks off with a month of FREE group exercise classes for all students to enjoy. Grab your friends and join us for some Welcome fun! Please see description below for COVID-19 related amendments and documents.

Battle of the Halls is our intra-mural programme open to all students to represent their current hall of residence as first year students or previous residence as second year, third year or postgraduates. We also have a team for commuter students to participate alongside the student hall teams.

Grab your new or old flat mates and join us for our fun and interactive programme throughout the year! 

Spaces are limited so please sign up online if you’d like to attend! Wear appropriate clothing and footwear for exercising.

Session terms and conditions

By booking on the session you are agreeing to take responsiiblity to read the COVID-19 related amendments to the session (listed below) that summarise the alterations to our sessions. More detail on risk assessment and session work procedures can be found by following this link: https://bit.ly/3mrBPtV. It is your responsiiblity to familriase yourself with these documents.

COVID-19 Related amendments to the session

All participants can access COVID-19 session alterations, work instructions and risk asssessments via this link: https://bit.ly/3mrBPtV. Below is a summary of the changes required for the sessions to be able to go ahead. 

  • Participants to observe 2m social distancing at all times
  • Hand sanitiser is available – just ask the volunteer/staff member leading the session.
  • You are welcome to wear a face mask but it is not required if you don’t want to.
  • If you are feeling unwell let one of the volunteers know.
  • Make sure you have signed in.
  • We may be taking photos/filming so let one of the volunteers know if you do not want to be in any photos/videos
  • Any concerns or questions please contact uea+sport via either studentsport@uea.ac.uk or call 01603 597297


We're committed to making sure all Do Something Different events are as accessible as possible for all students.

This event requires physical activities and may not be suitable for those with allergies to dogs. 

Any attendees with individual concerns about their accessibility are advised to contact uea+sport via studentsport@uea.ac.uk for additional support. 

uea+sport privacy notice

Sessions are organised and run by uea+sport and may require some information from you regarding your participant in the session. Therefore please visit the uea+sport/Sportspark privacy notice to understand what datas we may require and how we use it. This can be found here: https://www.sportspark.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Sportspark-Data-Protection-Policy.pdf

What is Do Something Different?

The Do Something Different Programme is about trying a new activity and sparking your interests! We aim to encourage greater student interaction from across schools, liberations and courses that build your knowledge and skills as individuals. Perhaps you've been looking to try a new sport, attending a live music performance, or dabbling in an academic subject that piques your interest? We collate a wide variety of different activities happening across campus - from sports and games, to trips and extracurricular lectures! 

There's always something happening every single day, and most events are absolutely free or cost very little! The best events will return during the Do Something Different Festival in Semester Two - a week-long celebration in which teaching is suspended for you to try a huge range of activities! Stay tuned for the full Festival programme coming soon! 

If you had a great time at a DSD event, make sure you head to the website and leave your feedback and stories! Tell us about your ideas and what you want to see under Do Something Different.

Keep up to date with all of our DSD events by checking our Calendar (www.uea.su/dsd), and follow us on Twitter at @UEASU_DSD and uea+sport via instagram and Twitter @ueasport.