About the Games
What is available here?
This section of the website will tell you everything you need to know about the basics behind the School Games. There are six tabs available - which you can access using the menu on the left-hand side - and all of them can be used to discover more about the School Games.
For your guidance, we have included a brief summary of what's available below:
Find out exactly how the School Games is structured in to four unique levels of activity: intra-school, inter-school, festivals, and the School Games themselves - the 2016 edition of which will take place in Loughborough later this year. Here, we explain exactly how young athletes are able to progress through the system to reach the different levels of competition and give a brief overview of what you can expect to find at a particular type of event.
Are you a School Games Organiser? Are you representing a school? Or are you a parent or young person looking to find more information? Visit the Programme Reach page to be redirected to information specific for you. Here, you can also find a brief overview of how the School Games is delivered.
The School Games prides itself on being inclusive to all. Here, you can find out more about what makes that possible, view our inclusive specific sport formats and discover more about the success of our bespoke project - known as 'Project Ability'. There are also a wide selection of case studies which we hope will inspire you to ensure that your own School Games competitions are as inclusive as possible.
We have collected a number of case studies to help schools, School Games Organisers and Local Organising Committees, covering intra-school (Levels 1); inter-school (Level 2) and School Games Festivals (Level 3). A small section of case studies can be found here, while those registered to this website can log in to access further case studies and resources.
Find out more about our various supporting partners, including Sport England and the Youth Sport Trust. The School Games would not be possible without the incredible support we receive from these organisations.
If you have any questions about the School Games website, including the password protected dashboards available to schools, SGOs and LOCs, we ask that you first visit the FAQ section. We attempt to keep this as up to date as possible and there's a strong chance that someone has had the same query as you.
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