Level 1, 2 and 3 case studies
We have collected a number of case studies to help schools, School Games Organisers and Local Organising Committees, covering Levels 1, 2 and 3 of the School Games. The below are a small selection of these. Those registered to this website can log in (using your username and password details above) to access further case studies and resources.
Level 1: Intra-school competition
Examples of Level 1 School Games Days and case studies from the pilot areas (5.3MB)
Eight Schools provide case studies about running their School Games Day.
How to integrate young disabled people into competition (4.4MB)
The Cornwall area team describe how they have integrated young disabled people into their School Games activities.
Level 2: Inter-school competition
Barriers that prevent schools running additional teams in sports (4.7MB)
Three areas discuss the solutions they provided to encouraging school to enter B, C and D teams.
Barriers to regular league based competition (4.7MB)
Lincolnshire and Central London teams discuss barriers that prevent regular league-based activity.
Level 3: County/area competition
How to engage more young people in the School Games (4.6MB)
Find out how four very different areas in England used different methods to engage young people in the School Games.
Addressing the challenge of workforce capacity (4.4MB)
The Central London team discuss the solutions to addressing a lack of knowledge on competition delivery.
For Project Ability specific case studies please click here.
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Spotlight on the School Games
The School Games is an exciting new four level sporting competition for school children in England. The Games are designed to build on the magic of 2012 to enable every school and child to participate in competitive sport, including meaningful opportunities for disabled youngsters.