How To Follow Us
Staying up to date with us...
There are multiple ways to follow us during the 2016/17 academic year. Remember to stay in touch via any of the communication channels below...
Our Twitter page is our well-established first stop for information, with live updates across the School Games, we promise that you'll get all of your crucial School Games news, information and offers through our feed. With almost 8,000 followers as of August 2016, we're aiming to hit five figures for the first time during the 2015/16 academic year!
You can follow us by clicking here, or by searching @YourSchoolGames.
We've created ourselves a brand new Facebook page for the 2016/17 academic year. We'll be bringing you the same great up to date info, but with more depth than ever before. You can also check out the latest events and opportunities we've got coming up and even give us a review - but only if you're feeling kind!
You can like our page by clicking here, or by searching @yourschoolgames2.
For all you young people out there, we're also on Instagram, and we'll be posting weekly messages through our account to help you follow the School Games values. Follow our page now to get inspired!
You can follow us by clicking here, or by seaching @yourschoolgames.
You can also subscribe to our YouTube channel. During the 2015/16 academic year we'll be posting regular videos and help tutorials to help you interact more with the School Games. There are also loads of great ones on there already to help you find out more about us.
You can subscribe to our channel by clicking here, or by searching YourSchoolGames.
If you have a problem or you simply prefer the old fashioned method, you can drop us a line at email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you!
Interact with us more by creating your own blog on the School Games website. Click on the link below to find out what's changed with the Reward and Recognition Scheme for the 2016/17 academic year!
School Games Values
The Spirit of the Games Values were developed by young people to identify what the experience of school sport should be built around, and focus on personal excellence through competition.