Your School Games
Sport in the UK has never been more exciting and you can be part of it!
The School Games is your chance to get involved. Whether it is participating in the different sports, leading others, volunteering or adding to the atmosphere at matches played at your school, there is something for everyone.
- What sports are played at your school?
- How does your school celebrate or report on matches?
- Always wanted to play in a team but never got selected?
- Ever had an opinion on a referee and thought you could do better but never had a chance?
With the School Games your school can choose from over 30 different sports to run inter-form, inter-house or even inter-school matches and what’s more there will be loads of opportunities to put your own stamp on how they are run.
In partnership with your teachers the School Games can be a great way of bringing different areas of the school together. Whether its the school band playing at the start of games, or developing a team of reporters to record the match highlights and interview players or even creating a sports information team to capture statistics, whatever your interest the School Games could be the platform to showcase your talent.
If you are good at something why not celebrate it? There are a number of fantastic curriculum competitions for you to enter with some amazing prizes and opportunities at a regional or even national level, including masterclasses with experts in your chosen field.
The School Games is where heroes and heroines will be discovered and legends made, be part of it by getting involved today! Speak to your PE or sport teacher today to register your school.
Has your school registered yet?
The School Games is a celebration of competitive sport that will involve all young people in years 3 to 13, of all abilities and backgrounds. Don’t miss out on your school being involved. Registration is open for schools in England.
Spotlight on the sports
We have created new sports formats for intra and inter-school competition to encourage all young people to participate, including those with disabilities. The formats are split into Level 1 Primary, Level 1 Secondary and Levels 2 & 3.