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  • 22

    Feb

    Future funding for School Games Organisers confirmed

    Sport England has today confirmed that School Games Organisers will continue to receive funding throughout the current parliament, securing the futures of the 452 SGOs.In a statement issued earlier this afternoon, Sport England’s Mike Diaper said: “We are delighted to be able to confirm... Read more

  • 19

    Feb

    Best of the Blogs – click here to view all of the February winners

    For those of you that are not already aware, we’re currently running a ‘Blog of the Week’ competition, with the results being announced via our Twitter account: @YourSchoolGames. We hope that the opportunity to win yourself and your blog more publicity will entice more schools to... Read more

  • 12

    Feb

    Spotlight on the Sports… we're finding out more about 'Korfball'

    Welcome to the first in a new monthly series highlighting some of the weirder sports the world has to offer. Are these the School Games sports formats of the future? Or are they just too confusing to try and explain to a class full of young people? In this article, we take a look at Korfball, the... Read more

  • 05

    Feb

    Gareth Lowe discusses the School Games and The Keys Federation

    Gareth Lowe is passionate about getting more young people involved with sport. The 27-year-old is currently a part of The Keys Federation Multi Academy Trust in Wigan, where he is the Sports Leader of Purpose across four schools – St Peter’s, Abram St John’s, St John’s... Read more

  • 29

    Jan

    Why teaching young people to swim should not just be a tick in a box

    Julie Simonelli has always loved school sport. However, it was swimming that caught her attention most of all and, after her parents helped raise the funds for a pool to be installed at her local Goldsworth Primary School, she never looked back. Since starting her own swim school in 2002, where she... Read more

 
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