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  • 13

    Apr

    The Diary of a Wannabe Olympian: Emily Webb Part One - April 2016

    This summer promises to be a huge summer for sport. With the Olympic and Paralympic Games, the European Football Championships, Wimbledon and of course the School Games 2016 National Finals, to name but a few, all on the horizon – teachers across the country are no doubt eagerly anticipating... Read more

  • 24

    Mar

    Guest writer’s column: the importance of competitiveness

    Neil Rollings builds on last month's feature by discussing the importance of competitiveness in the third of our monthly series - the guest writer's column. Neil is the Managing Director of Independent Coach Education, Britain's biggest provider of coach education, recruitment and advisory... Read more

  • 18

    Mar

    Best of the Blogs – click here to view all of the March 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

  • 11

    Mar

    The 2016 School Games National Finals is calling for volunteers

    The Youth Sport Trust is calling for volunteers for the 2016 School Games National Finals and, regardless of whether you’re a student, teacher, parent, or organiser, you can apply today!The 2016 School Games National Finals will bring together 1,600 of the UK’s best young athletes for... Read more

  • 09

    Mar

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

    Welcome to the second 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 Octopush, the... Read more

 
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