Inspiring all young people
The School Games can help your students:
- Become more determined and demonstrate resilience
- Understand and demonstrate the importance of respect for others
- Learn to develop self control and manage emotions
- Experience being part of a team and understand their contribution to it
- Win with pride and lose with grace
- Learn the importance of practice and preparation
- Learn how to set realistic goals and work towards achieving them
- Aspire to improve and challenge themselves
- Have fun and enjoy themselves!
Please enjoy this short film to find out what we hope young people will be able to learn from being a part of the School Games...
Quick Case Study: Supporting the more able
The Ofsted report ‘Beyond 2012: Outstanding Physical Education for all identified that the needs of the most able pupils were not always met within PE lessons. This resource, consisting of a film and supporting document, is designed to help PE departments in identifying and providing support for their most able pupils in PE and school sport. It also helps SGOs in working effectively to engage and support their secondary schools.
The film consists of six sections:
These can be viewed as a whole or watched as individual segments, with the supporting document providing materials to support teachers develop the six areas. Please enjoy the short film below as we dicuss how to extend the learning of the most able pupils in PE...
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SSO Committees & Crews
School Sport Organising Committees and Crews are groups of young people who join together to lead the planning and delivery of school sport clubs and Level 1 school competition programmes in their school.
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!