What We Offer
Why register with us?
The School Games is a unique opportunity to motivate and inspire millions of young people across the country by building on existing practices to provide more opportunities for those currently not engaged in competitive school sport.
Through this website, schools can access a range of alternative, modified and traditional competition formats helping schools to offer new and exciting options to students through the School Games.
By joining the other 20,000 plus schools who have already registered for the Schools Games your school can also...
Access exclusive content
Registered schools have access to a range of tools, resources, videos and case studies which support the delivery of the School Games.
Be eligible for incentives and rewards
Registered schools who blog on the Scool Games website will be considered for a range of prizes and fantastic promotional opportunities.
Apply for the School Games Mark
The School Games Mark was launched in June 2012 to reward schools registered for the School Games for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community. All registered schools can apply.
Publicise sporting events at your school
Registered schools can customise their very own school page, uploading Level 1 events and blogs to publicise the sporting achievements of their students.
Learn how to use sport as a catalyst across the curriculum
As well as an opportunity for more young people to actively engage in competitive sport, the School Games can provide advice and resources for wider impact across the curriculum.
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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.