About the School Games
The School Games is a unique opportunity to motivate and inspire millions of young people across the country to take part in more competitive school sport.
Spirit of the Games
We ask all of the brilliant young people competing in the School Games to live by six crucial values - Determination, Honesty, Passion, Respect, Self Belief and Teamwork. Over the years, we have had a fantastic response from competitors displaying all of these values to the best of their abilities. This year, you can share your great examples of your School Games value stories via our Instagram account. Follow us now for inspirational quotes every week and the opportunity to tell us where you or your school succeeded!Find out more
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School of the Month for February - Brockwell Junior School
Today I would like to talk about inclusion. My school does so much! But I’m only going to talk about one today: Change4Life, and the clue in the name is true. It has changed me from a couch potato to someone that doesn’t give up in sport. it changed me to who I was meant to be!
Change 4 life is a great life changing experience. It keeps you fit, healthy and more but you’re probably wondering how, so we will tell you that starting now.
Change 4 Life does Go Noodle and other games, my personal favourite is Tiggy scarecrow but that’s only me. A lot of people like Go Noodle too but we of course, do more, like the Traffic Lights game and Tiggy Toilet. Anyway, moving on, if you didn’t know what Go Noodle, is well I’ll tell, you basically it’s a dancing and fitness kind of thing. You watch the screen and copy, my favourite is Flex you do a lot of stretches but mainly in your arm’s. The first Go Noodle we ever did was Can’t Stop the Feeling. In the old Change 4 Life, we did stuff like throwing and catching a ball but it’s definitely improved now.
Q&A with Sharon Phillips: School Games Organiser of the Year
Sharon took time out from her busy schedule to talk to us about life as a School Games Organiser.Read More
Sharing of Good Practice: Young Leaders at Brockwell Junior
The following piece was put together by the Young Leaders at Brockwell Junior School.Read More
Best of the Blogs – click here to view all of the January winners
In this mothly series, winning schools have links to their brilliant blogs published on our home page.Read More
Spotlight on the Sports… we’re finding out more about ‘Bossaball’
Welcome to our monthly series highlighting some of the weirder sports the world has to offer.Read More