We have collected a number of case studies to help schools, School Games Organisers and Local Organising Committees, covering intra-school (Levels 1); inter-school (Level 2) and School Games Festivals (Level 3).
A small section of case studies can be found below. Those registered to this website can log in to access further case studies and resources, compiled in the 'Case Study Archive'. If you are already logged in please click here to go there now. For Project Ability specific case studies please click here.
Alternatively, we have various 'quick case studies' dotted around the website to help you with specific elements of the School Games. You can also click on any of the six case studies below to find out more:
Intra-school competition (Level 1)
Inter-school competition (Level 2)
School Games Festivals (Level 3)
How Does It Work?
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. It is delivered in four seperate competition levels.
The National Governing Bodies of Sport have created new sports formats for intra and inter-school competition to encourage all young people to participate, including those with disabilities.