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Sir William Borlase SGO Area

Marlow Area School Games Organiser works with local primary and secondary schools to improve the quality of Sport and PE within schools.

In combination with the Wye Valley (Wycombe) area, we provide sporting competition and opportunity for all those who wish to participate.  From football, to ultimate Frisbee, to cricket, to softball, our offer includes a wide variety of sports and our competition events are coincided with P.E. curriculum to boost participation levels. 

Our Vision: Keeping competitive sport at the heart of schools and providing more young people with the opportunity to compete and achieve their personal best. By 2020 the School Games will be continuing to make a clear and meaningful difference to the lives of even more children and young people. 

With schools closed until February,  we would like to invite schools to take part in our new Virtual School Games.  Each half term, the team of Bucks & MK SGO will be "running" virtual competitions.  We will have School Games Area winners, 2nd and 3rd places with winning schools in each event being invited to represent the Marlow area at the Level 3 School Games Finals taking place on 1st July 2020 at Stoke Mandeville Stadium. 

There are many benefits of participating in the Virtual School Games as a school. It gives your students an opportunity for all students to participate and represent the school while developing their own skills and achieving their personal best. PE Coordinators will be able to run the competition themselves for the whole class within a PE lesson while choosing team members with the highest scores or can be set as homework. This will also boost participation for your A, B and C teams too!

Spring 1 Virtual Competitions:

Entry Deadline of 5th February Unless Stated:

Road To 100,000 Bounces

Open To All Years as Well As Staff and Parents 

Entry Deadline of Friday 12th February

Bounce a Ball in any way, shape or form and keep a count of how many you do. Students, parents, staff are all welcome to enter. Lets reach 100,000 together! 

Enter results here: Road To 100,000 Bounces

Winter Drawing Challenge:

Open to Years 1 to Year 8 students. There is also a staff competition just for fun! 

Walk/Run/ Cycle or move in a certain shape and track via a movement tracking app such as Strava (other exercise tracking apps are available) to create a festive drawing or item. The more creative and festive the better! The deadline for the Drawings/Shapes of the 31st January

Please Submit Photos and Participation Numbers Here: Winter Walking Challenge Response Form

If you need any help or information about the available challenges and competitions, please get in touch ASAP! 

Autumn 2 Virtual Competitions 

Entry Deadline of 11th December 2020, unless specified otherwise

Click here for a link to all event details page:


Year 3 & 4 and Year 5 & 6 

PLEASE NOTE: We are only doing Challenge No 4 - Hit and Feed

Watch the demonstration video here: 

Please use the other activities as resources for your PE lessons. 

Submit your school’s score here: Badminton Response Form 


KS1, KS2 & KS3 (Level 2)

KS1 -

KS2 -

KS3 -

Each key stage has a different theme for their dance. Dance groups can be between 2-10 students. Groups should be named to help identify winners. 

Please video record the routine. Routines will be judged by young leaders. 

Submit each individual group’s data and video here: Dance Response Form 


Year 5 & 6 (Level 2) 

Groups of 6, use 3 Body Management Exercises and 3 Floor Exercises from the above document to make up your routine

Please video record the routine. Routines will be judged by young leaders. 

Submit each individual group’s data and video here: Gymnastics Response Form 

Rugby League 

Year 3 + 4 (Development) Year 5 + 6 (Level 2), Year 7 + 8 (Level 2)

10 activities to complete in your competition groups.  Look at the resources on how to complete the activity followed by filling in the ScoreCard which will automatically calculate scores and the year group total.  Please download the Set Up, Skill Library and ScoreCard on the top right of this page under Related Files. 

Primary Schools, submit your results here:  Rugby League Primary Response Form

Secondary Schools: submit your results here:  Rugby League Secondary Response Form 

Skipping with Dan The Skipping Man (Festival) 

Dan the Skipping Man has kindly made us a skipping activity. We will be using this as a festival activity for Key Stage 1 and 2. 

The following link will take you to a Google folder full of challenges and how to/well done videos:

Please submit your participation numbers here: Skipping Response Form 

If any schools require any help completing any of the events or submitting data please get in touch. 

In light of this, we will be taking part in the Bucks and MK virtual school games which will be advertised though our twitter account: @SchoolGamesWycM

 Any competitions that require video recordings, the Video recordings will be sent via the Google Form for that chosen sport. The submitted videos will then be judged by the SGO and young leaders and then permanently deleted. These videos or any other information will not be shared with anyone else.