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.
Bucks and MK School Games Cup
Schools compete against other schools in a physical activity and try to complete the challenge in as little time as possible/ with the highest score. Each of the schools will get pupils to do the same activity over the time period and record scores accordingly. Schools will submit a result to a central recipient. The school with the most points at the end of the week, are deemed as the winners for that activity but all those who enter will gain points in the overall standings. These points will contribute towards an overall table to eventually declare an ‘Bucks and Mk School Games Cup’ winner
Week 1 - 17th May until 24st May : Cone Pick Up Challenge/ Collect Your Maps - Year 3
Week 2 - 24th May until 31st May: 50m Chained Dash/ Daring Escape - Year 5
Week Off For Half Term 31st May - 6th June
Week 3 - 7th June until 14th June: Agility Challenge/ Campfire Containment - Year 4
Week 4 - 14th June until 21st June: Cups and Saucers/Lower the Drawbridge - Year 3
Week 5 - 21st June until 28th June: Skipping/ Enter The Temple Door - Year 4
Week 6 - 28th June until 5th July: Active Relay/Get the Treasure - Year 5
Week 7 - 5th July until 12th July: Zig-Zag Catch/ Oh No Quicksand - Year 6
Summer Virtual Competitions: Deadline 2nd July 2021
Get the best scores you can in 75m Sprint, 600m Run, Vortex Throw and Standing Long Jump.
Schools will collect their top 4 boys and top 4 girls to represent their school’s total.
Submit your school’s score here: Quadkids Athletics Response Form
How fast can you run 1,000m (Yr3&4) or 1,500m (Yr5&6).
Schools will collect their top 8 best times (4 boys and 4 girls) to represent their school’s total.
Submit your school’s score here: Summer cross Country Response Form
How far can you hit a rounders ball?
Schools will collect their top 9 furthest hits (min 4 boys and 4 girls) to represent their school’s total.
Submit your school’s score here: Rounders Batting Response Form
How quick can your students throw the ball all around the rounders diamond?
Schools will collect their fastest group of 6 (3 boys and 3 girls) to represent their school’s total.
Submit your school’s score here: Rounders Fielding Response Form
Complete multiple timed tennis challenges.
Schools will collect their top 6 students' scores (3 boys and 3 girls) to represent their school’s total.
Submit your school’s score here: Summer Tennis Response Form
If any schools require any help completing any of the events or submitting data please get in touch.
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.