Blogging and media

The School Games offers the opportunity for all registered schools to increase their profile and celebrate their school sport provision through the use of blogging and media tools.

What’s on offer?

Each school registered on the School Games website will receive a profile page which they can make their own through an online dashboard - just like a social media page. As part of this profile, there will be an area for blogs, which you are free to write or copy from other destinations, e.g. your school website. Images and videos can be shared through these blogs, along with written text, and we would welcome contributions from all of our schools. As with your school’s website or a social media profile, you can customise these pages to look unique to your school through the addition of event listings, School Games Mark records, links to your school website or other content produced by your school, and much more – this space is yours to control! 

1,100
schools wrote at least one blog during 2017/18

What are the benefits?

Blogging represents a fantastic opportunity for schools to engage more young people with the School Games. Many pupils may have an interest in reporting or journalism and this could provide a stepping stone for them to progress after they leave school, whilst also helping promote the school to parents and other members of the local community. Creating a Young Media Team can be a fun way to ensure that young people can interact with the Games in multiple ways, working with their peers in a meaningful way. 

6,100
blogs entered by schools during 2017/18

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