The School Games is a national programme which provides four levels of sports competition for Primary and Secondary school children across a variety of different sports.
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.
The School Games will focus on ensuring it is relevant to more children and young people and their lives today allowing more of them to achieve their potential. In driving this forward the School Games will seek to:
- engender a sense of competence;
- promote enjoyment; and
- avoid negative or bad experience and promote a positive one
The Bucks and Milton Keynes School Games consists of a year long programme of Level 1 and Level 2 school sport events for young people delivered by our School Games Organiser network (SGO’s) leading to the Level 3 County School Games Festival.
Level 1: Intra School Competition
Where pupils compete against other pupils at their school.
Level 2: Inter School Competition
Where pupils compete against other schools in the local area.
Level 3: County Festival
A county level showcase of the pupils who have been successful at level 1 and 2 of the competition.
Level 4: National Competition
This is a national multi-sport event, in which the country’s most talented athletes of school age complete if selected by a National Governing Body of Sport.
Further information about the School Games can be found on the official website.
If you would like to find out more about the school games programme in your area please contact your School Games Organiser.
Caroline Collie email@example.com
Katy Kelly Katy.Kelly@Mandeville.bucks.sch.uk
Alfriston (South Bucks)
Rachel Hutchinson firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Challoners High School
Caroline Yandell email@example.com
Carl Short firstname.lastname@example.org
Sir William Borlase Grammar School
Gen Bailache-Graham email@example.com
The School Games programme is committed to safeguarding and protecting children. If you want to know more or report a concern, click here.