The School Games, which is funded by Sport England and delivered by the Youth Sport Trust, is a government led programme designed to deliver competitive school sport to all young people.
This network currently services in excess of 16,000 registered schools who compete across School Games' competitions.
How It Works
Keeping competitive sport at the heart of schools and providing more young people with the opportunity to compete and achieve their personal best...
What is the School Games?
The School Games consists of four unique types of competition:
- Intra-School Competition
- Local Inter-School Competition
- County Final
- School Games National Finals
What is an intra-school competition?
An intra-school competition is a sporting activity taking place between pupils who attend the same school. For example, this can be in the form of an inter-class or house activity. These competitions should culminate in an annual School Games Day, or Sports Day, to celebrate a school's sporting success.
What is a local inter-school competition?
A local inter-school competition is a sporting activity taking place between schools from the same area - either as a one-off fixture or as part of a league. These competitions may act as qualifiers for county finals or can be run as developmental competitions or festival events to meet the needs of a local area.
What is a county final?
A county final is a showcase event held either as the culmination of a series of local inter-school competitions or as open entry events, with invitations made by the Local Organising Committee.
School Games National Finals
These are held every two years.
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