Find out how your school can get involved in the excitement of the School Games back in your school whilst being inspired by more than more than 1,300 young athletes competing across ten sports, including four disability disciplines, at venues across Loughborough University Campus.

How can my school get involved?

The School Games Values

The six values of passion, belief, respect, honesty, determination and teamwork were developed by young people to identify what the experience of school sport should be built around. These values have been successfully applied by schools to develop a range of behaviours, qualities and interpersonal skills with their students based on sporting experiences, scenarios and attitudes.

Give it a try:

Why not watch the live streaming and see how many of the School Games values you can see on show by the athletes taking part? Or why not take part in your own School Games competition by using the School Games values to recognise positive behaviour in your own school:

Young Person Consultation Content 

It is key that young people are given a voice and role in shaping their sporting offer in school. The notion of ‘by young people for young people’ is at the core of the School Games.

Give it a try: 

As young people begin a new academic year, why not host a School Games Day on Friday 3rd September during a day of exciting competition. Whilst celebrating what sporting opportunities you have on offer for students, you can utilise the following resources to help you use young people voice to lead the way:

How can we watch the live streaming?

With no spectators this year, you can tune into all of the action from the 2021 School Games National Finals which can be live streamed right to your school through our YouTube channel. 

We can't wait to see and hear about how your school has engaged with the 2021 School Games National Finals this year. Keep up to date with opportunities on this page. 

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