Think Active Summer School Games 2019
A video showcasing the best of the summer school games multi sport festival 2019. Hosted at Warwick University and supported by School Games Organiser colleagues from across Coventry, Solihull & Warwickshire. A significant date in our organisations history as we rebranded as Think Active.
School Games reflects the spirit of the Olympics on a county level, offering school children the fantastic opportunity to take part in an inspiring event that brings sport, the arts and culture together in celebration of excellence. Using the unique power and energy that London 2012 gave us, we can motivate and lead young people into the benefits of competitive sport. For more information visit the Your School Games website.
School Games Levels
The School Games pathway give the chance for young people to reach success at a county and national level. These are:
Level 2 competitions are planned and delivered by the ‘School Games Organisers’ (SGOs) of which there are eight working across Coventry, Solihull & Warwickshire. The SGOs work with their local schools to ensure competitive school sport opportunities are open and inclusive for all. Within each sport the winning team from each of the eight areas will come together for the level 3 County Festival. Competitions are organised for pupils from mainstream and special schools.
The Level 3 County events aim to involve as many children and young people from across the partnership area as possible. For those pupils who are not involved in the sports competitions there is the opportunity to be involved in such activities as: photography, media reporting, volunteering and performing in the opening or closing ceremonies.
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How to get involved
- Encourage your children and young people to participate in sport and competitive opportunities within school.
- Contact your local School Games Organiser for details of qualifying competitions and inter school events. School Games Organisers deliver district qualifying events with the winners competing at County Events.
To find your School Games Organiser visit Find Your SGO