Sainsbury's School Games in Berkshire

Tuesday, 20 Jan 2015

School Games

Welcome to the Sainsbury’s School Games in Berkshire!

There are three delivery mechanisms for the Level 3 events in Berkshire.

1. Badged Events 

These events are standalone events run during the school day- typically for an afternoon or morning. 



2. Winter Games 

This is a multisport event day held at Bisham Abbey on 25th March 2015. There will be an Opening Ceremony and Cultural Village activities run through the day. Teams are expected to attend all day. 



3. Summer Games

This is a multisport event day held at Wellington College on 7th July 2015. There will be an Opening Ceremony and Cultural Village activities run through the day. Teams are expected to attend all day 8.30-4.30 pm

 

Merchandise

To celebrate the outstanding achievements of Berkshire’s young athletes in reaching the School Games, competing with the best in the county; a range of EXCLUSIVE Team Berkshire Kit and other souvenirs* is available to buy from our t-shirt supplier. http://www.activeschoolandcollegeclobber.co.uk/ . Pre-orders can be collected on the day with enough notice, items will also be available to purchase/order on the day.

*Merchandise and Tshirts sourced by Evolve Branding. Sainsbury’s takes no responsibility for the quality and/or safety of these products.

For Sainsbury's School Games 2015 documents (handbooks, rules, formats, risk assessments etc) 

click here

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2015 Results

For Sainsburys School Games 2015 Winter results click here  

For Sainsburys School Games 2015 Summer results click here

 

2014 Results

For Sainsburys School Games 2014 Winter results click here

For Sainsburys School Games 2014 Summer results click here

For Sainsburys School Games 2014 Badged Events results click here 


2013 Results

For Sainsbury's School Games 2013 Winter Results click here.

For Sainsbury's School Games In Berkshire 2013 Summer Primary Results click here.

For Sainsbury's School Games In Berkshire 2013 Summer Secondary Results click here.

For Sainsbury's School Games In Berkshire 2013 Badged Event Results click here.

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Mission, Vision and Outcomes for the Sainsbury's School Games



The mission of the Sainsbury's School Games in Berkshire is:

‘To inspire and enthuse young people in Berkshire through the power of sport and the Olympic and Paralympic Games’



The vision for the Games is:

- To deliver a sustainable educational, sporting and community 2012 legacy across Berkshire’

The School Games are a key element of the Government’s Legacy Plan for sport, with some funding from the Sport England Lottery Fund to support the delivery of each event. Over the three years of the event, over 60,000 children and young people will be involved in 25 different sporting events at the 3 levels of competition – in-school, in their local authority area and at a County level. Over 5000 of these young people will experience the County-level event.

The Local Organising Committee is committed to ensuring that the benefits of the Sainsbury's School Games reach far beyond the competition and event days. The sporting events will be focal points for the development work that will take place in schools, clubs and other community settings. The focus will be on developing the skills, confidence and commitment of children and young people through the medium of sport and other areas related to sport and to the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

In 2013/14 Children and young people of all ages, abilities and those with disabilities will take part in multi-sport festivals throughout the year culminating in 2 days of county-level competition in April and July.

The key outcomes for the Sainsbury's School Games in Berkshire are that:

- Children and young people experience a county-level Olympic-style event and the pride of representing their school and their area

- Children and young people learn through the Values of the Olympic and Paralympic Games and have opportunities for education, personal development and growth

- Children and young people with disabilities are fully included in the School Games events and have opportunities to play and lead sport in school and the wider community

- More children and young people make the transition from school sport to sport in community settings, encouraging lifelong participation in sport and a healthy lifestyle

- More young people engage in cultural activities including music, arts and dance both in school and community settings

- A new workforce of future leaders is developed, with young people accessing training and accreditation in sports leadership, coaching and sports-related activities such as journalism, commentating and managing statistics

- New adult volunteers are recruited and involved in delivering the School Games and provide a legacy of involvement inspired by the Olympic and Paralympic Games

 

 




Source: Sainsbury's School Games