These challenges are there for schools to help them develop the skills young people need to play a variety of games and sports. The challenges feature 3 or more tasks which should be approached as activities to help students achieve a personal best, not to see who can achieve the most in their group or class – you’ll know that seeing young people make big improvements through practice is really rewarding for you and for them.
When your students are able to confidently complete the tasks you might like to group them together and add up their scores to compete in small groups or teams against each other. You can use this to assess their understanding of the task/skill or as an intra-school (class, group, house etc) competition.
We hope you value using these challenges to help your children to become more confident, competent and motivated to take part in competitive activities!
Click here to view the Secondary Virtual Competition Introduction video.
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Click here to visit the School Games website where you can log in and view competitions in a wide variety of formats.