Sainsburys School Games
In October 2016 we achieved the Silver Level of the School Games Mark. In order to do this we had to show that we
- have a system in place to track young people’s participation in the Sainsbury’s School Games;
- give opportunities that attract less-active young people to participate in physical activity;
- hold a Sainsbury’s School Games Day as the culmination of a year-round competition programme;
- havea calendar of competition that demonstrates opportunities for young people with SEN to take part in competitions;
- have a notice board promoting Sainsbury’s School Games activity.
- provide all students with two hours of physical education and school sport per week (made up of curricular and extracurricular activity);
- engage at least 35% of students (10% for special schools) in extracurricular sporting activity every week;
- take part in at least 4 intra and inter school sports competitions
- promote the Sainsbury’s School Games to parents and the local community at least once every half term;
- regularly feature match reports and competition results on the school website and in the local press;
- engage at least 10% of students in leading, managing and officiating Sainsbury’s School Games activity;
- engage students in the planning and development of Sainsbury’s School Games activity;
- utilise sports coaches to support school sport;
- have active links with at least three local sports clubs (one for special schools).