Your School Games
The School Games provides a competitive school sport programme to all young people across the UK. It is funded by Sport England and delivered by the Youth Sports Trust through its network of School Games Organisers (SGOs) and Local Organising Committees (LOCs).
In Northamptonshire Sport, there are five school sport partnerships. Stimpson Avenue Academy is part of the Northamptonshire School Sport Partnership run by School Sport Manager Natalie Lawrence and School Sport Development Officer Andy Cavill and based at Northampton Academy. Their role is to support and enhance the quality and range of sporting opportunities on offer to us. They do this through providing the first three of four levels or types of competitions:
- Level 1: Intra-school competition: a sporting activity between pupils in Stimpson Avenue Academy e.g. inter-class games, inter-house games, sports days
- Level 2: Inter-school competition: a sporting fixture or competition between schools from the same area (e.g. a one off game, a league). They can be run as a festival event, developmental competition or qualifier for a county final.
- Level 3: County Final competition: a sporting event finale for qualifiers from Level 2 inter-school competitions
- Level 4: School Games National Finals
School Sport Manager: Natalie Lawrence
T: 01604 210057
School Sport Development Officer: Andy Cavill
T: 07921 092801
Examples of Level 1 Intra-school competition
e.g. Athletics, Badminton, Basketball, Cycling, Dodgeball, Hockey, Multi-skills, Netball…
Personal Challenge: Pedal Power
All the pupils from RG & RM cycled and showed excellent determination and stamina to keep going during PE. The information given on their bikes allows you to measure distances, speed and calories burned.
Pupils from year 5 and 6 face off at Badminton Club.
Inter-class hockey games in year 4.
Examples of Level 2 Inter-school competition
Participation in Northamptonshire School Sports Partnership Competitions
e.g. Gymnastics (Year 3 & 4, 5 & 6), Badminton, Indoor Athletics, Cross Country at Abington Park, Boys Cricket, Girls Cricket
Participation in East Midland Academy Trust Festival Competitions
e.g. A and B team competitions at Northampton International Academy (NIA) and Orchard Academy: Indoor Athletics, Basketball, Netball, Multi-skills
Participation in Other Northamptonshire Schools Competitions
e.g. Dance Performances @ Pacesetter Games / Front Row Theatre and Performing Arts Productions, Northamptonshire County Cross Country at The Racecourse, Hotshots Basketball, FA County Cup, EFL Kids Cup.
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