The Gloucestershire School Games creates opportunities for healthy competition among school children across the county, with year-round school sports events. While face-to-face activities can’t happen right now, Tweedy the Clown’s online challenge and the recently launched Virtual Gloucestershire School Games competition have been keeping schools active and engaged.
There are five core principles at the heart of the School Games. This includes supporting young people to learn and develop new skills through healthy competition, rather than focusing on the results. You can discover more about these principles on the School Games website.
The Gloucestershire School Games is supported by School Games Organisers, who work across the county to engage schools and coordinate opportunities for young people. Move More help to deliver the games across Gloucestershire, which are supported by Hartpury University and Hartpury College.
It’s not too late to have a go at the School Games Challenge featuring Tweedy the clown.
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