July saw the very first Virtual School Games Festival involving 8 competitions over a 2 week period. Skill based activities for Athletics,
Boccia, Cricket, Football, Gymnastics, Netball, Rounders & Tennis were set for Primary and Secondary school students to practice and then submit their
efforts onto www.suffolkschoolgames.co.uk.
Over the 2 weeks, over 1,700 submissions were received from over 40 schools. Well done to all that took part, the top
scorers from the primary schools were Red Oak (1st), St Margaret's (2nd) & Phoenix St
We are excited to announce that a similar format will continue into the first term of the next academic year. This means that young people in Suffolk will
still have the opportunity to access competitive school sport on a county level, despite the current restrictions removing the feasibility of physical
Make sure to stay in touch with your local School Games Organiser to find out more in September on how your school can be involved. Contact details
can be found in our last edition by clicking here.