Gloucestershire School Games Code of Conduct for Participants, Team Managers, Officials and Spectators

Download this file (Gloucestershire School Games Code of Conduct.pdf)Gloucestershire School Games Code of Conduct.pdf[School Games Code of Conduct]1074 kB
The School Games is a celebration of competitive sport that will involve all young people from 3 – 13, of all abilities and backgrounds. The School Games is made up of four levels of competition and is a process that should be inclusive, connected and exciting! LEVEL 1 : INTRA-SCHOOL COMPETITION, culminating in a School Games Day LEVEL 2 : Regular INTER SCHOOL COMPETITION between schools at a local level LEVEL 3 : Annual county/area culmination of inter-school competitions – School Games Festivals LEVEL 4 : National Multi Sport Event Welcome to the School Games Level 2 School Games Events Level 3 School Games Event Winning schools will represent the Cotswold district on the following days: Primary          Secondary    New this year

This was a well attended event at all levels. Each Cluster ran their own High 5 Festival. The Cotswold Family kicked off with a league for the first time this year to ensure more game play. Deer Park school deployed their year 11 students to coach in the Primary Schools and then ran the festival. Sir William Romneys, Farmors and Kingshill students also took the lead role in organising and officiating at their own festivals. The Network final was played in torrential conditions and was closely contested but Powells school went through to represent the Cotswolds at the Level 3 county event where they played in some very competitive games finishing in 5th position in the county.

School Games is an inclusive model of competition to inspire and motivate everyone - building on the exciting run up to 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, schools have the chance to boost existing work in school sport to create a year round calendar of competition for all students with formats included for disabled people.