Take Part. Take Pride
The P&G Surrey School Games is part of a wider structure of school sport with schools and individuals qualifying to reach the Games through local leagues and competitions.
In addition there are a number of competitions that are open entry as outlined in the calendar.
For schools wanting more information about level 1 & 2 of the Surrey School Games please contact your School Games Organiser:
NE Surrey – Mark Simmons, email@example.com
NW Surrey – Sarah Williams, firstname.lastname@example.org
SE Surrey – Abigail Price, email@example.com
SW Surrey – Carrera Clarke, firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information regarding level 3 of the P&G Surrey School Games please contact:
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About the School Games
The School Games is designed to motivate and enthuse all young people using the power of London 2012.
The School Games is split into four distinct but integrated levels.
This is the intra-school competition between form groups or house teams, for example where existing events are built upon.
Young people in years 3-13 are selected to represent their schools at local inter-school competition, many of which will be in leagues.
This is the P&G Surrey School Games where county finals are hosted for each of the sports competed in at Level 2. Those who have been successful at Level 2, qualify to compete at Level 3. The P&G Surrey School Games also incorporates cultural competitions in the areas of music, art and dance with a sporting theme. A number of sport exhibition events open for schools to register for also take place in the programme including motorsport and archery.
This is a national multi-sport event, where the countries most talented young athletes will compete if selected by national governing bodies.