Competitions


Cannock & Rugeley School Games Competitions

 

 

 

School Games County Competitions

Primary Cross Country 

The Cross Country should be at least 3 races ran over a 5 week block anytime between now and the date above. To help with this I have created some cross country lesson plans and attached them as I thought this may assist you in the delivery of cross country if you wanted to do it as part of your curriculum. 

Closing Date for Results – Friday 26th March 2021

Please email trowell@suacademy.co.uk to enter or for more information.

 
Secondary Cross Country
 

The races must take place in a 5 week consecutive block.  As many schools have planned their curriculum before the knowledge of this competition, the 5 week period can take place in either the Autumn & Spring Terms. 

The closing date for results to be submitted to SGO’s is Friday 26th March 2021. 

Please email trowell@suacademy.co.uk to enter or for more information.

 
Dance
 

Recruitment

  • Teams will qualify for the County final via an audition process. There will be no Inter-School competition.
  • In total there will be a maximum of 5 primary schools and 5 secondary competing in the County final.

Eligibility

  • Competition 1- Key Stage 2 (Year 3-6) Mixed
  • Competition 2- Key Stage Key Stage 3 & 4 (Year 7-11) Mixed

Team Requirements

Teams should be made up of a minimum of 3 dancers and a maximum of 16 dancers (single gender or mixed) from the same school in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent.

Performance Space

  • Routines can be performed in any suitable space, e.g. sportshall, school hall or studio (theatre is NOT required).
  • The performance area space should be no bigger than 6.9m x 6m.

Competition Format

  • Routines can use any dance style. There is no limitation to the number of styles that are used within each routine.
  • Routines can be inspired by musicals, music videos, television or social media but it is encouraged that choreography is not plagiarised and must be applied and adapted into original content.
  • Routines should be between 2 ½ and 4 minutes in duration.
  • Teams are required to submit a short paragraph (max 150 words) detailing the inspiration and concept of the team’s routine which will be used by the judges to score the categories.
  • A teacher will need to complete the dance audition entry and declaration form (this will be sent to all schools via the School Games Organiser).
  • A teacher will need to submit a video of the schools audition (ideally via We Transfer) by email to trowell@suacademy.co.uk
  • The routine will be judged on the audition criteria (this will be sent to all schools via the School Games Organiser).
  • The deadline for submissions is Friday March 19th 2021 5pm
  • The entries for both primary and secondary competition will then go through an initial judging stage to find the top 5 primary and secondary schools in the County.
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Please email trowell@suacademy.co.uk to enter or for more information.

 

Key Stage 1 Virtual Multi Skills Festival

 

Name of Competition

Multi Skills

Team Information

  • 2 Competitions – one for Year 1 and one for Year 2
  • Mixed competition with 8 children (girls, boys or mixed) making up a team.
  • Children can compete the 5 games in P.E lessons or clubs and record results. P.E Coordinators should then send in their 8 top scores.

Scoring

  • Pupils complete all 5 challenges.
  • Each pupil gets a score for each of the 5 challenges.
  • Scores of the 5 challenges are added together to give an individual score.
  • Schools to use the top 8 pupils to make up their team and send the team score and individual scores of their top 8 children to School Games Organiser.

Multi Skills Events

  1. Beanbag Pick Up - Place 2 hoops 8 metres apart and fill one hoop with beanbags.       Children run start at the empty hoop and run to the other hoop and bring back 1 beanbag at a time. Children have 30 seconds to get as many beanbags as they can. Each beanbag they have collected scores 2 points.
  2. Throw and Catch - Children stand 2 metres from a wall and throw and catch a ball as many times as they can in 30 seconds. Each catch = 1 point. Children should use a large ball for this, similar to the size of a football.
  3. Target Throw - Place a cone and then 3 hoops, 2 metres, 3 metres and 5 metres away from the hoop. Children have 10 attempts to throw a beanbag in to any of the hoops. The nearest hoop is worth 1 point, 2nd hoop 2 points and 3rd hoop 3 points. Add all the points from the 10 throws together to determine score.
  4. Hopping Challenge - Place 1 cone and then 5 markers in a line followed by another cone 2 metres from the markers. Children have to hop along each of the markers and then run around the cone and back to the beginning and then repeat. Children score 1 point for every hop that they do on a marker in 30 seconds.
  5. Tennis Ball Bounce - Children have 30 seconds to bounce and catch a tennis ball as many times as they can. Each bounce and catch = 1 point

 Results

  • Once you have added up your results please work out your best 8 performers and send their results to trowell@suacademy.co.uk
  • Certificates will be sent to all children taking part.
  • SGO will work out winning school from all entries received.

CLOSING DATE FOR ENTRIES IS FRIDAY 20th NOVEMBER

CLOSING DATE FOR RESULTS IS FRIDAY 4th DECEMBER

 

Virtual Football Skills Competition (Primary)

 

Name of Competition

Football

Team Information

  • Competition 1: Any pupil in Year 3 & 4 can take part
  • Competition 2: Any pupil in Year 5 & 6 can take part
  • Unlimited number of entries from each school but the top 3 pupil’s scores will be used to create a team score for their school.

Rules

Pupils complete 3 individual challenges in P.E lessons.

Scoring

  • Pupils complete all 3 challenges.
  • Each pupil gets a score for each of the three challenges.
  • Scores of the three challenges are added together to give an individual score.
  • Schools to use the top 3 pupil’s scores to create a team score for their school.
  • Please use scoring sheets attached.

Leadership Opportunity

We recommend that children perform the 3 challenges in a circuit during their P.E lessons and are therefore in charge of recording their own and other people in their group’s results fairly and accurately. All children taking part therefore also act as sports leaders as well.

Game 1 – Toe Taps

To set this game up you just need 1 football.

  • Player performs as many toe taps on a football as they can in 30 seconds. This is where a player puts the sole of their foot on top of the ball, alternatively swapping feet as quickly as they can. The number of times they can touch the ball in 30 seconds will be their score.

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Game 2 – Dribble and Turn

To set this game up you need 1 football and to place two cones 6 metres apart.

  • Player should dribble from cone to cone as many times as they can in 1 minute. Each time they dribble to 1 of the cones they score 2 points.

How many points can you score in 1 minute?

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Game 3 – Control and Shoot

To set up this game you need a football and to create a 3 metre by 3 metre square and a 2 metre wide goal 8 metres from the square. You also need someone to help.

  • Player stands in the box and assistant rolls the player the ball from 4 metres away. Player has to control the ball and keep the ball in the box and then score in the goal. Player scores 5 points if they can control the ball in the box and 5 points if they score in the goal. Players have 5 attempts so top score would be 50 points.

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Results

  • Once you have added up your results please return them to your school’s P.E coordinator to determine the top 3 scores in your school. P.E Coordinators should then send results to SGO by Wednesday 31st March 2021.
  • Certificates will be sent to all children taking part.
  • Trophy for winning school + Gold, Sliver and Bronze medals to children from top 3 schools across the county in each competition.
  • Gold, Silver and Bronze medal to top 3 individuals across the whole of the competition.

Please remember the school value HONESTY when recording your results, in order to make the competition fair for everyone.

 

Virtual Football Skills Competition (Secondary)

 

Name of Competition

Football

Team Information

  • 3 Team competitions
  • One for each year group in KS3 (Year 7, Year 8 and Year 9)
  • Unlimited number of entries from each school but the top 3 pupil’s scores will be used to create a team score for their year group.

Rules

Pupils complete 5 individual games on their own either during P.E lessons or after school clubs or at home on their own.

Scoring

  • Pupils complete all five challenges.
  • Each pupil gets a score for each of the challenges.
  • Scores of the five challenges are added together to give an individual score.
  • Schools to use the top 3 pupil’s scores to create a team score for their school.
  • Please use scoring sheets attached.

Leadership Opportunity

We recommend that children perform the 5 challenges in a circuit during their P.E lessons and are therefore in charge of recording their own and other people in their group’s results fairly and accurately. All children taking part therefore also act as sports leaders as well.

Game 1 – Toe Taps

To set this game up you just need 1 football.

  • Player performs as many toe taps on a football as they can in 30 seconds. This is where a player puts the sole of their foot on top of the ball, alternatively swapping feet as quickly as they can. The number of times they can touch the ball in 30 seconds will be their score.

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Game 2 – Keepy Uppies

  • Players have three go’s at doing as many keepy uppies as they can. This is trying to keep the ball in the air using any body parts except their hands. Every touch of the ball without the ball touching the ground scores 1 point. Add all three attempts together.

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Game 3 – Dribble Slalom

To set this game up place 2 cones 10 metres apart and put 4 cones in the middle of the 10 metres, each 1 metre apart.

  • Players dribble the 10 metres slaloming in and out of the cones. Each time they get through the cones and to the other end they score 2 points. Players have 1 minute to score as many points as they can.

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Game 4 – Step overs

To set this game up you will require 1 football.

  • Players perform as many step-overs over the football as they can in 1 minute using both feet.

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Game 5 – Control and Shoot

To set up this game you need a football and to create a 3 metre by 3 metre square and a 2 metre wide goal 8 metres from the square. You also need someone to help.

  • Player stands in the box and assistant rolls the player the ball from 4 metres away. Player has to control the ball and keep the ball in the box and then score in the goal. Player scores 1 point if they can control the ball in the box and 1 point if they score in the goal. Players have 5 attempts so top score would be 10 points.

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Results

  • Once you have added up your results please return them to your school’s P.E coordinator to determine the top 3 scores in your school. P.E Coordinators should then send results to SGO by Wednesday 31st March 2021.
  • Certificates will be sent to all children taking part.
  • Trophy for winning school + Gold, Sliver and Bronze medals to children from top 3 schools across the county in each competition.
  • Gold, Silver and Bronze medal to top 3 individuals across the whole of the competition.

Please remember the school value HONESTY when recording your results, in order to make the competition fair for everyone.

GOOD LUCK!

 

 

 

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