Worcestershire School Games

The School Games inspires young people to be physically active for life through positive experiences of daily activity and competition. Find out more.

Worcestershire Virtual Summer School Games

Whilst the summer was looking positive for events, we made the decision to keep the Summer School Games virtual. This term (summer 2021), we wanted to harness the power of sport and physical activity, to unite all schools and bring children and young people back together with our very special Paralympic themed challenges.

The Worcestershire Summer School Games 2021 was open to all pupils from reception all the way up to year 11 that attend a school in Worcestershire, and consisted of challenges linked to the Paralympic sports of Goalball, Wheelchair Basketball, Wheelchair Tennis and Football.

The focus was to provide pupils with an opportunity to:

  • be back together;
  • try something new;
  • take part in friendly competition;
  • learn more about the Paralympic Games and Values;
  • achieve their personal best;
  • represent their school;
  • be physically active and;
  • have fun!

We have been thrilled with the uptake and feedback from schools, and in particular the fantastic pics and videos shared on our social media #WorcsVirtualSG -

For those schools that still wish to give the challenges a try, the Competition Pack can still be accessed below.

County Summer School Games - Results:

Competition Pack:

School Games Organisers (SGOs)

Tracey Freer

North Worcestershire

Alexandra Repton

Wyre Forest

Paul Chester

Droitwich & Worcester City

Lisa Houghton

South Worcestershire

Ben Robertshaw

Worcestershire West

Karen Pearson

Redditch