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Sussex School Games

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

What is the School Games?

Working closely with a network of Sussex School Games Organisers, Active Sussex deliver the Sussex School Games through a series of events, festivals and competitions.

In Sussex, the School Games programme seeks not only to provide competitive pathway competitions for children and young people, but innovative and exciting opportunities for those whom traditional opportunities are less accessible to.

The School Games is funded by Sport England National Lottery funding, and delivered in partnership with the Youth Sport Trust.

More information

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Schools should contact their local School Games Organiser – visit our contacts page to find yours.

School Games Roadshow event in St Leonards

This event held at St Leonards Academy in Hastings was aimed at attracting a group of children who are not accessing the current school sport offer. Organised by School Games Organiser Suzi Mullins, it included Zumba, tennis footwork, street dance and a dance rave.

Sussex School Games news

School Games Roadshow 2021/22

Parallel Youth Games

The Parallel Youth Games (PYG) is a ‘mini-Paralympics’, showcasing and celebrating disability sport in Sussex.

Visit our PYG page

Ed Bartram

Regional Project & Events Officer

Ed supports Sport England's targeted investment into facilities in the region, linking national strategy to local priorities and delivery. Ed also delivers the Sussex School Games programme, and events including the Sussex Sports Awards, Parallel Youth Games, and the Active Sussex Conference and Network.

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