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Specsavers ‘Virtual’ Sussex School Games: The Winter Games

Every week throughout February, children (and adults) have been battling it out to win trophies, medals, and points for their schools and School Games Area Teams, and to be crowned Sussex Winter Champions. 


Medals & Trophies

Gold, silver and bronze medals will be presented to the participating children in the Primary School and Secondary School categories, for each sport.

Trophies will be presented to the overall winning schools, schools winning the Spirit of the Games awards for each sport, and also in the Active Adults category.

We will arrange delivery of these medals and medals to schools as soon as it is suitable and safe for us to do so again. Thank you for your patience and understanding with this. In the interim, we have some printable medals and certificates, and well as some special ‘virtual’ medals which can be shared on social media, in newsletters etc.

You can download your certificates, printable medals and social media medals here


Final Overall Leaderboards

Primary School Overall Leaderboard

1. Southwater Junior Academy (Southwater), Central Sussex Dolphins, 106 points
2. Blackthorns Community Primary Academy (Haywards Heath), Mid Sussex Panthers, 79
3. Farlington School (Horsham), Central Sussex Dolphins, 76

A full leaderboard can be viewed here.

The Top 25 primary schools based on the overall participation can be viewed here.

 

Secondary School Overall Leaderboard

1. Sackville School (East Grinstead), Mid Sussex Panthers, 94 points
2. The Angmering School (Littlehampton), Southern Sharks, 58
3. Priory School (Lewes), South Downs Giants, 55

A full leaderboard can be viewed here.

The Top 25 secondary schools based on the overall participation can be viewed here.

 

Active Adults Overall Leaderboard

1. Davison Church of England High School for Girls (Worthing), Southern Sharks, 83 points
2. AITC Education (Brighton), Brighton & Hove Hawks, 79
3. Oriel High School (Crawley), Crawley Cougars, 69

A full leaderboard can be viewed here.


School Games Area Team Leaderboard

As well as representing your school, you are also representing your School Games Area team. Your team is made up of schools in your local area, and you are competing against all of the other areas of Sussex. Find out more about your local School Games Organiser.

1. Southern Sharks, 1,882 points
2. Mid Sussex Panthers, 1,290
3. Brighton & Hove Hawks, 1,098
4. Central Sussex Dolphins, 1,096
5. North Wealden Warriors, 961
6. Hastings & Rother Leopards, 874
7. Crawley Cougars, 719
8. South Downs Giants, 694
9. West Sussex West Wolverines, 667


Spirit of the Games Leaderboard

generously sponsored by Premier Sport

Team Ice Sports

Primary School Spirit of the Games Leaderboard

1. Harlands Primary School (Haywards Heath), Mid Sussex Panthers
2. West Park CofE Primary School (Worthing), Southern Sharks
3. Little Common School (Little Common), Hastings & Rother Leopards

Secondary School Spirit of the Games Leaderboard

1. Davison Church of England High School for Girls (Worthing), Southern Sharks
2. Shoreham Academy (Shoreham-by-Sea), Southern Sharks
3. Uckfield College (Uckfield), North Wealden Warriors

The Spirit of the Games leaderboard is based on the number of entries from children. See if your school made it into the Top 25 in the Primary School or Secondary School categories, here.


Sport Leaderboards

Team Ice Sports

Primary School Leaderboard

1. Orchards Junior School (Worthing), Southern Sharks, Average points: 371.85
2. Southwater Junior Academy (Southwater), Central Sussex Dolphins, 370.46
3. Farlington School (Horsham), Central Sussex Dolphins, 365.38

A full leaderboard can be viewed here.

 

Secondary School Leaderboard

1. Uckfield College (Uckfield), North Wealden Warriors, Average points: 344.58
2. Sackville School (East Grinstead), Mid Sussex Panthers, 341.78
3. Bohunt Horsham (Horsham), Central Sussex Dolphins, 337.21

A full leaderboard can be viewed here.

 

Active Adults Leaderboard

1. AITC Education (Brighton) Brighton & Hove Hawks, Average points: 366.00
2. Davison Church of England High School for Girls (Worthing), Southern Sharks, 365.71
3. Orchards Junior School (Worthing), Southern Sharks, 364.00

A full leaderboard can be viewed here.


Ice Rink Sports

Primary School Leaderboard

1. Southwater Junior Academy (Southwater), Central Sussex Dolphins, Average Points: 370.35
2. Blackthorns Community Primary Academy (Haywards Heath), Mid Sussex Panthers, 363.67
3. Elm Grove Primary School (Brighton), Brighton & Hove Hawks, 349.67

A full leaderboard can be viewed here.

 

Secondary School Leaderboard

1. Tanbridge House School (Horsham), Central Sussex Dolphins, Average Points: 347.00
2. St Catherine’s College (Eastbourne), South Downs Giants, 345.33
3. Sackville School (East Grinstead), Mid Sussex Panthers, 343.20

A full leaderboard can be viewed here.

 

Active Adults Leaderboard

1. The Burgess Hill Academy (Burgess Hill), Mid Sussex Panthers, Average Points: 353.60
2. Southway Junior School (Burgess Hill), Mid Sussex Panthers, 351.60
3. Oriel High School (Crawley), Crawley Cougars, 349.38

A full leaderboard can be viewed here.


Bob Run Sports

Primary School Leaderboard

1. Southwater Junior Academy (Southwater), Central Sussex Dolphins, Average Points: 365.26
2. Orchards Junior School (Worthing), Southern Sharks, 357.07
3. Farlington School (Horsham), Central Sussex Dolphins, 352.43

A full leaderboard can be viewed here.

 

Secondary School Leaderboard

1. Priory School (Lewes), South Downs Giants, Average Points: 349.08
2. St Paul’s Catholic College (Burgess Hill), Mid Sussex Panthers, 347.03
3. Sackville School (East Grinstead), Mid Sussex Panthers, 345.39

A full leaderboard can be viewed here.

 

Active Adults Leaderboard

1. The Angmering School (Littlehampton), Southern Sharks, Average Points: 362.00
2. Orchards Junior School (Worthing), Southern Sharks, 357.80
3. Davison Church of England High School for Girls (Worthing), Southern Sharks, 352.33

A full leaderboard can be viewed here.


Snow Sports

Primary School Leaderboard

1. Farlington School (Horsham), Central Sussex Dolphins, Average Points: 371.75
2. Blackthorns Community Primary Academy (Haywards Heath), Mid Sussex Panthers, 356.53
3. Southwater Junior Academy (Southwater), Central Sussex Dolphins, 355.87

A full leaderboard can be viewed here.

 

Secondary School Leaderboard

1. The Angmering School (Littlehampton), Southern Sharks, Average Points: 365.60
2. Cornfield School (Littlehampton), Southern Sharks, 360.21
3. Millais School (Horsham), Central Sussex Dolphins, 346.00

A full leaderboard can be viewed here.

 

Active Adults Leaderboard

1. Davison Church of England High School for Girls (Worthing), Southern Sharks, Average Points: 374.00
2. The Angmering School (Littlehampton), Southern Sharks, 369.43
3. AITC Education (Brighton), Brighton & Hove Hawks, 356.75

A full leaderboard can be viewed here.


Scoring Updates from 2020

Those who took part in the Specsavers ‘Virtual’ Sussex School Games in the summer of 2020, will notice some updates to the way the scoring system works.

Firstly, participants will be awarded points for every challenge, based on their ranking against other participants. If you are in the top 5% you will score 100 points, 6-10% will score 98 points, 11-15% will score 96 points etc. This will help to balance the scoring across challenges, and stops one single challenge having an extreme weighting.

Secondly, helping to create a fairer scoring system, every school will be given a zero scorer for each challenge. This will mean that extreme scores will have less of an effect on the overall leaderboard.


Points

With each sport, schools can earn points towards the overall leaderboards. Points are allocated to all schools taking part in each sport:

1st 28 points
2nd 26 points
3rd 24 points
4th 22 points
5th 20 points
6th 18 points
7th 16 points
8th 14 points
9th 12 points
10th 10 points
All other position 5 points

 


Fairness & Honesty

Thank you for submitting your scores with honesty and integrity.

With the nature of the ‘virtual’ competition, it is difficult to ensure absolute consistency in the set-up and application of each challenge. We also understand that occasionally, typos can happen when submitting scores. We want to share with you the steps that we are taking to ensure a fair and honest competition.

1. Each time a participant completes the online entry form, they must review their submission before finalising. We hope that this step will help to avoid typos and other mistakes when submitting scores.

2. After reviewing their entry, each participant must agree to the Honesty Statement, agreeing that their scores are true and accurate.

3. To cater for misunderstandings and inconsistencies in the set-up and application of each challenge, a Generous Realistic Maximum has been calculated. Score submissions over the Generous Realistic Maximum will be reduced to the average score for that challenge for fairness.

4. Abnormalities in the data are fairly easy to spot, and where we suspect that a score submission may not be true, honest and accurate, we reserve the right to remove the entrant from the competition.