The Sussex School Games is a ‘mini-Olympics & Paralympics’, giving Sussex schoolchildren the chance to participate in competitive school sport at county level across multiple sport disciplines.
The five levels of the School Games pathway give young people the chance to compete at county & national level:
Level 0 – Personal challenges
Level 1 – Intra-school competition & participation
Level 2 – Inter-school competition
Level 3 – County competition – Sussex School Games: Festival of Sport
Level 4 – Elite National School Games
The Level 3 ‘Sussex School Games’ event is based on Active Sussex’s geographical area – combining East Sussex, West Sussex & Brighton & Hove.
It is organised by a Local Organising Committee (LOC), chaired by a head teacher, and includes representatives from local authorities, National Governing Bodies (NGBs) & the Sussex School Sports Network.
Active Sussex’s role is as background coordinator, NGB link & vice-chair, with local clubs and groups also contributing.
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Schools first point of contact is their local School Games Organiser, details of which are listed below. For all other enquiries please contact Ed Bartram via firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01273 644103.
West Sussex West
based at The Regis School, Bognor Regis
based at The Angmering School
based at The Weald, Billingshurst
based at Thomas Bennett Community College, Crawley
based at St Pauls Catholic College, Burgess Hill
Holly Prescott/Mike Hart
Brighton & Hove
based at Brighton & Hove City Council
based at Beacon Academy, Crowborough
01892 603000 ext. 121
based at Hailsham Community College
Hastings & Rother
based at The Hastings Academy
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Ed delivers the Sussex Sports Awards, School Games, Parallel Youth Games & Active Sussex Network meetings, Annual Partner Conference & AGM.