The Norfolk School Games is the largest school sport event to ever be held in Norfolk. Since 2012 the annual event has provided opportunities for our pupils across the county to compete in many different sports at different levels. Each year more and more pupils take part with an estimated 18,000 young people accessing 14 different sports across 150 events this year alone. The Games are part of the national School Games initiative which aims to inspire more young people to take part in competitive school sport.
Our vision for the Norfolk School Games is to continue to make a meaningful difference to the lives of the young people who can benefit the most.
Our mission is to keep competitive sport and physical activity at the heart of schools, providing engaging opportunities for young people to develop as characters, realise their potential and continue their pathway to an active, healthy, happy and prosperous life.
The Norfolk School Games is organised by Active Norfolk and the eight School Sport Partnerships (SSPs) in the county and sponsored by the SportsPark.
On Day 2 of the Winter School Games Finals over 600 Yr 3-6 pupils from across the County represented their local School Sport Partnership (SSP) in the Cross Country Finals at Gresham’s School in Holt. The conditions were challenging with high winds battering the runners as they tackled the challenging course around the school grounds. Pupils […]
Today saw the 2015 Norfolk Winter School Games Finals kick off in style with two exciting events at two of Norfolks best sporting facilities. Special School Games This morning 150 pupils from 8 of the County’s Special Schools came together at the UEA Sportspark to compete in a range of sports including; Indoor Rowing, New […]
Pupils from across Norfolk will be competing from 27th February – 6th March at the Norfolk Winter School Games event. 2,500 young people will compete in 16 sports including skiing, table tennis, basketball, tag rugby and sportshall athletics in a range of venues across the County. The Norfolk School Games is the largest school sport […]
Today was the sixth and final day of the Summer Games and the temperature was scorching both on and off the track. The Games culminated in a hugely exciting athletics finals for pupils in Years 7-10 held at Norfolk’s premier athletics track at the Sportspark, UEA. All of the pupils had qualified to take part […]
Day 5 of the Games moved to the Easton College campus and its neighboring Norwich Family Golf Centre. The day saw pupils in years 3-6 compete in tri golf, mini tennis and basketball. The mini tennis competition was held in the colleges impressive indoor tennis centre with the support of the centres expert coaches. Teams […]
Day 4 saw the Norfolk School Games bandwagon move back to the Sportspark at the University of East Anglia (UEA) and it was another hot day with temperatures hitting 23 degrees. The day was the biggest of the Summer Games with 5 different competitions running at the Sportspark and even spilling over to neighboring City […]
Day 3 of the Summer Games included two County Finals in two very differing sports; football and angling. The football finals saw qualifying teams of Year 3-4 pupils from each of the eight School Sport Partnerships (SSPs) in the County converge on the Football Development Centre in Bowthorpe, Norwich to battle it out for the […]
Day 2 of the Summer School Games took place in the beautiful sunshine of Whitlingham Country Park. The day included county finals in two sports which were both new to the Norfolk School Games; sailing and cycling. Both were introduced to provide a wider range of competitive school sport activities to young people across the […]
Today saw the launch of the 2014 Norfolk Summer School Games. The Summer Games follows on from the successful Winter Games which was held in March and saw thousands of young people pupils compete in a variety of different winter sports. The Norfolk School Games is part of the national Sainsbury’s School Games initiative and aims […]
Day 5 of the Games moved from the rugby pitches of Diss to the sportshalls of the Sportspark in Norwich. The morning session saw pupils from across the country take part in a sportshall athletics competition targeted specifically at pupils in mainstream schools with special educational needs or a disability (SEND). The competition aimed to give […]