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NSG Colour Run 2022

That’s another Norfolk School Games COLOUR RUN over for another…

Official COLOUR RUN 2022 photos are now available to view and buy !

A massive thank you to Matt, from MP Photography & Videography,…

Date confirmed for Norfolk School Games Colour Run 2022 at Colney Park

Alongside our virtual Colour Run on the 24th June 2022, this…

The Norfolk School Games is no longer just about sports and competitions.

The Norfolk School Games is no longer just about sports and competitions. Active…

Students have the chance to win some great prizes, simply by being more active and becoming a School Games HOT SHOT.

Students have the chance to win some great prizes, simply by…

Will you be taking part in the Norfolk School Games Active Week?

The Norfolk School Games Active Week is a week-long focus on…
Rainbow Run

Get Ready for the County wide Virtual Colour Run - 25th June

As part of our ACTIVE WEEK (21st -25th June), we welcome as many…

Virtual Gymnastics

Our final celebration article is all about the virtual gymnastics…

Virtual Dance

The next of our school games articles is all about dance and…

Norfolk School Games Virtual Cross Country

Another popular event in our school games calendar is the cross…

Norfolk School Games Virtual Golf

This week we are looking back at our primary event, golf. Tri…

What is the School Games ?

The Norfolk School Games is part of the national School Games which is a government led programme designed to inspire young people to be physically active for life through positive experiences of daily activity and competition. The School Games is funded by Sport England National Lottery funding and is free for all schools to take part in.

The Games is organised by an operational group made up of representatives from Active Norfolk and the School Games Organisers(SGO’s) from the 8 School Sport Partnerships in the county.

The group is overseen by a strategy group, which comprises of stakeholders including: Primary Schools, Secondary Schools, Special Schools and the Youth Sport Trust.

What is the vision?

The Norfolk School Games will continue to make clear and meaningful difference to the lives of children and young people that can benefit the most.

What is the mission?

Putting physical activity and competitive sport at the heart of schools and providing more young
people with the opportunity to be regularly physically active and achieve their personal best.

For more information, please head over to our ‘ About the Games ‘ page.