The Lincolnshire School Games aims to motivate and inspire young people across the county to take part in competitive school sport.
The focus of the Lincolnshire School Games is to engage and enthuse more young people than ever before to participate in high quality meaningful school competition, supporting them in achieving their own personal best in sport and life.
The School Games is a chance for all schools in Lincolnshire to build on their existing work and boost school sport by creating a year-round competition calendar for all students. These events will culminate into the summer School Games festival.
The School Games in Lincolnshire are designed to build on the legacy of 2012 to enable every school and every child to participate in competitive, inclusive sport.
Make sure your school is involved in the Lincolnshire School Games. Register now or read on below for more information.
How do the Lincolnshire School Games work?
Each school is grouped into a School Sport Partnership (SSP) depending on where they are in the county. Click to download the Lincolnshire SSP Boundaries map to see what SSP your school is in.
The School Games are made up of four levels of activity. They are: competition in schools, between schools, at county level and a national finals event.
For more information visit the Your School Games website.
Get your school involved
If you’d like to take part in the School Games, contact Angus Drew at Active Lincolnshire by emailing email@example.com or telephone on 01522 730 325.
Alternatively , contact your Local School Games Organiser (SGO) to enter Level 2 competitions.
Cherry Willingham SSP – Michelle Manby firstname.lastname@example.org
City of Lincoln SSP – Jenny Elsom email@example.com
Lincolnshire Central SSP – Matt Evans firstname.lastname@example.org
Lincolnshire South West – Terry Plumb email@example.com
The Wolds SSP – Alan Grantham firstname.lastname@example.org
Lincolnshire Coastal – Stephanie Powell SPowell@dret.co.uk
Boston & District SSP – Matt Haslam email@example.com
Lincolnshire South East – Rupert Gibson firstname.lastname@example.org