MILTON KEYNES SCHOOLS SPORT PARTNERSHIP

Competitions

The  School Games

The SSP deliver the objectives of the School Games, designed to build on the magic of London 2012 to enable every school and child to participate in competitive sport, including meaningful opportunities for young people with a disability.

Within Milton Keynes we have an established primary and secondary competition framework and calendar of events. Opportunities are available at Level1 and Level2 for all schools. Qualification from regional events with culminate in a finals for most KS2 events. The SSP support the LOC (local Organising Committtee) in the delivery and pathway for schools to the Level3 County School Games. Sports with a pathway to County School Games are highlighted in red.

For primary competitions please book online via the links below:

  • Organisation was excellent!

    "Organisation was excellent, great atmosphere and the links to clubs on the back of the certificates was fabulous."

    Portfields, PE Team

  • Thank you for inviting me to this wonderful event.

    "All the sports were brilliant and I had a wonderful time... Another thing I liked was being able to meet and talk with people who had other disabilities. I hope to see you next year."

    Tilly, Loughton School

  • Fantastic tutor!

    "Fantastic tutor. Very practical, informative and easy to follow. Would like to attend further courses."

    Karen Kelly, Slated Row

  • Great ideas!

    "Great ideas of how to structure lessons and build on simple ideas. Really fun and exciting. Brilliant."

    Vicky Smith, Haydon Abbey School

  • A lot more confident!

    "I am now a lot more confident and knowledgeable with regard to using gymnastics equipment in a lesson and structuring the session appropriately."

    John Reynolds, Coach

  • Outstanding!

    "The CPD courses have helped give me confidence and knowledge to deliver high quality PE lessons throughout the school... this has given me the platform to strive towards 'Outstanding' lessons on a regular basis."

    Joel Oakley, New Bradwell