School Games

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The Black Country School Games showcases the energy and passion young people have for sport, leadership and competition.

The focus of the Black Country 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 the Black Country to build on their existing work and boost school sport by creating a year-round competition calendar for all students.  These events culminate into the summer School Games festival.  The format is as follows: competition in schools, between schools and at county level.

The 2018 Black Country School Games

View or download the results of the sport specific events:                 Download the results of the summer festival (29 June 2018):

2018 Black Country School Games                                                            

Click here to view the photos from the 2018 Black Country School Games Summer Festival.

Click here to view the Videoke produced by the Young Media Leaders at the 2018 Summer Festival

The 2017 Black Country School Games

You can view the photos from the 2017 festival here.

You can view the festival video produced by the young media leaders here.

View or download the results of the sport specific event up to June:    View or download the results of the 2017 Festival (23rd June):

                            Results to date                                                               Black Country School Games Festival Results        

View or download the list of schools involved in the Level 3 Festival:

                            Schools Engaged in the Level 3 Festival

School Games Summer Festival 2017

This year’s School Games Summer Festival was held on Friday 23rd June 2017 at the University of Wolverhampton, Walsall Campus.

The Festival was the grand finale of a 6 month programme and included 8 sports, an opening and closing ceremony and a variety of sporting events for all ages. Schools had competed over the academic year to win their regional competitions and qualify through to the event. The Festival saw over 1400 young people from across 80 Black Country schools taking part. Over 200 young leaders and volunteers made up the workforce organising and delivering the events programme.

This year’s games also raised money for the charity ‘Smile for Joel’.

Wolverhampton won this years ‘Joel Richards Black Country Schools Games Festival Cup’ from the 2016 winners Sandwell.

Click here to view the festival results.

For further information on the Black Country School Games, email Tim Aldred or call Tim on 01384 471135.