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      School Games

      The school have to deliver level 1 (Intra school) competitions in order to be eligible to compete at Level 2 (inter school) and level 3 (County level) competitions. Level 1 competitions will most probably occur towards the end of half terms and can be through various sports such as Boccia, New Age Kurling and Sports hall athletics.

      We have achieved the gold award for 2018-2019.

      https://www.yourschoolgames.com/about-the-games/information-for/parents


       School Games Dates 2019-2020

      Boccia 18th October Secondary

      Kurling 10th January Secondary 

      PYG 13th May  Secondary

       School Games Day Summer 2019

      (Renamed Fun sports day) TBC

      Secondary and Primary


      Letters have been sent out to those invited to the boccia level 2 competition coming up.  26/9/2019

      I am super excited to announce that we have been awarded the school games award GOLD. 27/9/2019 

    • Sky Sports

      Living for Sport programme. The PE dept put on a six week sports programme to promote and improve team work, communication and healthy lifestyles. Sky Sports then arrange for a sporting star to visit the school. So far we have had an Olympic medalist Diver, an Olympic Bronze Medallist Hockey player and a European Champion Boxer visit us.

      This year 2015-2016 we will have Aaron Phipps Olympic GB wheelchair rugby star come in and talk to the school and lead a small selected group in different activities. This will help with their confidence and leadership skills in the hope they will lead their peers in break time and lunch time activities.

      Alex Danson Olympic Bronze Medallist Hockey player


      Peter Waterfield - Olympic Diver
    • Lloyds TSB

      We receive National School Sports Week resources to help us with our festivals and sports days.

      https://www.schoolsportweek.org/

             

      • Get Set

        As part of the Olympic legacy, St. Anthony's remains linked to the Olympic organisation which provides resources in return for information about what the school delivers as a result of the Olympic Legacy.

        • Brighton and Hove Albion Football Club

          We are privileged to have a positive link with the coaches at Brighton and Hove Football Club. The coaches have an excellent array of qualifications from traditional Football through to Wheelchair sports. The link enables good practice, resources and coaching to be shared, creating opportunities for pupils to experience new sports and engage with other staff.



          http://www.albioninthecommunity.org.uk/