Skegness Grammar School hosts sports competitions for local primary pupils

Skegness Grammar School, part of the David Ross Education Trust, welcomed over 600 primary school children from across Lincolnshire’s coastal area to take part in a number of inter-school sporting competitions.

 

The competitions were hosted as part of the School Games programme, an initiative funded by Sport England and delivered by the Youth Sport Trust, which is designed to keep competitive sport at the heart of schools by providing opportunities for young people to take part in competitions and achieve their personal best. 

 

Throughout the seven-week period, pupils aged 7-11 from 13 local schools were invited to compete in a number of rowing tournaments, indoor football matches and an athletics competition.

 

As part of a final event, pupils took part in a Sports Hall Athletics tournament. Following a closely fought competition, Friskney All Saints Church of England Primary School was named the Small School Winner, and Horncastle Community Primary School was crowned the Large School Champion. As a result of their success, both teams will represent the Lincolnshire coastal area during a countywide competition this summer.

 

Steph Powell, School Games Organiser at Skegness Grammar School, said: “Our School Games competitions have been brilliantly received by the pupils, staff, leaders, and spectators.

 

“It is fantastic to see that other schools within the area have been able to benefit from the pioneering sports programme offered at Skegness Grammar School.”

 

SPORTING EXCELLENCE

 

Skegness Grammar School, part of the David Ross Education Trust, aims to provide every student with a world-class education by focusing on delivering high standards of attainment and achievement, whilst raising confidence and self-esteem amongst individuals.

 

This incredible opportunity, which was made possible by the David Ross Education Trust’s partnership with School Games, is one of the many events that aim to motivate and encourage young people to develop their passions and discover their talents.

 

Steph Powell added: “As well as providing incredible sporting opportunities for students at Skegness Grammar School, our pioneering enrichment programme helps to bring members of the local community together and inspire many young children to aim high and be the best they can be.

 

“This competition is just one of the incredible sporting opportunities we provide at Skegness Grammar School, and we are looking forward to seeing many more local primary schools taking part in the future.”

 

If you would like to find out how Skegness Grammar School can broaden your child’s horizons, please contact 01754 610 000 or email enquiries@skegnessgrammar.co.uk