Primary Adapted Multi-Sport PLUS Competition
12 February from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
The adapted multi-sport competition is for KS2 children in either mainstream or special schools with special educational needs or a disability. This could be physical, learning or sensory or a combination of these. The key criteria for entry is that the children require assistance and support to carry out instructions/actions during physical activity and because of this they cannot compete in a standard competition format.
Pupils need to be entered in pairs ideally but we can take individual children, it’s reasonably flexible so please do speak to us if you’re not sure. Each pair will rotate around 4 sports: Polybat, Boccia, Table Cricket and New Age Kurling, and be allocated points for each activity. The points from each activity are then added together to give each pair a total.
Children do not need to have done these sports before the competition, as they will be helped during the event. It is very much about the children having an enjoyable experience and trying out some new sports, with some element of competition.
The top 4 pairs from the Partnership will then come together to create a Partnership Team of 8, to to represent Cambridge School Sports Partnership at the County School Games Spring Festival on Thursday 25th June 2020 at One Leisure, St Ives Indoor Centre.
Deadline for entries: Wednesday 15th December
Schools will be emailed a minimum of 28 days before each competition to reconfirm their entry and the number of teams entered. Following this further spaces may become available allowing any schools still on the waiting list to take part.
Final Information on all competitions will be emailed out 7 days beforehand and orders of play etc will the be created and all paperwork completed for the event. If for any reason a school is unable to attend after confirming their entry they should give as much notice as possible to the competition organiser. Late withdrawal from a competition with less than 7 days notice will incur an administration fee of £25.