Yr 4/5/6 Small Schools Competition- Quadkids Athletics
10 June from 9:30 am - 11:45 am
DUE TO COVID 19 WE HAVE MADE THE DECISION NOT TO OPEN THE SUMMER TERM COMPETITIONS UNTIL DECEMBER. THE SPRING/SUMMER DATES MAY CHANGE, THIS WILL BE CONFIRMED WHEN BOOKING HAS OPENED.
BOOKING FOR THIS COMPETITION WILL OPEN ON TUESDAY 1st DECEMBER.
This event is part of the School Games programme and is open to all Small Schools in the Partnership.
The definition of a small school, based on School Games criteria, is any school that has fewer than 120 students in KS2 and no more than 30 pupils in Year 6.
Small schools can opt for the competition they prefer to enter, but they cannot enter both the Small Schools and the regular competition.
Quadkids is an exciting and easy to organise athletics concept designed to give more children the opportunity to participate in and enjoy athletics. It covers the core disciplines of running, throwing and jumping in a team format.
Teams are made up of 5 boys and 5 girls, with each athlete competing in all events. Individual performances are scored using a points table and the winners are the team with the highest cumulative points score. All athletes take part in a 75m sprint, vortex howler throw, standing long jump and 600m run.
The two top placed schools from this competition will go forward to represent Cambridge SSP at the County School Games Summer Finals TBC.
Download a manual to find out more about Quadkids and the rules of each event. Please refer to pages 14-18.
If you would like some support with introducing or developing Quadkids in your school please contact us.
Don’t forget to visit the School Games website where you can download resources to support the delivery of intra-school athletics in your school.
Further information on this event will be issued nearer the time but schools are encouraged to enter early as there are only a limited number of entries for this event.
Maximum teams per school: 1
Maximum entries available: 12
Deadline for entries: Thursday 13th May
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.