Autumn Championships

Launching: Monday, 9 November

Aim: the aim of the virtual championships is to encourage as many children at your school to take part and be active. We would love for you to share your pictures and videos attempting the activities with us on twitter using #TEDVE

Sports: 
In line with the sports that are usually held in the autumn term, the autumn virtual championships will include the following sports: 

  • Hockey 
  • Football 
  • Gymnastics - indoor activities
  • Health & Wellbeing – these activities can be done individually. They have been designed so that if you have bubbles isolating at home, they can still take part in this round.

Each sport includes 5 activities. Click here to see all activities. Each activity is accompanied with an explanation as to how to complete it and how to measure it. The activities have been kept as simple and fun as possible so that it is easy and fair to measure across schools.

Entries:

  • The virtual championships are school championships, not individual championships.
  • Each activity has been designed so that all ages and genders can have a go. Some are harder than others but children can still have a go and give it their best shot. 
  • An unlimited number of children from your school can take part in each activity.
  • You can enter all sports or just one or two. 
  • When entering a sport, you should complete all 5 activities within that sport e.g. if you enter Hockey, you should submit results for all 5 Hockey activities.

Scoring:

  • All participants will have their score counted towards the overall activity total. 
  • Only one score per activity per participant (or pair) can count towards the activity total. e.g. Johnny can practice 5 times, on his 6th go his score will count.
  • For each activity, add together all participants scores to give a cumulative activity score.
  • Note the number of participants that have attempted each activity as this will be required for your average activity score.

COVID Guidance:
Schools must follow DfE guidance and school risk assessments when completing all activities. 

How to enter: 

  1. Register your school below.
  2. You will be sent a link to a google spreadsheet to submit your scores. 
  3. You have 4 weeks to try as many sports & activities as possible and record your results.
  4. Enter your results on the google spreadsheet by Friday, 4 December. 

Cost to enter: FREE! 

Results:
Results will be announced in the week beginning 7 December. There will be recognition for schools who participate. 

Rules of entry

  • You must nominate one member of staff to verify all results submitted.
  • The championships are designed to encourage mass participation in your school. 
  • You must submit scores for all 5 activities within a sport for your results to be counted for that sport. 
  • Results must be submited by Friday, 4 December to be counted.

Spring Championships

Launching: Monday, 4 January

Aim: the aim of the virtual championships is to encourage as many children at your school to take part and be active. We would love for you to share your pictures and videos attempting the activities with us on twitter using #TEDVE

Sports: 
In line with the sports that are usually hosted in the spring term, the spring virtual championships will include the following sports: 

  • Hockey 
  • Netball 
  • Basketball
  • Rugby 
  • Health & Wellbeing – these activities can be done individually with no equipment. They have been designed so that even if you have bubbles isolating at home, they could still take part in this round.

Each sport includes 5 activities. Click here to see all activities. Each activity is accompanied with an explanation as to how to complete it and how to measure it. The activities have been kept as simple and fun as possible so that it is easy and fair to measure across schools.

Entries:

  • The virtual championships are school championships, not individual championships.
  • Each activity has been designed so that all ages and genders can have a go.
  • An unlimited number of children from your school can take part in each activity.
  • You can enter all sports or just one or two. 
  • When entering a sport, you should complete all 5 activities within that sport e.g. if you enter Hockey, you should submit results for all 5 Hockey activities.

Scoring:

  • All participants who take part will have their score counted towards the overall activity total. 
  • Only one score per activity per participant (or pair) can count towards the activity total. e.g. Johnny can practice 5 times, on his 6th go his score will count.
  • For each activity, add together all participants scores to give a cumulative activity score.
  • Note the number of participants that have attempted each activity as this will be required for your average activity score.

COVID Guidance:
Schools must follow DfE guidance and school risk assessments when completing all activities. 

How to enter: 

  • Register your school below.
  • You will be sent a link to a google spreadsheet to submit your scores. 
  • You have 4 weeks to try as many sports & activities as possible and record your results.
  • Enter your results on the google spreadsheet by Friday, 5 February. 

Cost to enter: FREE! 

Results:
Results will be announced in the week beginning 8 Febraury. There will be recognition for schools who participate. 


Rules of entry

  • You must nominate one member of staff to verify all results submitted.
  • The championships are designed to encourage mass participation in your school. 
  • You must submit scores for all 5 activities within a sport for your results to be counted for that sport. 
  • Results must be submited by Friday 4 February to be counted.

Results

Autumn Virtual Championships Results 

 

Spring Virtual Championships Results 

 

Upcoming events

9 November – 4 December 2020

Autumn Virtual Championships

The virtual championships are hosted by IAPS's new mascot TED! 

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