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Due to current restrictions on physical distancing face to face competition is on hold. The Virtual Surrey School Games enables intra and inter-school competition to continue across the county.

Autumn Term 2020

This terms programme is now live - see launch video.

The Autumn term may be difficult for some young people, so we've designed this term's Virtual Surrey School Games around four principles:

  1. Giving all young people attending school in Surrey an opportunity to participate in physical activity for 60 minutes a day, in a fun and interactive way.
  2. Keeping the School Games offer simple to encourage schools and young people to participate with a focus on those from low socio-economic areas, BAME, SEND and those transitioning from Year 6 to 7.
  3. Providing resources that offer competitive & leadership opportunities.
  4. Supporting young people's mental and physical wellbeing and their reintegration back into (new) school life by helping to create a positive and active environment.

The Virtual School Games programme for the Autumn term focuses on four activities, released in two waves:






Why has this activity been chosen?

Focused on teamwork, connections and building friendships, in a fun, relaxed atmosphere. Supporting individuals who may be suffering from loneliness and a lack of belonging.



Activities focus on inclusive participation through multi-sport activities. These will inspire young people with SEND (Special Education Needs and Disability) and develop their social interaction and personal skills.

Focusing on personal best achievements, building resilience and developing fundamental movement skills for those who may be lacking competency and fitness from being away from the school environment for a prolonged time.

Creative dance provides many physical and mental benefits; mobility, flexibility, co-ordination, self confidence and self-esteem. Exploring emotions and feelings through storytelling and music can assist those experiencing trauma.

Launch Date

30 September

30 September

4 November

4 November

Submission Date

16 December

16 December

16 December

10 February


Active Surrey have developed flexible resources, for all key stages incuding those with SEND,  that can be incorporated into any school timetable; as part of a break, extra-curricular activity or during lessons. 

A plain text version, containing all of the information from the above resources, is available for accessibility purposes. 

If you have any questions or would like support, please contact the Active Schools Team.

How can you be part of the Autumn Term Virtual Surrey School Games?

  • Choose an Activity format you would like to get involved in.
  • Follow the ‘Process’ stated on the selected Activity format.
  • Record the information and scores from the Activity format.
  • For Rounders and Athletics - Record scores in class and update the tracker to reflect progression.
  • Try again later in the week or month with a new format, STEPS adaptation or try to achieve a new personal best.
  • Submit entry information, scores or videos by the stated deadline, using the submission process detailed on the Activity format.
  • Receive certificates, find your place on the Leader board and celebrate!

To participate in the Virtual Surrey School Games, please read the Terms and Conditions of entry and privacy policy.

It's back for the autumn term
Activities this term include: Rounders (focusing on teamwork) and Panathlon (focusing on inclusive participation)

Upcoming Terms

Decisions for the upcoming terms will be made following consultation with schools and in line with Government Guidance.

Any upcoming event in the Surrey School Games will be an Open Entry Event (non-qualifying). Exceptions could occur, subject to guidance, however Active Surrey would organise and facilitate a local district qualifier and County Final (Pathway Competition) if needed.

Please contact Charlie Winter if you have any questions or queries.

Congratulating achievements across the county

Summer 2020

#VirtualSSG2020 kicked off in the Summer Term, with weekly themed activities. 57 schools submitted over 2500 entries. 

Well done to everyone who took part, whether it was at home or in your school bubbles! Great results and personal achievements from you all!

Check out the final Summer Term Leaderboard includng details of week 7.

Celebrate as the Summer Champions and Cultural winners are announced. 

Partner logo lock up including Team GB, The British Paralympic Association, Department for Digital Culture, Media and Sport, Change4life, Sport England and National Lottery Funded, Youth Sport Trust