Launch of the Virtual School Games Tennis

Today we launched our virtual school games Tennis video. With COVID-19 forcing schools to close, we didn’t want that to put a hold on the biggest school sporting event in Norfolk! That’s why we’ve redesigned the games and gone virtual.

Watch what we’re going to be doing to keep the spirit of the games alive this summer. Make sure you to share the videos each week and most importantly get involved.

The first challenge starts today Monday 27th April with mini-tennis!

https://youtu.be/aZTMdnppKmw 

How to submit your challenges

To take part, pupils can take a photo or video (if using video, please record your entry holding your device landscape) doing the challenge. The video can be submitted via any of the Norfolk School Games social media platforms by tagging Norfolk School Games in your post and must include their school name and year group.

  • Instagram @norfolkschoolgames
  • Twitter @norfolkschgames
  • Tiktok @norfolkschoolgames
  • Facebook post directly on the Norfolk School Games Facebook page.
  • Entries can also be emailed to [email protected]

Good Luck!!

Resources

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