Cotswold Small Sports Games
The ‘Cotswold Small Schools Games’ was the brainchild of Mr Steve Revett (our Head of PE) and Mr Chris Rogers (Old Sodbury Primary school). The aim of the Cotswold Small Schools Games is to give children in small schools greater opportunity at believing, achieving and succeeding in inter-school competition.
About Cotswold Small Sports Games
- At every Cotswold Small Schools Games competition, children will have the opportunity to achieve silverware for themselves and their school. School teams will play for Bronze, Silver and Gold medals in addition to the competition trophy that will be engraved with the winning school’s name and kept at the winning school until the competition is held in the following year. All schools and children will receive participation certificates.
- To create an identity for the Cotswold Small Schools Games, the logo links all of the Cotswold Small School together; North Road, Iron Acton, Old Sodbury, Oldbury-on-Seven, St Andrews, Horton, Hawkesbury, Rangeworthy and Tortworth. The tree represents our Cotswold countryside, and features each of the individual schools colours, highlighting the small schools network as a whole entity. While the figure reaching for a star respresents teaching for achievement and success.
- The Cotswold Small Schools Games will hold a termly sports competition focused on a particular Spirit of the Games Value – a set of values that focus on personal excellence through competition. These Values are Honesty, Teamwork, Respect, Self-Belief, Passion and Determination.
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