The Sports Village, Middlesbrough hosted the School Games County Finals on Wednesday 19th June on a wet June morning which saw competitions in Panathlon, Athletics, Tennis, Badminton, Cycling, Active Schools Change 4 Life and Try-it sports. Unfortunately due to the wet weather the Quadkids athletics, Rounders and Volleyball were all cancelled on safety grounds. Over 600 young people took part representing their school and their district to be crowned Tees Valley School Games Champions.
1st Place – Springwell (Hartlepool) 48 pts
2nd Place – Kirkleatham (Redcar & Eston) 42.5 pts
3rd Place – Marton Manor (Middlesbrough) 38.5 pts
4th Place – St Peters (Cleveland) 33 pts
5th Place – Ash Trees (Stockton Northfield) 29 pts
6th Place – Whitehouse (Stockton Central) 28 pts
Lowest points tally wins
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The Dolphin Centre, Darlington hosted the School Games County Finals on Wednesday 3rd April which saw competitions in Boccia, Swimming, Netball and Dance. Over 400 young people took part representing their school and their district to be crowned Tees Valley School Games Champions.
1st Place – Whitehouse (Stockton Central)
2nd Place – St Peters (Cleveland)
3rd Place – Beaumont Hill (Darlington)
4th Place – Sunnyside (Middlesbrough)
5th Place – Springwell (Hartlepool)
6th Place – Kilton Thorpe (Cleveland)
7th Place – Ash Trees (Stockton Northfield)
1st – Beaumont Hill 2 (Darlington)
2nd – Kings Academy 2 (Middlesbrough)
3rd – Beaumont Hill 1 (Darlington)
4th – Kirkleatham 1 (Redcar & Eston)
5th – Kilton Thorpe 1 (Cleveland)
6th – Kirkleatham 2 (Redcar & Eston)
7th – Kilton Thorpe 2 (Cleveland)
8th – Kings Academy 1 (Middlesbrough)
9th – Catcote 1 (Hartlepool)
10th – Catcote 2 (Hartlepool)
The following certificates were awarded to the schools participating;
Priory Woods – Enjoyment
Abbey Hill – Attitude
Kirkleatham School – Energy and Passion
Springwell School – Commitment
Education Village – Teamwork
Each athlete taking part was also presented with a School Games medal.
One school (TBA) will be invited to the Summer Games to be an integral part of the Opening Ceremony on 19th June.
|Year 5 Boys||Year 5 Girls||Year 6 Boys||Year 6 Girls|
|4th||(Stockton Northfield)||(Cleveland)||(Darlington)||(Stockton Northfield)|
|5th||(Cleveland)||(Redcar & Eston)*||(Stockton Central)||(Hartlepool)|
|6th||(Middlesbrough)||(Stockton Central)*||(Redcar & Eston)||(Stockton Central)|
|7th||(Redcar & Eston)||(Stockton Northfield)||(Middlesbrough)||(Redcar & Eston)|
|Year 7||Year 8|
|1st||Trinity Catholic College (Middlesbrough)||Redhouse School (Stockton)|
|2nd||Teesside High (Stockton)||Trinity Catholic College (Middlesbrough)|
|3rd||Carmel College (Darlington)||High Tunstall (Hartlepool)|
|4th||High Tunstall (Hartlepool)||Freebrough Academy (Redcar & Cleveland)|
|5th||Nunthorpe Academy (Redcar & Cleveland)||Carmel College (Darlington)|
These events could not happen without the continued support of young leaders and volunteers. The leadership on show this year has been outstanding and these young people have made the Games what they are for the young people participating.
Thank you to those who trained the leaders in preparation for the event and also to the schools who support them in offering these opportunities to the pupils.
Boccia Leaders from Middlesbrough, Panathlon Leaders from Northfield and the Swimming Leaders from Darlington Sports Partnerships.
Results from previous years