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School Games Organiser (SGO) Information

Welcome to the School Games Organiser Web Pages.

This area provides information about the School Games and other programmes running across the South Eastleigh and Winchester School Sport Partnership.   


Below is the 2018/19 competition calendar:

Personal Best Challenges

This year we have launched Personal Best Challenges. These are designed to encourage KS2 and KS1 children to improve a range of fundamental skills.

More information and everything you need can be found following the link below:

The School Games Organiser for the South Eastleigh and Winchester School Sport Partnership is Darren Waterman. Darren is based at Botley CofE Primary School. Darren works for 3 days a week in the role and these are Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday  however he will reply to e-mails through out the week.

Darren can be contacted by e-mail (


The key focus of the SGO is as follows:

Increasing competition:

Drive participation in School Games competition and increase the number of young people taking part in competition. This includes developing competitive opportunities for all, including the least active. Competition is encouraged at all levels within the competition framework as below:

LEVEL 1        Intra-school    competition   (within a school e.g. house matches)

LEVEL 2   Inter-school competition between schools (at local level and across the partnership)

LEVEL 3     Annual county culmination of inter-school competition - Hampshire School Games

LEVEL 4        National multi-sport  residential event -Progression through NGB performance system


Increasing participation:

Part of the role of the SGO is to increase participation in club sport both in school and the community. This involves the least active through Change 4 Life Sports Clubs and increasing links to local clubs.


Developing volunteers and the workforce:

To enable participation to increase and to improve the quality of provision there is a focus on developing young leaders and adults who work with young people. Young leaders will have opportunities to acquire training and then to use their skills working with others. There will also be CPD offered to support adults both in curriculum time and clubs.