2020 LYG Summer Virtual CompetitionBack
Congratulations to all 19 schools who took part in the inaugural virtual London Youth Games competition! This event ran for 4 weeks and offered a choice of 3 challenges per week, which were devised by young people from different London boroughs; tasks varied from specific sports skills, to endurance activities and dance.
Some challenges asked for scores and others were measured purely according to participation levels for each borough. Over the 4 weeks a total of 972 students from both primary and secondary schools in Sutton registered their participation and took on the various challenges. On the final leader board Sutton ended up in 17th place out of 33 London boroughs! This is a great start to what will be the manner of competitions going into the Autumn term.
The two winning schools with the most number of participants were St Philomena’s Catholic Girls School and All Saints Carshalton. Each school will be awarded a plaque in September to celebrate their achievement.
|NAME OF SCHOOL||NUMBERS PARTICIPATING OVER 4 WEEKS|
|All Saints Carshalton CofE Primary School||178|
|Bandon Hill Primary School||169|
|Barrow Hedges Primary School||5|
|Brookfield Primary Academy||103|
|Carshalton Boys Sports College||13|
|Carshalton High School for Girls||1|
|Cheam Common Junior Academy||12|
|Cheam Fields Primary Academy||158|
|Cheam Park Farm Primary Academy||17|
|Dorchester Primary School||6|
|Manor Park Primary Academy||2|
|Harris Academy Sutton||13|
|Nonsuch High School for Girls||25|
|St Philomena’s High School for Girls||142|
|The John Fisher School||21|
|Wallington County Grammar School||48|
|Wallington High School for Girls||24|