Enter competition

With the full return of pupils we are excited to introduce schools with the opportunity to engage in a series of virtual sporting challenges which help young people capture the enjoyment, competition and camaraderie they will mss out by not being able to attend our inter school Merton borough events.

MSSP have developed a Virtual Primary Schools Tri-Golf Challenge for your children and pupils to participate in which will run until Friday 11 December. 

There are 5 activities for you to try in school with instructions on how to take part below. The activities are Bullseye, Zone Ball, Target Tunnel, Dominoes and Grand National. 

Please follow the instructions and video demonstration video below to help you set up and record your scores for the activity. There is an additional support pack at the bottom of this page that you can download to help you get set up and ready for the challenges.

Once your pupils have practised the activity they can record their best score using the entry form which has been provided to you. You have until 6pm on Friday 11 December to submit your scores to your MSSP Sports Coordinator.

If your school is using google sheets you can also access the scoresheet here. Remember to make your own copy before editing the scoresheet!

Complete the challenge. Submit your score. Share your efforts.

 

 

Thank you for entering this event, please consider the following information

Be safe…

Parents and Carers – You may like to check out your school’s internet safety advice to help you when talking to your children about online safety:

Please Remember:

  • Never give your childs personal details over social media/internet – for example name, age, home address, email or phone number. Anyone in the world may have access to this.
  • Anything you post will be there forever for anyone to see.
  • Will you be happy with this in ten years’ time?
  • Make sure you keep things positive and avoid making anything personal about other people.
  • Your parent or carer MUST give permission and manage the content being uploaded.
  • ALWAYS THINK BEFORE YOU POST.

For more detailed advice please see:

NSPCC's online safety pages and Childline's online and mobile safety.

All this and more about online safety and social media can be found via the CPSU link:

Child Protection in Sport Unit - Online Safety

General Data Protection Regulations

MSSP will not collect or retain any individual child responses or data. Your email will only be used to communicate with you regards to entry to the event. Following completion of the event, any email or data provided will be removed within 7 days.

Merton School Sport Partnership (MSSP) – Activity Liability Disclaimer

By undertaking the activities produced by MSSP or by other bodies that MSSP has provided a link to, you agree that the replication of anything seen is done so entirely at your own risk.

In the planning and production of our Activity Video’s as well as any other physical challenges listed on our website and newsletter content, MSSP has endeavoured to meet current health and safety guidelines. However parental/primary caregiver permission must be given to a child before they commence any of these activities. This includes the use of different household items or sporting equipment within an activity, as well as the suitability of space that they are active in.

MSSP also reserves the right to remove any information or material on the Website without warning, and without prejudice to any other accrued rights, and/or make available such information or material when required to do so by law or when requested to do so by regulatory bodies or law enforcement organisations.

 

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