Get Set

The aims of Get Set

  • Enhance young people’s learning right across the curriculum – through sport, culture and education
  • Support and drive existing educational priorities and agendas
  • To involve as many children and young people as possible in the excitement of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
  • To take the magic and inspiration of the London 2012 Games out to classrooms, playgrounds and into the lives of young people across the UK.
  • To support children and young people across the UK in the development of their leadership, personal, thinking and life skills.

What is Get Set?

Get Set is the official London 2012 education programme for schools, college and local authority education providers across the UK.  Every school in the West Sussex West area is able to register with the Get Set programme by visiting: http://getset.london2012.com/

The Get Set website

This website offers a huge range of opportunities and resoures targeted at 3-19 year olds.

You’ll find a whole range of flexible, interactive learning resources designed to get you thinking about the Olympic and Paralympic Values and the London 2012 Games – with games, fact sheets, films, news articles and much more.

Register with the programme to receive access to even more resources and opportunities, a monthly newsletter and the chance to join the Get Set network and be rewarded and recognised for your school/college work.

The network is made up of learning providers who are demonstrably living one or more of the Olympic and Paralympic Values and are committed to integrating these Values into their whole school development planning and ethos.

What is the Get Set network?

The Get Set network is a special community of schools and colleges which are:

  • demonstrating a commitment to the Olympic and Paralympic Values: respect, friendship, equality, excellence, inspiration, courage and determination
  • Using the London 2012 Games to inspire learners of all ages and abilities to get involved in Values-based projects and activities.

Any school or college in the UK can become a member of the Get Set network and receive rewards and recognition from London 2012.

Why join the Nework?

http://getset.london2012.com/en/join-us/why-join-the-get-set-network

Resources

Get Set registered schools - updated Nov 2011.pdf 08/11/2011 40.0 KB
Values Certificate.pdf 08/11/2011 118.6 KB

Upcoming Events

Yr5/6 Basketball Tournament (FAB)

Date: 25th February 2020
Time: 13:00 PM - 15:00 PM

Bronze Ambassador Conference- Chichester area

Date: 27th February 2020
Time: 12:30 PM - 16:00 PM

Bronze Ambassador Conference- Bognor Area

Date: 28th February 2020
Time: 12:30 PM - 16:00 PM

Latest News

Badminton Festival

Last week WSW SSP and Badminton England ran a badminton festival for year 3s and year 4s at Westgate Leisure Centre. From 7 different schools 56 children participated and 10 Sports Leaders from The Regis School helped run the festival smoothly.

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WSW Sports Co-ordinatior role- Apply today!

Please see link below to apply for our new position of sports co-ordinator https://www.theregisschool.co.uk/working-for-us/vacancies

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