Who Are School Sports Days?
We are a reputable company that’s 15 years old, that focuses on delivering fun school sports days for groups of people. Being active is proven to improve and stabalise your mental health and this is something we are passionate about. Our office is based in the historical city of Chester where we manage events across the entire UK. Read more about School Sports Days.
What are School Sport Day Events?
Remember the good old days of playing sport on a school field whilst completing against the other houses? That's what it is! We take you back in time playing a variety of fun classic games that you would have played at school. We specialise in the old school sports day which is aimed at smaller groups under 30 and our corporate sports day aimed at larger groups and teams.
What is the Origin of Sports Days?
In the UK it was played in schools across the country at the beginning of summer just before school broke up for the summer holidays. Children compete in inter-house sports day games individually and in teams to earn points for their house.
The games played on school sports days are varied but the classics that most people remember are; sprints, relay races, egg & spoon, three-legged race, sack races and many more. Some schools allowed parent and child races.
School sports days are played throughout the world.
- In the USA they call them field days
- In India they last for 2-3 days and include games like football, cricket & dodgeball
- In Russia, its traditionally run on the 2nd Saturday in August
Where do you host School Sports Days?
We have access to over 250 sport & leisure venues throughout the UK that have suitable facilities for our events. See our locations here, but if you have your own venue then just contact us. However, if you can’t get to a venue our sister website offers the best virtual team building activities.
Are School Sports Days suitable for Everyone?
Yes, they are. We cater for single sex groups like hen parties & stag do’s, but we also run events for birthday's, businesses, charities and universities all with different needs.