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London Youth Games






Primary and secondary schools right across London come together every year at the School Games. They face off in four kinds of competition: intra-school, local inter-school, county finals and the School Games National Finals.



Every year, 33 London boroughs set their sights on the Jubilee Trophy, the ultimate prize in our Open Games. Your borough’s top scores in every competition all get added together. Whoever has the most points is declared the winner.


Current Standings







A fun ‘compete against yourself’ approach to physical activity with a focus on resilience and perseverance and the aim to achieve bronze, silver or gold medal targets. A range of activity cards and videos available on their website.


Click here to start a challenge now.



PE activities can be done individually or in pairs/small groups with a focus on the development of physical competence and actively learning the importance of personal skills to support social, emotional and mental wellbeing.


Activity cards

Created in partnership with Complete PE, there are activity cards available across all PE curriculum areas on the Youth Sport Trust website, with each card brought to life with a short video clip. You can download and share the activity cards and can access the paired video by clicking on the YouTube link next to the activity.


Click here to get started with your free activity cards.





10 Minute Shake Up games


Change4Life and Disney have teamed up again to bring you new Shake Up games inspired by Disney and Pixar's Toy Story 4 and Incredibles 2, and Disney's The Lion King and Frozen. These 10-minute bursts of fun will really get your kids moving and count towards the 60 active minutes they need every day!


Click here to try them out now


Save the air, walk there!


Use the map below to plan your walking journey to and from school.



We want to encourage all our children to walk to school as there are many benefits.  Here are a few:


  • Fitness and health


It's advised that children need at least one hour of physical activity each day.  Walking to school is a great way of exercising.


Plan your journey to school through traffic-free roads and quieter routes to avoid high levels of pollution.


  • Concentration at school


Studies show that children can burn off excess energy by walking to school thereby allowing them to settle in class and focus on learning.


  • Road safety skills


'Good habits learned young are learned well'

Teach children how to walk safely to school so they can continue to do this as they get older.


  • Socialising and independence


A walking bus or walking to school with friends when older, can help children build friendships.  As a parent, walking to and from school with your child is a great way of having time in the day to bond - relaxing and talking.


Download your walking map today


STARS – Sustainable Travel: Active, Responsible, Safe

Going for Gold!


STARS – Sustainable Travel: Active, Responsible, Safe – is an accreditation scheme for schools, nurseries and colleges to inspire young Londoners to travel sustainably, actively, responsibly and safely.


In doing this, STARS empowers pupils and improves the safety and wellbeing of the whole community. It also encourages active travel behaviour and improves the environment around the school.


Almost 1,500 schools, nurseries and colleges in London are STARS accredited and we, Seven Sisters Primary School are one of them.


Participation in STARS can benefit the whole school community:

  • Children are healthier; pupils are more energetic and better prepared to participate throughout the school day
  • Improved attendance and academic success
  • Fewer cars, less congestion and improved air quality around the school
  • Equipping young people with valuable life skills to travel actively, responsibly and safely
  • Recognition within the school, the local community and across London for travel related achievements



To get the gold award we had to be able to:

  • Complete 40 different travel activities within three academic years
  • Provide evidence for each activity completed (eg a photo or meeting minutes)
  • Demonstrate at least a 6% modal shift away from the car or at least 90% of pupils travelling via non-car modes
  • See a high level of participation and engagement in active travel across the whole school community