Sports Days

The Elms can take the responsibility away from your staff to organise and deliver a bespoke Sports Day in the Summer Term.

We can discuss events, size of groups/teams, duration, level of competition and event layout. Ensuring you have a stress free – but action packed – day. One that children, parents and staff will all remember.

Your school’s bespoke sports day can include recording of scores – allowing for a long term school competition, as well as a ‘Roll of Honour’.

Medals and presentations can also be part of the package.


  • Sprints (30m-80m)
  • Hurdles (30m-80m adjustable height)
  • Long Distance (150m-400m)
  • Relay


  • Javelin (Foam)
  • Shot Put (Rubber)
  • Discus (Rubber)
  • Long Jump (Standing)
  • Triple Jump (KS2)
  • Three Jumps (KS1)
  • Three Hops (KS1)
  • High Jump (based on school facilities/venue)
  • Bean Bag Throw (KS1)
  • Tennis Ball Throw KS1)


  • Egg & Spoon Race
  • Sack Race
  • Bean Bag Race
  • Obstacle Race
  • Fancy Dress Race

Activity Days

ESS can relieve your teaching staff for particular year groups simultaneously with innovative activity days. Organised games and activities are planned and delivered allowing staff PPA and meetings to go ahead whilst ensuring the children are active and productive.

Inter-House Competitions

If your school has houses or teams that the children represent, how about setting up fun, competitive games for them to play in? Football, Hockey, Netball and Tag Rugby are just a few sports on offer. League tables, as well as targets, can be introduced.

David Bryant, Head Teacher

Southbury School, Enfield – May 2019

“I just wanted to say how delighted we have been with Tez. I am so impressed with his attitude and approach, and with his manner with the children and rapport with staff. I was lucky enough to go along to the Enfield Schools Basketball Tournament with Kerry and Tez last week. Tez had put a lot of his own time into coaching the children as well as during our lunchtime sessions and you could really see how much it meant to the children. They were delighted to be there, and performed very well. So much so, in fact, that we have been asked to represent Enfield in the London Youth Games at Crystal Palace in July which is a real honour. Aside from this, Tez always deals with any issues that arise at school very professionally and appropriately and overall is a pleasure to have in the school. I just wanted to pass that on.”