It’s National School Sport Week 2021!
The week will celebrate the return of youth sport and its power to bring people back together with a week of school sports days held up and down the country.
We’re supporting National School Sport Week by holding a free TT Kids Live session for schools this Friday, with a chance to win a bespoke table tennis master class for students just by attending.
The session will be held via zoom and will run from 0930 to 1000 on Friday 25th. It’s half an hour packed full of fun and inclusive activities for students and will definitely leave them with a smile on their face!
Holding a sports day during National School Sports Week? We have the perfect challenges for pupils to take part in!
Check out our TT Kidz Schools Virtual Championships videos for inspiration on how to get you students active on sports day:
We know how important sport and physical activity is in playing a vital role in children’s recovery, who have had their world’s turned upside down in the last year.
Our schools’ packages are designed to help schools introduce table tennis or expand their existing provision and are affordable and flexible!
Each package has been carefully chosen with key suppliers to offer robust tables and equipment suitable for a school environment.
Included in all orders is our introductory schools resource pack crammed full of tips and skills, useful templates, posters, certificates and medals to get a table tennis club and/or competition started.
We have a range of products which can support the delivery of table tennis in your primary school. To support National School Sports Week we are offering schools 10% discount on our schools equipment packages (not including tables) using discount code TTSCHOOLS10.
Find out more information about our partnership with the Jack Petchey Foundation in London and Essex including the London Schools Championships and the Schools Table Donation Scheme!
The Department for Education last week confirmed that the primary PE and Sport Premium will continue for the next academic year (2021/22).
The premium will continue at £320 million next year and schools will be able to carry over underspends until July 2022, to prioritise children’s activity as part their recovery.