Old School Sports Day is available in all major Towns and City’s Nationwide We organise your event from start to finish and provide the Venue, All equipment, Instructors running the event, Mr and Mrs Quiz and a free on-line group website to easily manage and view your event.
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Team Building Sports Day
WHAT IS OLD SCHOOL SPORTS DAY?
Taking you back to those golden years with Old School Sports Day when your biggest worry was whether your favourite cartoon was going to be on TV or if it was lumpy mash day again in the school canteen.
Each Group will be broken into “houses” where you will compete against the others to accumulate the most points for your “house” All of the old sports day classics will be on show in this event ranging from the egg and spoon race, bean bag on the head race, sack race and many more child hood classics. The event will be run as a team competition in which everyone in the team will go once at the selected race with the first team past the finish line the winner. At the end of all the races the winners will be those who have won the most points for their house.
Included in this at the half time interval is a “Mr and Mrs Quiz” which provides that personal touch for the special day. We wouldn’t want to give too much away at the moment so contact the team for more details.
This event is guaranteed to take you back to your old school days and you bouncing around on space hoppers and laughing your way down the track with a bean bag on your head. Cheered on by your team mates make sure you’re the champions and not collecting the wooden spoon.
Up to 9 Classic Sports Day Events are available
•Egg and Spoon Race
•Bean Bag on Head Race
•Space Hopper Race
•Hula Hoop Race
•3 Legged Race
The teams will be divided into 4 different “houses” who will then all compete against each other. The amount of people per team will be decided on the day depending on final numbers. The houses will wear different colour bibs and headbands. (Number of Teams = Group Size Dependant)