SuperSport- Let’s Play

SuperSport, in partnership with the Department of Basic Education, Sport and Recreation South Africa, the Physical Education Institute of South Africa and UNICEF SA, launched the Let’s Play Physical Education Challenge in 2015 and continued this initiative in 2016, with the primary objective to reinforce the instruction of curriculum-oriented Physical Education and to promote physical activity in all primary schools targeted at Grade 4’s.

The inaugural competition in 2015 involved 403 000 learners across 473 primary schools, and the overall winner was announced in November 2015, being River View Primary School in Worcester, who won a state of the art multipurpose sport court, which was officially handed over to them on 29 January 2016.

On 1 February 2016, this Challenge was re-launched and once again targeted at Grade 4 learners, involving 600 000 learners across  651 schools who competed in this event across all nine provinces.  The fittest school from the 2016 competition was Rosendal Intermediate School in the Northern Cape, and they received their multipurpose sport court at the official handover on 7th February 2017.

This year’s 2017 Let’s Play Physical Education Challenge will engage with more than 1500 Primary schools, doubling the participation from last year. Schools are invited to enter by calling one of the following numbers: 011 849 7411 or 079 529 8862 (all hours).

visit www.supersport.com/letsplay

Let’s Play offers sustainable sport development activity in primary schools and communities in South Africa, Nigeria and, more recently, Kenya. This  program aims to get children actively involved in sport.

Let’s Play Physical Education Challenge Competition

SuperSport, in partnership with the Department of Basic Education, Sport and Recreation South Africa, the Physical Education Institute of South Africa and UNICEF SA, launched the Let’s Play Physical Education Challenge in 2015 and continued this initiative in 2016, with the primary objective to reinforce the instruction of curriculum-oriented Physical Education and to promote physical activity in all primary schools targeted at Grade 4’s.

The inaugural competition in 2015 involved 403 000 learners across 473 primary schools, and the overall winner was announced in November 2015, being River View Primary School in Worcester, who won a state of the art multipurpose sport court, which was officially handed over to them on 29 January 2016.

On 1 February 2016, this Challenge was re-launched and once again targeted at Grade 4 learners, involving 600 000 learners across  651 schools who competed in this event across all nine provinces.  The fittest school from the 2016 competition was Rosendal Intermediate School in the Northern Cape, and they received their multipurpose sport court at the official handover on 7th February 2017.

This year’s 2017 Let’s Play Physical Education Challenge will engage with more than 1500 Primary schools, doubling the participation from last year. Schools are invited to enter by calling one of the following numbers: 011 849 7411 or 079 529 8862 (all hours).

visit www.supersport.com