If you want to make your next celebration a hit, you should consider organising an old school sports day. This activity is fun and sociable for all the family, and is great for hen/stag parties, birthdays, and corporate team-building events. In addition to bringing back fond memories, old school sports days can be an excellent way to refresh competitive spirit and make new ones. Here are some tips for organising an Old School Sports Day:
A PE teacher, compere, stewards, PA system, all the sports day games equipment, coloured bibs and all the equipment for each activity is included in this package. It is also possible to hire a branded pop-up marquee to serve as the event HQ. Old school sports days are popular for corporate events and can promote unity among employees and the community. All the team members will have a great time playing these games.
If you want to throw an Old School Sports Day, choose a venue with a large open area and a variety of games from the past. The most popular games include the Egg and Spoon Race, Sack Race, Three Legged Race, Space Hoppers, and Rollerball. All the sports can be played by a large number of people, so there’s no need to pay for an expensive venue. Alternatively, you can hold the event in your own location.
To host an old school sports day, divide your guests into teams of three or four people. Each person must wear brightly-coloured bibs and headbands to differentiate between the groups. Then, choose a game from the past, and get the guests involved! This classic sports day activity will help your guests build up teamwork skills and encourage light-hearted competition. In addition to traditional games, you can also organize classic competitions like the tug of war and egg & spoon race.
If you are looking to make an event that involves fancy dress, why not organise a fancy dress relay? This activity allows children to dress up in their favorite costumes and compete against one another. Each team must collect a set number of costume pieces and dress up a teammate for the duration of the course. The first team to complete their course wins! Once the players have completed the circuit, they can celebrate their win! There are so many different ideas for an Old School Sports Day and it’s a fun activity for everyone.
When planning a Sports Day, it’s important to decide what type of competition you want your guests to participate in. Some schools offer prizes for winning events while others award participation awards for those who simply participate. Whether you want a simple game of dodgeball or a high-energy game of football, there is sure to be a sports day event for your event. Just remember to plan plenty of time for the event so you can enjoy it to the fullest.
If you are planning a hen party or an old-school sports day, you can get your old-school games back to life by hiring a Co-ordinator for the day. Old-school games include egg-and-spoon, sack race, wheelbarrow race, and Mr & Mrs quiz. They also include a Co-ordinator, a referee, and the games. The Co-ordinator can also be a Mr and Mrs Quiz host. You can hold these events at any venue in the UK or abroad.
When organising an old-school sports day, you should think about the age group. The event is for both men and women, and can include races based on primary school games. For example, a sack race, egg and spoon race, and three legged race are ideal for hen parties. And for hen parties, it is a great team-building activity. It is not only a fun activity, but it also builds friendships between the women who participate in it.
The Co-ordinator will guide the group through the games and act as the ref for the event. The cost of an old school sports day includes the co-ordinator, the hire of the venue, and all coloured bibs and equipment. Old school sports days are ideal for hen parties and stag weekends. It gives the girls a chance to reminisce about their childhood days. To make the quiz even more memorable, consider using personalised Mr and Mrs quiz cards. This game is perfect for hen and stag parties, as they are designed to test the team’s knowledge of the bride and groom’s hobbies. It also works well as a drinking game! The quiz can be a fun way to end a night of drinking and celebrating, so be sure to get plenty of drinking and snacking!