On Thursday 27th February Panathlon visited Birmingham for its first ever Panathlon competition. With NIA as the venue the South Birmingham Semi-Final was set to be a good day. 4 schools competed in the day with the top 2 teams qualifying for the final on the 1st April at Birmingham Metropolitian College. Hall Mead school was the most outstanding school from the day winning 4 out of the 5 activities. It was a close race for second place and the other qualifying spot with only 4 points between the two teams but it is Victoria School who will be joining Hall Green in the final.
To see the full set of results please click here.
Panathlon trained Young Leaders before half term in all the Panathlon sports and they all came back to officiate on the day. A big thank you to the leaders from Sutton College, Hall Green School and Victoria School who all did a great job!
“Activities were well suited to our students. Love the t-shirts, it made them feel part of the team” – Baskerville Teacher
“One of the best organised events we have been to. A Good utilisation of space” – Hall Green Teach
“Friendly, relaxed and calm atmosphere, very helpful leaders, very organised, loved the t-shirts” – Cherry oak Teacher
“A very good event and a great opportunity to use our leadership skill” – Callum BMETC Leader
Thank you to Birmingham Sport and Physical Activity Partnership and Deloittes for funding this work.