EMAT Olympics 2024

The EMAT Olympics are back for 2024!

We are thrilled to be partnering with GB Olympics once again to host our 2024 EMAT Olympics, featuring a range of sporting events plus special guests.

It kicks off in June with our EMAT torch relay, which will travel to each of our schools within the Trust where every pupil will complete a mile by walking or running. Thanks to the Mintridge Foundation, we're thrilled to be joined for the torch relay by modern pentathlon silver medallist Heather Fell, hockey gold medallist Shona McCallin MBE and Paralympic archery double gold medallist Danielle Brown MBE who will be making special appearances throughout the week to meet our pupils and join them for part of the torch relay.

Our Ability Games is a special event for our pupils with additional physical or communication needs and will be returning to Castle Academy on Wednesday 19th June. Paralympic archery double gold medallist Danielle Brown MBE will be back with us to support us on the day.

The main event is our EMAT Olympic Day on Wednesday 26th June at Corby Athletics Stadium where we are honoured to be joined by Olympic gold medal-winning javelin thrower Tessa Sanderson CBE. The day will feature EMAT schools plus four schools from the Nene Valley Partnership for a traditional athletics competition for our primary and secondary students.

Our Olympic Day will be hosted by Sky Sports presenter Dave Fulton and live streamed throughout the day for parents and carers to watch online. Supporting Dave will be our student reporters, who will be commentating on the events and doing trackside interviews with our competitors.

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