Beat The Street

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Beat The Street turned central Southwark into a giant game. Participants used a card to tap boxes during a journey, winning points for the boxes tapped. The game engaged with 6,586 people, including 21 community teams and 21 school teams. In total Southwark participants travelled 37,796 miles!

Beat the Street - Activity Passports

To keep participants active Beat the Street is encouraging children aged 8 and above to attend local sports and physical activities with an ‘Activity Passport’. The passport contains information about what is going on in the area, and when getting it stamped by the coach or instructor on 10 occasions a small prize can be collected.

For more information about Activity Passports, contact sport@southwark.gov.uk.

Beat the Street Game Summary

Awards event

Below are the schools and community groups who scored both the highest number of points and highest average points in the Beat the Street game. To celebrate the achievements of all those involved there was a celebration event with prizes given out by Madam Mayor Cllr Catherine Rose, and Cllr Richard Livingstone.

 

 

 

 

 

Schools

Total Points

Average Points

1st – St Francis RC Primary School

1st – St Francis RC Primary School

2nd – Michael Faraday Primary School

2nd – Highshore Special School

3rd – English Martyrs RC Primary School

3rd – Michael Faraday Primary School

Community Groups

Total Points

Average Points

1st – Silverfit

1st – Silverfit

2nd – Good Together

2nd – Good Together

3rd – Bedestars

3rd – Southwark Green Party

Beat The Street Southwark is delivered by Intelligent Health on behalf Of Southwark Council, Guy’s and St Thomas’s Charity and Transport For London.

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Page last updated: 24 September 2019

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