Tournament Time

It is very different doing activities in a competitive setting compared to in class or in a club. Here you will find support, resources and tips.
750x450 CoU Sec microsite practising in school
In-School Tournament

It is really important to run an in or inter-school Tournament to prepare your students. Follow the link to download our In-school Tournament Booklet which provides a guide to running an in-school or inter-school tournament. There is an accompanying presentation and scoresheet that you can download as well.

It also provides a focus for your in school work with your group of 60. An in/inter-school tournament is the perfect setting for making final team choices and for giving team members a taste of the tournament experience. Don’t be tempted to choose your team before you have run one!

A group of children playing the 24 Game around a table.
Resources from the 2022 Heats

Here you will find the materials used in our 2022 Heats for the Sherlock Holmes-themed Algebra Round, and the Data, Statistics, Analysis Round.

Download the Powerpoint (.pptx) presentation, cards and documents to use in school to help prepare and practise for future Count on Us tournaments.

Administrative Forms 

Here we have links to administrative forms:

  • The Risk Assessment is for your use for school requirements.
  • Please send details of the students chosen for your teams, after you have held your in/inter-school tournament, using the Student Names form.
  • You will also be asked to return a completed Photo Consent form for each student before the Heats and Final.
  • During the year, you will be asked for feedback about the programme. Your students will also be invited to offer their feedback. Here you will find all Feedback and Programme Evaluation forms, which you will download and return when requested.

Relevant forms will be provided in due course.