We currently run the Dynamik National Schools Competition, with age groups from U12 all the way up to U19 for both girls and boys. This gives every age group in secondary school the chance to compete outside of their normal PE classes. The finals are held in March and May 2016 where the final teams battle it out to be crowned the Dynamik National Schools Champions!
We have also linked with the Youth Sports Trust’s School Games who have helped us put on county and school events to give lots of opportunities for people in education the chance to have game competition experience.
Please see below for information on last year's competiton:
Click here to see the latest standings for the Dynamik National Schools Competition 2016-2017
Click here to find the latest match report on selected fixtures from the Dynamik National Schools Competition 2016-2017! If you want your school fixture to feature on the BE website please email Gail.Richards@basketballengland.co.uk
Click here to find the Rules and Regulations for the Dynamik National Schools Competition 2016-2017.
Click here to see the Regional and Zone rounds of the Dynamik National Schools Competition 2016-2017
How it works
There are a couple of ways it can work:
The competition consists of pools of teams who compete against each other to reach the regional rounds. This then leads to semi finals and to an overall final in which the best two battle it out to be crowned champions.
Alternatively, the local county will organise and host the school or county competitions, and these counts as the initial county round. The winners of these county competitions then enter the at the regional stage of the competition and join the winners of the pools. From there a new journey begins, as winners from the regional round, then join the zone round, with the overall winners from each zone (North, Central, South and London) compete in the final fours event.
For more information on your school’s route to take part in the Dynamik Schools Competition contact our education team.
How to enter
Teachers - If you are a teacher wondering how to get your school involved in this competition and would like to apply there are a couple of ways you can do this depending on how your region works.
1) Direct entry via the entry form, this is where there is no county competitions are in place but a school wishes to take part in the competitions, also caters for older age groups where there are no county competitions in place. Each school is given a unique registration number to collate the total number of schools participated.
2 Schools that play via county competitions are then registered via their School Games Organiser, county contact or County Sports Partnership. Contact our education team if you do not know who to talk to regarding this type of registration.
Entry to our school's competitions is currently closed for this season, but check back in May when entry forms will be available for next season.
For information on the fixtures and results for each age group in the competition download, see the related downloads section of this page.