New Age Kurling (Y34)

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Age Range:

Year 3 & 4

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Kurling is a form of the original curling game but adapted so that it can be played indoors. Players can move stones with their hands, feet, or using a ramp. Each team take it in turns to slide a stone towards the target. The team which has their stone closest to the centre of the target receives one point, with an additional point for each stone closer than their opponent’s nearest stone. 


Curling appeared at the Winter Olympics on four occasions before becoming a permanent fixture at the event in 1998. Team GB have enjoyed plenty of success in the event, with both the men (silver) and women (bronze) taking home medals in 2014.

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GET in touch to compete

To get involved in School Games competitions, you will need to contact the School Games Organiser (SGO) in your borough or via the LYG App where you can register your interest.

Only a SGO or nominated Team Manager can enter a school into a competition.