National Cricket Week

Every year, pupils all over the country enjoy a week of cricket-themed activity in the classroom, on the playground and in local communities.

What is National Cricket Week?

It’s an opportunity to celebrate the sport, inspire children to take part in cricketing activities and show them why the sport can be a game for everyone. National Cricket Week is also an opportunity to showcase the work that Chance to Shine does in bringing the game to hundreds of thousands of children every year.


How you can get involved

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sign up for the Chance to Shine Schools’ Portal – our bank of teaching resources for primary and secondary schools.

All resources are completely free, fun and accessible – you don’t need to be a cricket expert to get involved. Whether it’s a playground challenge, a quick skills session or a whole school activity there’s something for everyone.

Go to the Schools’ Portal


Why Choose Cricket?

We believe that all children should be able to enjoy the benefits that cricket has to offer, and teachers agree! When surveyed recently, 95% of teachers said that being involved in Chance to Shine helped their pupils’ personal development.

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