The School Games are also a chance for children to get involved in sport and competition.
The events also try to promote important values – of honesty, respect, passion, determination, teamwork and self-belief.
All together, 19 teams from seven schools took part in the Spalding Tennis event.
School Games organiser Rupert Gibson was delighted with how the day went.
He said: “Spalding Tennis Club provided a fantastic venue which was such a great experience for the children.
“The club are really keen to get more people, old and young, playing tennis and are holding another free open day on Saturday (2-5pm).
“The seven and eight-year-olds were greeted by 24 outstanding young volunteers from The Sir John Gleed School, who led them in a warm up, gave them a bit of coaching and then umpired all the 42 games that took place. Our great thanks go to these leaders.”
Results: 11th – St Barts ‘B’, St Barts ‘C’, Monkshouse ‘A’, St Johns ‘C’, Monkshouse ‘B’, Weston Hills ‘B’, Monkshouse ‘C’, Weston Hills ‘C’ and Gosberton House; 6th St Johns ‘B’, Pinchbeck East ‘C’, Moulton John Harrox ‘C’, Weston Hills ‘A’ and St Barts ‘A’; 5th St Johns ‘A’; 4th Moulton John Harrox ‘B’; bronze Moulton John Harrox ‘A’; Silver Pinchbeck East ‘B’; Gold Pinchbeck East ‘A’.