1000 tickets for Game On Scotland

Game On Scotland is delighted to have been allocated 1000 ‘Legacy Tickets’ by the Scottish Government. The education programme aims to engage learners across Scotland with the Games by creating exciting learning opportunities across the curriculum. These tickets will be instrumental in contextualising learning and provide young people with the once in a life time experience that helps to create a lasting legacy well beyond the Games itself.

If you don’t want to miss out on the opportunity to be considered for Legacy tickets’ through Game On Scotland make sure your school is part of the ‘Game On Challenge‘ network and features on the interactive map.

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15 thoughts on “1000 tickets for Game On Scotland”

  1. Breasclete and Uig Schools in the Isle of Lewis would be very interested in getting Legacy tickets. We have registered for the Game on Challenge.
    Kind regards.
    Donna Barden
    Acting Head Teacher

  2. Hi Donna,

    Thanks for registering your challenge, we’ll be providing more information shortly.



  3. St. Vincent’s Language and Communication Unit would love to receive some tickets..Yay!! We have registered our challenge!

    Wilma O’Donovan


  4. Hi Wilma,

    Glad you’re excited, we certainly are! We’ll be providing more information on tickets soon.



  5. Carnbroe Primary School would be very interested in receiving Commonwealth games tickets. We are registered for the Game On challenge and are researching as a whole school.

    Iain Sidlo
    Class Teacher

  6. Fyvie Primary School have lots of pupils who, with their families, were unsuccessful in getting tickets, so we are very excited that we will possibly have the opportunity for some of our pupils to get tickets. We’re looking forward to hearing more about how to apply! Our Game On Scotland challenge has been registered for quite a while and we’re progressing well with it.

  7. Thanks everyone for getting in touch. Don’t worry, all schools which have registered a Game On Challenge will be ‘in the mix’ for tickets, with more information on how to register interest coming shortly – there’s no need to post here to secure your place, we’re working on the assumption that all schools which have registered a challenge will be interested.



  8. The pupils of Blackfriars Primary in Glasgow, would love to go to the Commonwealth Games. It would be an excellent reward for working hard on our ‘Game On Challenge’.


    Miss Benzie

  9. What a fabulous opportunity! Congratulations to ‘Game on Scotland’ for receiving this recognition and securing so many tickets. As the 1st ‘Game on Scotland Challenge’ plaque award winner, we at Crown Primary School, Inverness, would love to be considered for legacy tickets.
    Thanks 🙂

  10. St. Thomas Primary in Neilston would love some tickets. We are creating dances at school just now with a Commonwealth theme. All classes are creating a dance from different Commonwealth countries. We would love some free tickets.
    thanks 🙂

  11. Tong School are very excitesd to be welcoming Clyde and Dr Alasdair Allan to our school this week. Everyone in the school is looking forward to the Glasgow Games and our Game On Challenge. The staff would greatly value the opportunity to reward our pupils hard work with some Legacy Games tickets.

  12. We are fully enjoying our annual long Commonwealth assembly Challenge and would love for some of our hard working pupils to have the opportunity to go to the games.

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