We are extremely grateful to those of you who have shared inspirational Case Studies. As a “thank you” to you, we have approximately 70 reward tickets up for grabs. These tickets will be decided by Competitive Selection.
Schools and youth groups which provide a case study of their Games-related work will be rewarded with up to 10 tickets for one session at the Games.
These will be tickets for the Opening or Closing Ceremony or alternatively for a highly desirable sport session.
If you wish to submit a case study, please complete the form available here by Friday 30th May to be in with a chance to win one of these exciting prizes (conditions apply).
Hot off the press news for those of you who have registered a Game On Challenge, we are delighted to announce we have approximately 900 tickets available to share.
Schools and youth groups signed up to a Game On Challenge have until Friday 30th May to enter the Game On Challenge Reward Ballot.
Entry is easy, complete this form and we will do the rest!
A random draw will then be conducted and successful schools/groups will be offered up to 10 tickets for one sport session at the Games. (conditions apply)
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.
Game On – “Be part of it!”