The Games live on – why not share your story?
In 2013/14 over 1000 schools and organisations across the globe shared their 'Game On Challenge' – their stories of how the Commonwealth Games inspired innovative learning and forged partnerships within communities both home and abroad. So what’s next?
Tell us about your 2013/14 Game On Challenge and the work you did around the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. Fill in a Game On Scotland Plaque application and we will let you know if you have been awarded a Game On Scotland Plaque.
Is there a project in the pipeline for 2014/15. Give us your highlights – what is the focus of your challenge? Who is involved? Where/when will it take place? What do you hope to achieve?
Commonwealth values live on
One of the real legacies of the Glasgow 2014 are the enduring Commonwealth values of Humanity, Equality and Destiny. Even through the Games are over, we are sure these values will be woven into your new projects for 2014/15.
If you are looking for ideas on new contexts or of forthcoming events which may help you plan learning across the curriculum there are some ideas in the 2014 What next? section of this website.
Benefits of sharing the Game On Challenge
Would like to share you challenge for session 2014/15 and put your school / organisation on the map? No matter how big or how small, there are benefits to sharing your Game On story with the world.
- Be an inspiration to others across the globe by posting on the interactive map
- All new challenge registrations will enter a prize draw to win an exclusive velodrome session for learners
- Projects may be eligible for a Game On Scotland Plaque in recognition of their work
- Game On participants are entitled to use the Legacy Logo (we will send the link and guidelines once you have registered your challenge)
So how do you share your 2014/15 challenge?
Well, the great news is this is an easy process! Simply fill visit the online registration form and we will take care of the rest. In no time at all, your challenge will appear on our interactive map on this page.