Game On Scotland Legacy tickets

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As part of the Scottish Government’s Legacy Gift initiative, Education Scotland has been allocated 1000 Games tickets to distribute to children and young people who have engaged with the Game On Scotland programme.

It is our intention to distribute these tickets in three ways:

Game On Challenge – Reward Ballot

We have approximately 900 tickets available.

Schools and youth groups who submit a Game On Challenge are invited to request tickets using this survey form by Friday 30th May. 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.

Case Study Incentive – Competitive Selection

We have approximately 70 tickets available.

A selection of 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 this form and return to the address noted within by Friday 30th May.

Word file: Game On Scotland Legacy Tickets - Case Study Incentive (259 KB)

Programme Elements Rewards – Pre-selected through partners

We have approximately 30 tickets available.

Game On Scotland has curated content as well as created it and in doing so has worked with a number of other organisations to extend the Games-related opportunities available to young people. We intend to offer a small number of tickets to schools/groups who have excelled in these programmes.

Across all three strands, certain conditions apply:

  • Legacy tickets are only available to schools and organisations based in Scotland. Schools in the independent sector are not eligible.
  • Schools and organisations can only receive a maximum of 10 tickets through any route. Where they have received tickets through other similar initiatives, e.g. Glasgow City Council’s own ticketing programme, these will count towards that total.
  • A named contact person will be expected to take responsibility for the group’s attendance and for ensuring appropriate chaperone arrangements.
  • All groups which receive tickets will be asked to provide a report on their Games Time experience.

The list above is not exclusive and further information will be provided when necessary.

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