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  1. Game On Scotland … and its Legacy (- “Still Game”?)

  2. Background High expectations after London 2012 (e.g. Get Set) ‘On Your Marks’: Scottish Government Legacy Planning ‘Legacy for Learning’ Steering Group Programme conception: Sept 2012 Launch of ‘Game On Scotland’: May 2013

  3. Aim: To use the Games as a rich context for learning, inspire young people, enhance their understanding and celebration of Scotland and the nations and territories of the Commonwealth.

  4. Objectives / 4 Key Delivery Areas Game On Scotland will provide educators with a breadth and depth of information related to the Commonwealth, to the Glasgow 2014 Games and to appropriate linked events. Working with colleagues, both internal and external, Game On Scotland will curate attractive Games-related opportunities for learners and educators. Game On Scotland will create and host a bank of learning resources, including images and video, which will enable educators to deliver engaging learning experiences. Game On Scotland will pro-actively engage with learners and educators to support their use of Games-related learning materials, review the appropriateness of materials developed and ensure that they are connected to key Legacy/Glasgow 2014 milestones.

  5. About Game On Scotland • The Commonwealth • The 2014 Commonwealth Games • The Queen’s Baton Relay • The hosts: Glasgow & Scotland • Sports and venues • Legacy 2014: The wider impact

  6. Mascot visits • Competitions • Game On Challenge • Funding • International education perspectives • Glow: Learning Zone • Athlete Visits Programme

  7. Challenges: A Treasure Trove of Inspiration St Joachim’s PS (Glasgow) developed a Glasgow 2014 App Carelton PS (Fife) planted a Commonwealth Garden Stonelaw/Trinity High (South Lanarkshire): Tackling sectarianism (eg. recipe book) Hillhead PS (Glasgow) included the Games/Homecoming in improvement plan Alford cluster (Aberdeenshire) and Bograzilla School (Bangladesh): Joint Mini Games event Falkirk Active Schools/Community Trust: ‘Going for Glasgow’ programme All primary and secondary schools in East Ayrshire posted a challenge

  8. learning journeys • support materials • images, videos etc. • case studies • ... and much more

  9. E-updates • National events • Blogs • Emails • Presentations • Glow: CPD sessions

  10. Targets: 1. 90% of Scottish schools engaged () 2. 100% of Scottish local authorities represented () 3. 75% positive rating by educators () 4. 100 schools receive mascot visits (161) 5. 10 “unique opportunities” provided to schools () 6. 500 Game On Challenges posted (990+) 7. 4,000 entries to Game On Scotland competitions (9000+) 8. 15,000 downloads of Game On Scotland resources (approx. 200 000) 9. Engagement from an additional 10 Commonwealth nations and territories (20+) 10. 150,000 young people take part in Games-related educational activity (1.2 mio +)

  11. Main achievements: • 400 000 visitors to GOS website • Over250 000 learners in Scotland were reached • Over 9000 pieces of art form learners across Scotland displayed in the Athletes’ village • Over 4300 GOS registrations • 1000 legacy tickets provided to over 100 Scottish schools • Over 990 challenges posted on GOS • Over 300 plaques have been awarded across the Commonwealth • 162 Mascot visits were undertaken through GOS alone • Over 100 resources (learning journeys, videos, case studies etc.) are available • 24 Glow Meets have been live streamed

  12. So What? Is there evidence of the impact of Games related education programmes? How about the sustainability of a programme like GOS? Where to we go from here?

  13. GOS Legacy – short term: Plaque awards continue Collation of case studies Evaluation of the programme Athlete visits programme Collaboration with ES teams Scottish Learning Festival: 24 September (SECC) Game On Celebration event: 30 October, Glasgow City Chambers Over a number of Glow sessions

  14. GOS Legacy – longer term: Disaggregation of Game On Scotland materials GOS handover: Gold Coast, Australia Identify new context(s) for learning

  15. Lessons learnt! The Commonwealth Games provided a unique opportunity to develop a IDL model Practitioner consultation and London 2012 knowledge transfer helped shape the programme GOS was integral to the development work around CfE within Educational Scotland Partnership working and national/international buy-in was crucial Creativity and flexibility Incentivisation, unique opportunities, engagement Long-term commitment Never give up!

  16. Was is worth it? 100 and 200 meters Gold medallist Blessing Okagbare sends an inspirational note to Kaila Gallacher, the young artist who painted the image in her room.  It reads: “Whatever you choose to be in life, choose wisely, believe in yourself and goals and the sky will be your limit.”