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Game On Scotland ambassador

12/12/2013
Education / Young People
Hockey player Holly Cram to support education legacy for Commonwealth Games.

Scotland International hockey player Holly Cram has been confirmed as the first ambassador for Game on Scotland – the national education programme for Glasgow 2014.

Flagship legacy programme Game on Scotland uses the Commonwealth Games to inspire young people by providing a rich variety of learning opportunities across the curriculum, including a focus on global citizenship and health and wellbeing.

As Game on Scotland ambassador, Holly will be involved in engaging directly with pupils across Scotland, as a positive role model she will talk at and attend various events such as school assemblies, award ceremonies and prize-givings, as well as Games themed learning events.

The education programme is a partnership between Education Scotland, Scottish Government, Glasgow 2014, and Glasgow City Council. Since it launched six months ago, it has had over 35,000 visitors to the Game On Scotland website, and an estimated 250,000 young people have benefited from its online resources, information and opportunities.

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