Game On

Game onGlasgow Warriors: Game On aims to work with 16-19 year olds across Glasgow and the West who are currently not in education, employment or training. Game On will work with a variety of partners, including Wooden Spoon and Rathbone and will be delivered by Glasgow Warriors Game On staff.

Game On will consist of Employability Fund training as well as exposure and opportunity to play rugby at the home of Glasgow Warriors. Coaches and players will interact with participants on a regular basis, ensuring that motivation and encouragement is maintained; and personal achievement is obtained.  Glasgow Warriors will work to provide increased opportunity into the workforce, by linking to provide work placement and experience in a variety of industries.

With a view to progressing participants into positive pathways Game On will work with a variety of external stakeholders, to ensure the experience is as holistic as possible. If you would like to find out more about the Game On programme in Glasgow and the West, please contact Lindsey Smith (Game On Project Development Officer) [email protected]

Our Partners

Wooden SpoonWooden Spoon Charity

Wooden Spoon is the children's charity of rugby and was founded in 1983 and in October 2011, Wooden Spoon was awarded the IRB Spirit of Rugby Award and as such is the first and only charity to receive this accolade.

Wooden Spoon transforms young peoples’ lives through the power of rugby. In doing so, they involve some of rugby's top sporting role models in making a difference in the lives of young people in need. 

Now in its 30th year over 1 million young people have benefitted from more than £20 million of charitable support. Wooden Spoon works in partnership with professional rugby clubs and specialist education providers, this centrally delivered programme supports disenfranchised young people back into education, employment or training.

Learn more about Wooden Spoon