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The Digital Schoolhouse Junior Tournament is an immersive careers experience for pupils aged 8 to 11 years. With project-based learning that allows aspiring learners to fulfil real job roles within the video games industry, resources are mapped to the UK primary curriculum for Computing, English, Maths, DT and PSHE, ensuring that you can easily deliver these unique lessons in the classroom.
Expertly shaped by academics and games industry practitioners Nintendo UK and Outright Games, lessons are guaranteed to excite your class with bespoke resources for Mario Kart Deluxe, Race with Ryan and Crayola Scoot, or plug in and play any game of your choice with their generic ‘plug in’ resource templates which are available in the downloadable lesson pack.
Games Careers Week is a free non-profit event organised and funded by the BGI, Into Games and Grads in Games, supported by TIGA, NextGen Skills Academy, Gamesindustry.biz and Ukie
The BGI is a charity number 1183530 which educates the public about games through the National Videogame Museum, training and research.
Into Games is a national non-profit Community Interest Company that supports people from all backgrounds in finding rewarding careers in games.
Grads in Games is a non-profit Community Interest Company which equips students with the skills games employers need.