The World Education Games are back again this year for another round of fun, competitive learning!
WEG starts in October and runs until the 16th of November. World Maths Day, World Literacy Day and World Science Day are all returning in 2015 along with a new bunch of medals and trophies to be won!
Did you know that in the 2013 World Education Games 5,118,342 students participated from over 230 countries? This year we are aiming to smash this number and grow with even more students taking part in the exciting fun learning resource.
Similar to that of the Olympics, World Education Games runs for three official event days with prior training and practice to help achieve higher results. Put a competitive edge on learning and play against other students from different countries for your chance to become champion of the world at World Education Games.
You can access The Hall of Fame at any time during the games to see how you’re ranking against your competitors. The results are updated in real time as the challenges get completed by a tally of total live points collected. The overall winner of World Education Games 2015 will be crowned the Champion of that age group and will be flown to Sydney, Australia to attend the award ceremony at Sydney Opera House to collect their medals. Click here to find out more about the prizes up for grabs.
But wait there’s more… World Education Games is entirely free of costs so you don’t have to spend a cent!