Sky Sports Living for Sport Competitions
Plan a 2015/16 project now for your chance to win!
How would you fancy giving a group of 20 students the opportunity to meet and be inspired by Sky Academy Ambassador and Olympic Gold medallist Jessica Ennis-Hill?
Well, we would like to give teachers the chance to do just that when signing-up and planning a project with Sky Sports Living for Sport for the 2015/16 academic year.
Once you’ve submitted your project plan online, your group will automatically be entered into our weekly prize draws to attend an inspirational Jessica Ennis-Hill Sky Academy Day, which will take place on Thursday 22 October 2015 in Jess’s hometown of Sheffield.
It’s easy to plan a project and we’ll be making weekly prize draws for the next three weeks so the sooner you submit yours, the better your chances of winning!
Sky Sports Living for Sport is part of Sky Academy, a set of initiatives using the power of TV, creativity and sport to help 1 million young people in the UK and Ireland build practical skills and experience to unlock their potential.
The Sky Sports Living for Sport initiative has been running in partnership with the Youth Sport Trust since 2003, using sport to improve young people’s lives, and this academic year alone over 1500 secondary schools across the UK and Ireland have taken part.
It's a completely free initiative and by simply signing-up and submitting your project plan online, not only will you be entered into our prize draw for the Jessica Ennis-Hill Sky Academy Day, but you’ll also automatically qualify for:
• Complimentary t-shirts for your Sky Sports Living for Sport project group
• Two Athlete Mentor Visits from one of our increased team of Mentors
• Automatic entry into a monthly prize draw for up to £300 worth of Sky Tickets
• Exclusive Sky Sports Living for Sport wristbands, only available to the project group
It’s been another memorable year for everyone involved in Sky Sports Living for Sport and we are looking forward to doing it all again after the summer holidays!
Check out some of the inspirational stories of the students who have taken part in Sky Sports Living for Sport over the past two years here, and don’t forget to submit your project plan by Friday 24 July 2015 for the chance to meet Jessica Ennis-Hill.
See full terms and conditions here