Imagination Gaming Games of the Year 2020 Announced!

 The 2020 Imagination Gaming Award Winners have been announced and we have had so much fun discovering and playing the vast quantity of new titles. It seems year on year we have more and more entries, making the Gold Award and our coveted seal of approval even more prestigious.

Read on to discover some featured winners, discover the full list of winners in each category, and of course this years BIGGY!

Wellbeing within schools, how can WE help?

So right now there is an urgent demand and pressure on schools and families to take into account the wellbeing of not only their children but of themselves. 

With lockdown and the associated isolation the regular daily interaction we take for granted became a thing of the past. Families and children have spent even more time on screens and less time interacting with peers and friends. Online and screen based gaming is already linked to the following issues in both children and adults:

Another Year and Still Learning!

A little later than usual we take a moment to look back at the year and reflect… 

Working in Mainstream and Special Schools, within Libraries, Youth Clubs, Women’s Institutes, with Fostering Groups at Game Conventions, the list is endless. We have had the joy of working with all ages from preschool children to adults. The appeal, growth and benefits to games becomes more and more evident not just in education but in life.  

Another year and still learning blog

Sheffield, We'll C U Zoom!

Book your Imagination Gaming, Sheffield C.U. Zoom Session HERE!... from the 10th of July...

Before we get going, the below is strictly for members of Sheffield Children's University, don't say we didn't tell you!!! You may still want to read on even if you're not though, it is interesting!

Airecon 2020 Inter School Tournament

On the 13th March Imagination Gaming returned to Harrogate to take part in this year’s Airecon Games Convention, a friendly open gaming event.

Like previous years we were joined on day 1 by a selection of schools. We had Primary Schools attend all eager to take part in our Inter-School Games Tournament and for the first time ever some Secondary School pupils who took part in our Games Workshop.

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