Get on with the game kids

Watch fans and refs talk about getting on with the game and each other.
Find out why we need referees on the pitch and in everyday life.
See if you can score a winner in our Kick Off games!
Stop by for news, stats, and don’t forget to check out the art gallery!
You'll find SEAL themed teaching packs and helpful resources here.

Seeing Red

Seeing Red

We all know what happens when we feel angry or upset. Everyone finds it hard to control their feelings at some time! Losing your temper isn't the best...Read more >

One for All and All for One!

One for All and All for One!

Friends are an important part of our lives. We learn with them, play with them, and they support us when we need help. In the same way that we have to...Read more >


It's a Goal!

It's a Goal!

Do you want to be the best you can be? Have you thought about how you can achieve that? There are lots of ways we can reach our true potential. We can...Read more >

Who Needs Rules?

Who Needs Rules?

Rules, rules, rules. Sometimes it seems that there are rules everywhere and we're always being told what to do. Do you agree with the rules you have t...Read more >


The Other Side of the Coin

The Other Side of the Coin

Favourite food. Best footy player. If everyone liked the same things life would be pretty boring. No two people in the entire world are the same; even...Read more >

Football Against Bullying

Football Against Bullying

Do you know anyone who is being bullied? Or do you know someone it has happened to in the past? Maybe you've experienced it yourself. Bullying happens...Read more >




ABOUT

Football is a game of two halves; the sport can offer exhilarating highs and opportunities for children on a global scale but negative stories about players and behaviour can often dominate the press, overshadowing the positive impact that the sport can have on children’s lives.

The Premier League believe that there are many examples of admirable and positive behaviour within the game, and that football has a unique power to engage and educate children about their own behaviour and improve their social awareness.

Over the past three season years the Premier League has had great success in raising standards of behaviour with the Get On With The Game project. The project has now turned its attention to younger fans with Get On With The Game Kids. The website aims to educate and engage children on a range of social and emotional issues, including the importance of referees and people in authority, both in football and everyday life.

One of the key messages of the Get On With The Game campaign is that by getting on with each other and getting on with the ref, players are free to get on with enjoying the game.

To help capture the great enjoyment of football as a sport and social activity, four interactive games have been developed for Get On With The Game Kids. A number of the website pages link in with SEAL (Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning) and there is a wealth of Key Stage 2 resources to help teachers deliver lessons across all of the SEAL areas.


CONTACT

For all technical issues including broken links, copy mistakes, issues with games and general webmaster related enquiries, please email info@weareraw.co.uk. For all other enquiries please contact the Premier League at supporters@premierleague.com.


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Help

Throughout the Get On section you can find information on a range of social and emotional issues. All of the topics covered in this section relate to SEAL (Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning) and there are teachers' packs related to each issue on the right hand side of the page.

As well as the helpful introduction on each page, there are lots of videos and links to other stuff you may like.

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