Win a tablet, concert tickets and the chance to take control of the lights on the iconic Wembley arch

Is your child a digital maestro in the making? If so, EE has the perfect prize...

To celebrate the launch of Light the Arch - a new innovative online coding tool for children - EE is giving away the ultimate prize that money can't buy.

One lucky Mumsnetter will win a brand new EE Robin tablet - the world's first 4G connected tablet, designed specifically for children. They'll also win two tickets to a sold out music event at Wembley Stadium this summer and the chance to have their child's web design illustrated on Wembley's iconic arch later in the year.

The EE Robin tablet comes with over 40 pre-loaded games, educational apps and eBooks. What's more, all new content requires approval from an adult before children can access it - so you can be sure it's safe to use. 

The new web app, Light the Arch, is endorsed by education charity Apps for Good. It allows children to design a fabulous light show on Wembley's arch, as part of EE's lead partnership with the stadium. Aimed at children aged between seven and 11-years-old (but available to everyone) it helps them learn about the basic principles of coding. 

Offering a choice of 60 colours, varying speeds and eight changeable patterns to play with, Light the Arch provides kids with an almost infinite number of possibilities for their design. 

The easy-to-learn, educational online tool can be used in the classroom or at home (for free!) by visiting the website. Light the Arch inspires kids to have fun and use their imagination whilst designing a spectacular light show. There's even a shareable video that's automatically created at the end, so they can share their design with friends and family.

Three lucky Mumsnet Bloggers were invited to test the new Light the Arch app and visit Wembley Stadium with their kids - here's what they thought...

"The app is simple and effective: it piqued both my children's interest in coding, and using the arch gives it a real life context." Truly Madly Kids

"The app transformed my son's design into an amazing display with a countdown and fireworks. He couldn't believe it and had great fun using it." Mummy Zone

"Not only is Light the Arch fun, the app also offers a great opportunity for parents to introduce children to coding. Watching our light show was fantastic - the whole family enjoyed it!" Lilinha Angel's World

To have a go yourself visit Light the Arch

WIN! One lucky Mumsnetter will win the chance to control Wembley's iconic arch, an EE Robin tablet and a pair of tickets to an exclusive summer music concert of their choice at Wembley Stadium.

Answer the simple question below to be entered into the prize draw.

Competition closing date: 10 June 2016

Terms & Conditions:
- The prize includes a PAYG EE Robin tablet (no contract included), two tickets to watch a music concert at Wembley Stadium and the chance to see the winner’s child’s light show displayed on the arch at a future event at Wembley 

- The winner will be offered a choice of music concert at Wembley Stadium (subject to availability). EE will endeavour to offer tickets to the chosen music event but in the event that tickets are not available, an alternative music concert may be offered (prize does not include accommodation, food and drink or travel expenses to and from the music event at Wembley Stadium). The winner must be able to travel on the day of the concert, no cash alternative will be offered 

- The winner must use the Light the Arch app to create their light show and may be asked to submit more than one design for consideration of being displayed on Wembley Stadium’s arch 

- EE will select the event where the winner’s light show design will be displayed later in the year and will notify the winner of the date of the event in advance (travel, accommodation and food and drink expenses are not included as part of the winner’s visit to Wembley Stadium if they wish to watch their light show playing live) 

- No cash alternative for any element of the prize 

-EE’s decision is final

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