Citizenship and PSHE - Olympics
- Explore the Olympic values and get students to design pamphlets to promote them.
- Discover the sporting aspirations and achievements of potential Olympians in these BBC Class Clip videos.
- World olympic Dreams - Merlin Diamond
- World Olympic Dreams - Shawn Johnson
- Will the games be sustainable? Discuss and explore with this complete lesson.
- Guidelines for a project exploring how young people feel about the changes occurring to Stratford from Stratford City.
- Explore the representation and achievements of women in sports with this worksheet.
- Discuss signs and symbols and encourage students to design their own London 2012 logo.
- Here are five great Olympics-related films to get your club in the mood for the Games.
- With the Olympics ever closer, FilmClub have brought together films about people connecting through physical pursuits and negotiating what community means
- You can use these free materials to run your own ‘Olympics African Footy’ tournament with African plastic bag footballs.
- Many of the games that children play in East Africa are about things in their everyday lives: food, family and homemaking. These fun games are from a group of children near Iganga, Uganda.
Olympics and us
- Truetube’s video series explores the issues that matter to young people:
- Who will win the Race: Students can role-play as tax payers, the media, youth, the government and corporate business to explore who will benefit most from the London games.
- Our demands: Young people from Newham explain what they want to gain from the games.
- My 2012: This video poem expresses a variety of concerns that people have about the Olympics.
- What do you know about the Olympics: Vox-pops reveal just how little those living in the shadow of the Olympic stadium really know about the Games.
- The Olympics are coming: Two students compete for a gold medal by debating whether the Olympics will have a positive or negative effect on the local community in Stratford.
- Will the Olympics unite or divide?: Young people have their say on whether the Olympics will bring the community together or make it weaker.