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Education

Education

School children
We want to use the power of the Olympic and Paralympic Games to inspire children and young people across the UK and around the world.

In this section you can find out more about programmes, initiatives and opportunities that have been created especially for children and young people.

We want all of these opportunities to spark their imagination and enthusiasm for learning, helping them to realise their potential and engage with other young people right across the globe.

Who is this for?

Schools - using the Games in the classroom and wider school activities, helping to make learning more relevant, interesting and fun.

Colleges and universities - there will be special programmes to involve students. Some institutions might provide additional services to support the Games.

Communities and other learning providers - in the UK and around the world will be a part of it.

Get Set

Athlete on starting blocks gets set

The Get Set education programme website features free resources including interactive games, and inspirational videos.

International Inspiration

Boy with soccer ball

The London 2012 Games will inspire and engage young people from across the world.
Transforming young lives accross the world<br/>
International Inspiration
Transforming young lives accross the world
Opportunities for students and universities<br/>
Higher education
Opportunities for students and universities
Children born on 20/12/04 will play a part in London 2012<br/>
Children's Promise
Children born on 20/12/04 will play a part in London 2012