Pupils Mina Khaled and Leila Laing from Lambeth Academy in London take part in the final of the <a href="http://www.london2012.com/news/2011/07/students-serve-up-winning-menus-for-london-2012.php">Get Set to Exercise your Taste Buds competition</a>.<br/><br/>The school was among the winners of the competition to design a dish which will be served in the Athletes' Village during the London 2012 Games next summer.<br/><br/>
Shannon Belvin from St Angela's Ursuline School in Forest Gate, Newham, has won a London 2012 education programme design competition to create a version of the London 2012 Paralympic mascot Mandeville that she feels represents London. The prize for winning the competition included having the opportunity to work with a top London designer to develop her design - which will now be made into an official version of Mandeville as well as a London 2012 pin badge.
More than 700 schools across seven of the 11 provinces in Mozambique are being supported by International Inspiration, the legacy programme promised by the London Olympics bid team in Singapore six years ago when they were awarded the right to host the Games. The programme is on course to exceed its target of reaching 12 million children in 20 countries across the world through sport by the end of next year.
Jonathan Edwards lines up alongside soul star Monique and a local student to launch the Jamaica Live! festival in Birmingham. Taking place on 23 July as part of <a href="http://www.london2012.com/open-weekend">London 2012 Open Weekend</a>, the event will be a celebration of all things Jamaica and mark a year to go until the Jamaican track and field team set up camp in the city.
Team GB Synchronised Swimming hopefuls form the number '1' in the newly completed Aquatics Centre, marking one year to go until the London 2012 Games begin.
Socks were off and trousers rolled up as Seb Coe, Colin Jackson and other athletes and Olympic fans from the UK and Europe had their footprints cast in clay at St Pancras International. The event marked the first steps on the way to the London 2012 Games.
One year to go until the Opening Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games has been marked by the completion of construction on the Aquatics Centre, the last of the six main Olympic Park venues to reach this milestone.
Wenlock joins synchronised swimmers at the newly completed Aquatics Centre to celebrate one year to go to the London 2012 Olympic Games
The first metal ore that will be made into London 2012 medals has today been delivered by official metal provider Rio Tinto to the London 2012 Organising Committee (LOCOG). Olympian and London 2012 ambassador James Cracknell attended the handover event, where Rio Tinto chief executive Tom Albanese presented a rock containing veins of copper to LOCOG.