Find out more about the Olympic and Paralympic Movements. Visit the websites below:
The official website for the London 2012 Games.
The Olympic Family
The BOA is the organisation responsible for leading and preparing TeamGB at the Olympic Games and has the responsibility for developing the Olympic Movement throughout the UK.
The charitable arm of the British Olympic Association, the BOF promotes Olympic education and the Olympic Values to young people across Great Britain.
The IOC supervises the organisation of the Summer and Winter Olympic Games.
The Paralympic Family
Ability vs Ability is the official Paralympic Education programme of the British Paralympic Association, developed in partnership with NASUWT.
The BPA is responsible for selecting, preparing, entering, funding and managing teams which compete at the Paralympic Games and the Paralympic Winter Games.
The IPC supervises and co-ordinates the Paralympic Summer and Winter Games and other competitions including World and Regional Championships in 13 sports.
ParalympicSport.TV is a free-of-charge, top quality television channel broadcasting via the Internet. The goal of ParalympicSport.TV is to provide a variety of content from the Paralympic world.
Parasport is a joint initiative between the BPA and the professional services firm Deloitte. The project is already helping to open up sporting opportunities for disabled people all over the UK, building participation in sport at the community level.
Other Partner programmes
Elite athletes from Olympic, Paralympic and World Sports available to book for one-off visits to inspire young people. Registered athletes are screened for their visiting experience and charge a small fee. Find out more and book an athlete to attend your schools sports day, presentation evenings, classroom Q&A and more.
The Better World Campaign is designed to help you become a better communicator. There are lots of free resources and great opportunities available to all young people.
The Deloitte Employability Initiative supports further education colleges in the delivery of employability skills to their students alongside vocational training in any sector. Nine Deloitte Employability Centres will train 800 FE teachers who in turn deliver employability courses to 40 000 young people.
The DCSF is the lead department on delivering an educational legacy for the London 2012 Games.
Find out more about BP’s Enterprising Science programme, and how it can add value to your Science teaching.
The official website for the Mayor of London and the Greater London Authority.
Podium is the FE and HE Unit for the London 2012 Games.