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The Learning Legacy is a series of reports that captures knowledge, achievements and lessons learned from twelve years of regional economic development in Yorkshire and Humber.  It seeks to pass knowledge on to other bodies who may be able to apply it now or in the future. 

In a recent SEE for the 2012 Games Information Briefing a simple pledge pack was created with some practical ideas for any organisation to get more involved in activities inspired by the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Here are some really useful websites to inspire you about the Olympic Movement or London 2012.

This case study was created as part of the Network’s formative evaluation project in 2009 and 2010. It serves to illustrate the importance, and benefits of partnership working if we are to get the very most out of the London 2012 opportunities in this region.

This is the story of how a new recruit to Askham Bryan College recently found out about 2012 activity in the Yorkshire region and how she has been inspired to get the College involved in a range of activities that will help them, their students, businesses and the local community as a result.

Ben’s role is to provide a link between regional and national projects and the local context of Sheffield.  He works with local partners to raise awareness and develop programmes in the run up to the London 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympics Games.

The SEE for the 2012 Games Core Group has commissioned an evaluation through to March 2010 to identify Network successes, barriers and areas for future improvement.

The SEE for the 2012 Games Core Group has identified ‘Paralympics’ as a signature project for 2009-2010.

The SEE for the 2012 Games Core Group has identified ‘enterprise education’ as a signature project for 2009-2010.