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5 Rings, 1 World

5 Rings, 1 World attempts to capture the international, cultural and festival of the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

It is envisaged that this theme can stimulate exploration and learning that stems from the local environment and spreads across the continents of the globe, connecting cultures and countries.

How this theme links to the 8 National Strands


Case Studies

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Herne C.E. Infant and Nursery School

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Title: Growing the Olympic Values

Date: May, 2010

Summary: To create an Olympic Garden where children can talk about the different countries taking part and experience a multi-sensory approach to the Games.

Sibertswold CE Primary

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Title: Kent’s London 2012 Olympic Torch Conference

Date: Jan, 2010

Summary: Discussion within small groups, then working with other schools/ noting down ideas or drawing them/presenting ideas to each other for evaluation.

Swalecliffe Community Primary School

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Title: The Olympic Garden

Date: Nov, 2009

Summary: The idea of a garden on an Olympic theme came out of a discussion about finding different and perhaps more unusual ways of raising awareness of the Games.

Canterbury Coastal Partnership

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Title: Pride in Partnership

Date: Oct, 2009

Summary: To continue to keep the 2012 Olympic Games events at the forefront of Coastal Partnership's schools planning.