84% of staff seek Olympic allegiance

12th November 2010 at 00:00

A survey for the official 2012 London Olympic education programme has found that 84 per cent of teachers want their school to feel part of the Games. The poll was carried out with 1,000 teachers who were using Get Set, a scheme which provides free learning resources for schools about the Olympic and Paralympic games, including films, games, images, stories and activity sheets. It als found that 69 per cent of teachers said students were inspired by the sporting event.

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