Gold-medal incentive

21st May 2004 at 01:00
Students can keep up to date with the Olympics and work with their teachers to incorporate the event into curriculum work with a new free web service, written by teachers, from the British Olympics Association and Easynet (broadband network partner to Team GB). Their newly launched education programme (billed on the site as the Easynet Olympic Education Pack) is the result of six months' collaboration, and it aims to bring the event into a variety of subjects. There is even advice for organising school Olympic Days.

www.easynet.netteamgbeducation

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