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By clicking on the United Nations flag above you will be offered the opportunity of viewing project resources for the 224 countries represented in Ring Round the World. You will be able to access: maps; border details; population statistics; details of the principal languages and religions; geography; contact details for the Olympic Committee and Embassy; and a series of pointers to other relevant contacts. There is also a section on sport containing what we know of each countries achievement in sport and their participation in the Olympics.
Click on the image above to get more information about the Olympics including links for classroom activities associated with the London 2012 games
School twinning can have a wonderful effect on your school, giving the curriculum a fresh focus, pupils an exciting opportunity to learn together, and teachers a chance to share experience and skills with colleagues in another school in another country or region.
Click on the ‘twinned’ flags above to read some more.
In all world cultures, there is a story, which is told over and over again, in innumerable versions, from the earliest times. Ring Round the World will tell this story - it is one of heroes and their journey. Click on the flags above – which represent the highlights of the journey that our heroes will take (London, Greece, Australia, China and back to London) - to find out more.
A page of useful links to resources – languages, international tongue twisters,
activities for children etc. Click on the image above to see more.