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Use the Olympic and Paralympic games to explore the values of respect, excellence, friendship and equality. Consider what makes a hero or a heroine and explore case studies of people who have made the world fairer.

With separate packs for primary and secondary teachers, these resources include creative curriculum-linked teaching ideas for Literacy, PSHE, Citizenship, RE and Geography.

This resource, published in 2012, includes Oscar Pistorius as an example of a hero. See: A Sporting Chance? for more up-to-date teaching ideas inspired by the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

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