In this introductory lesson, pupils start with a game that demonstrates the need for careful planning and collaboration. Following a trial run, they use feedback to help them establish a standard operating procedure. Finally, they evaluate their success after playing the game again.
Success in The Games will depend on pupils working together as teams. They will learn about the need to respect each other's skills and opinions, both when undertaking the activities and when they compete against each other playing the game. These activities are inspired by London 2012.
Download the lesson documents, starting with the presentation which structures the lesson
Download the general guide to teaching The Games
Is your school ready to celebrate the London 2012 Games?
By participating in Nuffield STEM Games your school/college is eligible to receive a whole range of rewards from London 2012!
To access your rewards, you simply need to complete and return your school’s Get Set network application form and tell London 2012 about the activities you have been doing as part of Nuffield STEM Games. You’ll then receive a plaque and certificate, the right to use the London 2012 education logo, plus automatic entry into prize draws to win visits from athletes and the London 2012 mascots, and much more!
London 2012 World Sport Day, presented by Lloyds TSB, is on Monday 25 June 2012. You’re invited to join thousands of schools across the UK in celebrating the athletes and cultures of the world. This is also your chance to showcase all your Values-related work in the final celebration before the Games begin.