With lots of really exciting projects taking place in 2010- 2011 here is a (very) quick summary …
HOTS – Hold On To Sport enters its first year following a very successful pilot in 2009-2010. Over 500 children have engaged in the project so far from schools across the London Borough of Hounslow. The project has been awarded the Inspire Mark making it the official London 2012 Olympics Project for Hounslow. Lots more exciting news to come!
Creative Partnerships – Capital City Academy, Featherstone High School and Greenford High School will be entering their final year of the Change School Program. The TWC Team are on hand to make this the best year ever!
BBC News School Report – Returns to Ealing City Learning Centre for another year. Over 70% of the Secondary Schools in the London Borough of Ealing will be taking part in the project supported by Ealing CLC. BBC News School Report Day is Thursday 24th March. Watch this space !
For the next seven days the Watermans arts centre in Brentford will be the host to the HOTs Art Exhibition. The exhibition celebrates some of the best work created by the young people who took part in the project.
If you are unable to make it to the Watermans you can get a taster of the work created by watching this video – please note there is no sound, got a bit lost in translation!
All the HOTs entries are now available to view online. Let us know what you think !
PHEWEY WHAT AN AMAZING 6 MONTHS !:
Four Major Projects, Over 2,000 Young People, Two London Boroughs, Lots of Creativity !
*Windows on Gunnersbury* *Windows on Maiden Lane* *Make Bake Create- Chocolate Communities* *Hounslow Wii-lypmics/ The Hots*
WATCH THIS SPACE FOR MORE INNOVATION IN 2010
Pictures from Make Bake Create Community Day (6th December) and the Hounslow Wii-lympics/ The HOTS Launch (10th December)
The Hounslow Wii-lypmics is a project designed for all schools in the London Borough of Hounslow; primary, secondary and special schools, created to get young people involved in sport through the use of fun technology.
The children who take part in the project will learn how people become top athletes; how they prepare their diet, how they look after their bodies and how they present themselves in the media. The children will work in small groups to research a particular area of the athletes life as either the trainer, dietician, physiotherapist, the PR Manager of the athlete itself. The children will submit their ideas to a judging panel by Easter 2010. The schools that have submitted the best ideas and research will qualify for the Wii lympics final at Hounslow Civic Centre on 3rd and 4th July 2010 , where the team athletes will get the chance to play against other schools.
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