THE Olympic flame burns bright at Cordeaux School in Louth.
Year 8 pupils at Cordeaux have been working in groups to produce presentations marketing the attractions, amenities, facilities and qualities of Lincolnshire.
The aims of the presentation were to persuade national Olympic teams to bring their squad to stay and train in Lincolnshire.
The work has been cross-curricular with pupils applying knowledge and skills across History, Geography, Maths, English and other subject areas. Doreen Stephenson, Leader of East Lindsey District Council, was guest of honour at the school, praising the students for the high quality of the work.
She said: “This project accords entirely with the ELDC Olympic celebrations and the excitement of the torch’s arrival in the area.”
Coun Stephenson met the winning team of Jessica Cotton, Amy Howkins, Amy Clark, William Anderson and Jack Flockton.
East Lindsey is gearing up for the arrival of the Olympic torch on June 27.
It will pas through Louth, Legbourne and Withern before moving out to the coast.
In Louth the route will set off from #Grimsby Road pasing along Bridge Street, Upgate and London Road.
Local people are amogst the lucky ones who will carry the torch through the district.
l How exctied are you about the arrival of the Olympic flame?
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