Students explore the legacy of the Olympic Park

Olympics Legacy

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Six months have passed since Coldplay rocked the closing ceremony of the 2012 Paralympic Games, bringing down the curtain on a remarkable sporting summer.

Since then, large areas of the Olympic Park have been transformed, ready to open again later this year for sports events and pop concerts.

Public tours of the site begin on Good Friday and eventually the Aquatics Centre will be a public swimming pool, open to everyone.

A lasting legacy was a crucial part of London's winning bid for the Olympics and Paralympics, so we sent eight School Reporters to see for themselves if the new Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will benefit the whole country…

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