2012 legacy: School sport inquiry listens to young people

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Even before the Olympics and the Paralympics had taken place, the stated aim of London 2012 organisers was to "inspire a generation".

The exploits of Mo Farah, Usain Bolt, Jessica Ennis, David Weir and the other stars of an amazing summer of sport may have had thrilled fans, but has the excitement translated into young people actually doing more sport?

The Education Select Committee is holding an inquiry into school sport and the 2012 legacy, and School Reporters accompanied MPs from the committee as they visited Barking Abbey School to find out about the reality of pupils' experience.

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