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World Education Games
Our school is taking part in the World Education Games which take place across 13-15 October.
More than 5 million students from 200 countries and territories will register for the games in
2015. The games are an exciting online challenge open to all our school's students who will be
going up against students from all around the world. The event format is:
Good luck to all students representing our school during this year's event!
For more detailsabout the event visit WWW.WORLDEDUCATIONGAMES.COM
Warm up — 1 — 12 October.
Competition period — 13 — 15 October.
Warm down — 16 — 31 October.
Your child has been registered for this event through the school and can start warm up from 1
October. In order to practice and compete in this event, students must use their username and
password to sign into WWW.WORLDEDUCATIONGAMES.COM these have been given out to the children.
Just by participating through the answering of questions, students will be earning UNICEF
Points which are converted into money which will go directly to supporting UNICEF education
programs where class and school resources are desperately needed. More information can be
found at WWW.WORLDEDUCATIONGAMES.COM/UNICEF