This engaging interactive resource explores to what extent the 2012 Olympics will regenerate London's East End. Students are given a mission as journalists to discover why cities bid to host large sporting events - and why London won. Next they investigate the challenges of staging the games, by designing a simple layout and then comparing it to the real Olympic Designs. Along the way students get the chance to talk to politicians, young people and local businesses before deciding how the games will benefit the area socially, environmentally and economically. This fantastic resource is designed so all content can be adapted for interactive whiteboards and PowerPoint presentations.