Uganda Olympic Committee president Dr. Donald Rukare graced the launch. Along with him, the UOC Olympic education, culture and legacy commission chairperson Ms Annet Nakamya, as well as sports teachers, attended.
Furthermore, the initiative is a sports and education project by the UOC inspired by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Olympic Values education Programme (OVEP).
Additionally, for the sports activities, every five events competed within an education theme, which implies a ‘ring’ closed, a full circle attained. ‘
Also, a full circle is attained only upon completion of 5 activities which demonstrates an education Value.
“It is our hope that the intended target audience of students will find it useful and enable you, close the rings based on a solid foundation provided by this activity record book.” Dr. Rukare attested.
Therefore, Full Circles seek to engage students and young people in Uganda to undertake 25 activities.
5 of each represents 1 of the 5 educational themes of Olympism which include; Joy of effort, fair play, practicing respect, pursuit of excellence and Balance between Body, will and mind.
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