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2018 Commonwealth Games Logo - Gold Coast, Australia Designed by WiteKite

The unveiling of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games emblem at Broadwater Parklands today has set the course for an inspiring five year journey until the Opening Ceremony on 4 April 2018

A mini unit,perfect for small groups or for a week or two during the lead up to the games. Suitable for older students as independent work or whole class work for younger students.

A mini unit,perfect for small groups or for a week or two during the lead up to the games. Suitable for older students as independent work or whole class work for younger students.

Sam's Flags: CG1: Commonwealth Games

Now that the official countdown to the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow has begun, I think I will do a series of Games related posts over.

2018 Commonwealth Games Logo - Gold Coast, Australia Designed by WiteKite

The unveiling of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games emblem at Broadwater Parklands today has set the course for an inspiring five year journey until the Opening Ceremony on 4 April 2018

Walled Garden.

Walled Garden.

breathtakingdestinations: “Storfjorden - Norway (by Patrick BAUDUIN) ”

Mountain High - shared a photo from Flipboard

Kongeriket Norge: Storfjorden

Kongeriket Norge: Storfjorden

Hever Castle, home of the Boleyn family

Hever Castle-Anne Boleyn's home, King Henry gave her this home as a gift before she could not bear him a son.

St Thomas a Becket Church Warblington Hampshire. With touches of Anglo Saxon this church sits down on the south coast of Hampshire.

St Thomas a Becket Church Warblington Hampshire. With touches of Anglo Saxon this church sits down on the south coast of Hampshire.

HMS Zulu (G18). Builder: Alexander Stephen and Sons. Laid down: 10 August 1936. Launched: 23 September 1937. Commissioned: 7 September 1938. Fate: Lost to Italian aircraft off Tobruk, 14 September 1942. Class and type: Tribal-class destroyer. Displacement: 2,520 tons. Length: 377 ft (115 m). Beam: 36.5 ft (11.1 m). Draught: 9 ft (2.7 m). Speed: 36 knots (67 km/h).

HMS Zulu (G18). Builder: Alexander Stephen and Sons. Laid down: 10 August 1936. Launched: 23 September 1937. Commissioned: 7 September 1938. Fate: Lost to Italian aircraft off Tobruk, 14 September 1942. Class and type: Tribal-class destroyer. Displacement: 2,520 tons. Length: 377 ft (115 m). Beam: 36.5 ft (11.1 m). Draught: 9 ft (2.7 m). Speed: 36 knots (67 km/h).