Ambition 3 - Diverse & Inclusive Offer
The motivation for young people to engage in physical activity is underpinned by a PE and School Sport offer that meets the needs of all pupils including; sporty, semi-sporty, non-sporty, gifted and talented and those with special educational needs and disability.
TOP Sportsability is a unique inclusive activities programme developed by the Youth Sport Trust in partnership with National Governing Bodies of Sport. The programme can be utilised by schools to help engage young disabled people in physical education and school sport, and support their first step into School Games activity. For more information please click here.
The Sainsbury's Active Kids For All Inclusive PE Programme is a training initiative designed to improve the quality of PE provision in mainstream schools for young disabled people and pupils with special educational needs, enabling everyone to be engaged and make good progress.
The English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS) and School Games have lauched an Inclusive Health Check. This resource highlights the key role schools, SGOs and LOCs can play in an inclusive School Games pathway for young people with SEND.
Posing a series of critical questions specific to each role, the guidance is structured to help schools to develop a School Games pathway that is both progressive
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The National Disability Sport Organisations have produced a series of free impairment specific fact sheets for coaches and teachers working with disabled and SEN children.
The factsheets serve to upskill coaches and sport developer and raise awareness around specific impairment groups.