We offer services from the teaching professionals to young people allowing disability to be included in every aspect of education and we provide the foundation of inclusion, accessibility within an educational environment.
How we can support the next generation of teachers and pupils
e offer wide range of courses to new and existing teachers to support and develop confidence, knowledge and skills
for those who are working with pupils with disabilities or need extra support in
lessons and Physical Education (PE).
Sessions for Teachers
Generic Disability Awareness
The session will provide knowledge and experiences to teachers of all the different types of disability, both physical and mental. The course will also simulate some of the challenges that their pupils might experience.
Sport Inclusion Model Made Simple
The course is designed to provide an introduction to the Sport Inclusion model and what it means for teachers. Understanding practical elements of the model and putting it into practice. This includes,
- What are the barriers to disabled people taking part in sport
- External factors affecting participation
- The STEP model explained
- The Inclusion Spectrum and examples
Adapting PE to Encourage and Engage Everyone
This session looks at introducing adaptions in your lessons, the key things to consider and practical examples and hints and tips from people in the know.
We work with individual schools and pupils to encourage and develop fully integrated sessions.
We can attend school or place of teaching and support the teacher and the students with extra needs to adapt and take part in the sport session. This will include a pre-meeting and follow up session if needed. The sport / activity could be any PE based activity, swimming or non-traditional sports
Sessions for Pupils
Disability Awareness (for Primary age)
Introducing Disability Awareness and to provide knowledge and experiences of all the different types of disability, both physical and mental.
Disability Awareness (for Secondary age)
Providing knowledge and experiences of all the different types of disability both physical and mental. Break down the barriers of disability and provide pupils with practical hands-on experiences.
A practical session looking at all basic equipment for general sport sessions, alterations to sport specific equipment to support the inclusion of everyone in PE and sports sessions
How to adapt your warm up and cool down sessions including practical examples of what to include and how to adapt a traditional warm up and cool down session
Top tips on how to engage, motivate and include disabled participants that have been tried and tested by disabled people
Sport Specific adaptations, looking at bespoke adaptions to ensure the sport session is fully accessible and achieves the same outcomes and gives the same opportunities to both disabled and able bodied participants.