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BBC Children’s and Education, Premier League and ParalympicsGB join forces to provide schools with inclusive PE equipment and resources

BBC Children's and Education, the Premier League and ParalympicsGB have come together to launch Super Movers for Every Body, using the inspiration of top-flight football and talented athletes to engage disabled children and those with special educational needs in sport and physical activity.  
Currently 1.5 million children in England have special educational needs or are disabled, but only one in four disabled children take part in physical activity at school. Super Movers for Every Body is designed to tackle this issue and get everybody moving.  
Teachers and parents can access a whole host of exciting free online curriculum-linked resources on BBC Teach. This includes Super Movers for Every Body follow-along films featuring CBBC stars, ParalympicsGB athletes and Premier League mascots, as well as other downloadable activities to get children moving.   
Primary school teachers across the UK are also able to register for a free Super Movers For Every Body equipment pack, funded by the Premier League, to help them deliver inclusive sports activity for all students aged five to 11.

There will be 3,300 Super Movers For Every Body equipment packs available to schools that register and are successful. The inclusive packs will include the following:   

  • 2 x audio balls  
  • 10 x blindfolds  
  • 4 x foam javelins  
  • 1 x foam vortex howlers  
  • 8 x lightweight balls  
  • 2 x Boccia activity cards