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New ‘Inclusion Hub’ supporting more inclusive sport for schools


Inclusion 2024 aims to increase and improve opportunities for young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) to engage and participate in physical education and school sport. A report by the Activity Alliance found that only a quarter (25%) of disabled children say they take part in sport and activity all of the time at school, compared to 41% of non-disabled children The project is funded by the Department for Education and led by the Youth Sport Trust in partnership with Activity Alliance, the British Paralympic Association, nasen and Swim England.

Research show that positive experiences in PE and school sport are essential to shape every child’s life-long participation. It can affect how they feel about being active for the rest of their lives. There is growing concern that many disabled children continue to miss out across the country.  The collaboration has developed the Inclusive Education Hub, bringing the most relevant information together in one easy-to-access platform. It provides teachers and school staff a personalised report with resources to explore their approach to inclusion.

During #NationalSchoolSportsWeek, @AllforActvity have released a series of videos to help teachers and school staff use the Inclusive Education Hub. The videos are all on their YouTube channel: