Improving PE, School Sport & Physical Activity

This section contains guidance documents to support schools to make their PE, School Sport and Physical Activity provision inclusive for all

Inclusive Health Check

An Inclusive health check provides a school with the opportunity to self assess themselves and their provision against national criteria. It also enables a school to identify areas of strength and areas of further development.

TOP Sportsability

TOP Sportsability can be utilised by schools to help engage young disabled people in Physical Education, school sport, and support their first step into the School Games.

The programme has three main aims:

1. To provide physical activity and sport options for young people with high support needs

2. To create a vehicle for the inclusion of disabled and non-disabled young people together

3. To provide a basic introduction to a wide range of sports and activities in support of the School Games programme

TOP Sportsability is a free online resource for school and offers practical advice to teachers, learning support staff and other sports practitioners. It consists of video clips and downloadable content showing ideas and strategies around the inclusion of young disabled people in physical activity, it is divided into three sections; User Manual, Disability sport & adapted games and Sports Adaptations

To access the resources, you will need to register for the programme online

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