British Blind Sport - Free Resources

British Blind Sport are supporting children and young people with visual impairments to get their 60 minutes of daily physical activity. "British Blind Sport is joining with Sport England and encouraging our VI service users to #StayInWorkOut. At British Blind Sport, we don't believe staying at home should mean doing less physical activity than normal! Physical activity is proved to relieve stress, improve mental health and boost the immune system, and we will do our best to continue to help you achieve this".

British Blind Sport - Free Resources

 First Steps is a project conceived by British Blind Sport to empower and encourage children between the ages of 3 – 11 years old with a visual impairment to develop their early developmental movement skills and to become physically active. At British Blind Sport, we are helping children with sight loss get active with a FREE sport and fitness pack delivered to their door.

Designed for children aged 3 to 11 years old, the pack includes:

Audible ball: A bright and bouncy ball with ball-bearings inside to allow the child to hear the ball.

Activity booklet: Simple and enjoyable games that encourage the entire family to play together.

Progress poster: Tracking the child’s daily achievements to encourage habitual activity with a fun sticker chart.

In addition to receiving the First Steps Pack, our First Steps families will receive ongoing support and will be invited to Family Days organised by BBS which not only bring young people together but also introduce them to new activities and inclusive clubs in their local community.

There are also some great free workout's designed to be used at home, including  yoga, pliates and hiit! Find them here: 

South Bucks SGO Area

The South Bucks SGO area and Sports Partnership is hosted by Alfriston School. Alfriston School is a special needs girl's school based in Beaconsfield. Alfriston is the Lead Inclusion School for Buckinghamshire and we believe in 'a sporting chance for every child'. We have a comprehensive calendar of School Games Inclusive competitions and festivals throughout the year and work with a number of County and community partners to bring about the best opportunities for staff and pupils in Bucks.