Inclusive Sport

Inclusive opportunities for all young people is a core principle within the School Games. Read on to find out more about the breadth of the inclusion provision and the tools currently available to help make your School Games more inclusive.

Inclusive Health Check

The Inclusive Health Check is a self-review tool available to all School Games registered schools, School Games Organisers (SGOs), and Active Partnerships. It allows its users to improve best practice, access key resources, and develop an action plan. Please log in to your dashboard to complete your health check.

Lead Inclusion Schools

The School Games are supported by a network of Lead Inclusion Schools across England who are recognised for their expertise in engaging young people with SEND to participate, compete and lead through PE, physical activity, and school sport. Lead Inclusion Schools act as champions in their local area - as well as staging events, they are responsible for training staff and sharing best practice with other schools to improve the provision of PE, school sport and physical activity for young people with SEND. To find your local Lead Inclusion School, please visit here.

National Disability Sport Organisations

We are delighted to be working with National Disability Sports Organisations (NDSOs) to provide opportunities for SEND young people to be active.

These NDSOs as recognised by Activity Alliance, and include British Blind Sport, Cerebral Palsy Sport, Dwarf Sports Association UK, LimbPower, Special Olympics Great Britain, UK Deaf Sport, and WheelPower. Each organisation provides expert advice and guidance in how to create inclusive environments in sport and physical activity whilst signposting opportunities for disabled people to be active.

You can find out more information about these organisations via the overview documents listed on side of this page, or contact them directly.

Access inclusive formats

Register or go to your dashboard to see these formats