Inclusive sport

Inclusive Sport

Welcome to our inclusive sport page. Active Surrey is working towards making sport and physical activity in Surrey inclusive for all.

If you need any more information about the inclusion and disability work that we do, please contact Lawrie Baker on 07791 383733 or email lawrie.baker@surreycc.gov.uk.

Inclusive Clubs, Inclusive Centres

Active Surrey are working with partners to increase opportunities for disabled people to participate in sport and physical activity. Our Inclusive Clubs, Inclusive Centres project is an important part of that work. Please see the briefing document for more information.

You can register your interest in the programme and get help in attracting, retaining and coaching new disabled sportspeople. Anyone signing up will also have the chance to secure funding for an Inclusive Sport Month in 2017 to support new or improved sessions for disabled people at their clubs.

See our Workshops page for details about the training opportunities and courses available under the programme (which are free to those registered but can also be paid for separately), see our Workshops page.

 

Inclusive sports training for teachers

Find out about inclusive sport training which is part of our overall teacher CPD programme.

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Search for an activity

You can now search on our Activity Finder for clubs and organisations that are inclusive of all abilities. You can also search by age, sport, location and maybe even find a few free taster sessions! Find an activity now.

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Woking Inclusive Sports Club

Active Surrey, Woking Football Club, The Park Special School and Woking Borough Council have launched a new inclusive sports club for young people aged 11 - 19. Try out a sport to see if you like it! 

About the club

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YMCA East Surrey

YMCA East Surrey are building brighter futures for children, young people and adults with disabilities or complex needs and providing specialised activities that promote independence and give families a break for caring. They run regular sport and physical activity sessions, volunteering and social activities for local disabled children, young people and adults. Find out what activities are currently running.

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Doing sport differently

The latest guide in the Doing Life Differently series is written by and for people with lived experience of disability or health conditions and covers the benefits of sport and fitness, how you can get invloved – whether playing, watching or coaching. It’s not just for the next Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson, but for everyone!  It needn’t be competitive, it needn’t be hard work, it just needs to be fun. Download guide.

 

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Wheels for All

Wheels for All embraces all children and adults with disabilities and differing needs, to engage in a quality cycling activity. By using specially adapted cycles, the activities are both physically and mentally stimulating and above all fun for everyone involved.

All the centres are equipped with specially adapted cycles and Wheels for All trained leaders, who have the knowledge and confidence to work with adapted cycles for participants to enjoy the benefits of cycling. The centres welcome individuals, groups and families to be involved.

Wheels for all website