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Inclusive Sports Sessions for Ages 5-16


The Swindon Town Community Foundation provides this weekly session at The Deanery School for local children with SEN and physical disabilities, helping to develop social, mental and physical ability, as well as offering a respite facility for parents and carers who have children with special needs.

Supported by Swindon Borough Council and Aiming High, we’ve got nearly 20 children aged 5 — 16 attending on a weekly basis. The children — who have additional needs ranging from cerebral palsy through to ADHD — are encouraged to engage within the session, which delivers the opportunity to plays sports such as football, unihoc, and basketball — to name but a few. 

Holiday courses are also delivered during a number of school holidays throughout the year.

Both the weekly sessions and the holiday courses are supported by Aiming High and the Dave Turner Memorial Fund, and of course the main sponsor of our Social Inclusion and Disability programme: Holiday Inn Express Swindon City Centre and Embassy of Man. 

The Pan Disability sessions take place on a Wednesday evening, from 5 PM, and costs £2 per session, which is paid per term.

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