Activity Alliance Newsletter

New Inclusion 2024 education hub to improve future PE experiences

The new Inclusion 2024 inclusive education hub launched in May. Education practitioners across England will have access to all the essential resources for inclusive PE in one space. It is created in partnership by Activity Alliance, Youth Sport Trust and Department for Education. The partners’ ambition is to support more teachers responsible for PE and school sport to engage more disabled students. The impact will mean more young people have accessible, positive, and meaningful experiences that will last a lifetime. Find out more about the hub

Latest Annual Disability and Activity Survey goes live on 8 June

Our latest Annual Disability and Activity Survey will go live on Wednesday 8 June. Both sporting organisations and disabled people have faced many barriers as restrictions were lifted. While last year’s survey highlighted the impact of the pandemic on disabled people, this year’s exposes the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead as we recover. Sign up for the research briefing and read more on the survey

The FA calls on disabled players to take part in survey

We are pleased to support The FA on a new research project. Together, we are exploring how grassroots football clubs can provide an inclusive and welcoming experience for disabled people and people with long-term health conditions. Find out more and take part in the survey

Latest news from the National Disability Sports Organisations

Here is the latest news round-up from the National Disability Sports Organisations (NDSOs) for May 2022. Read more from the NDSO