Super Movers For Every Body Launched To Engage Disabled Children

This article has been brought to you by Slough Borough Council's Early Years Advisory Teacher, Sharon Rose, for the attention of all Primary school teachers, PE leads, SENDco, and Curriculum leads. 

Please see the information from Activity Alliance about a fantastic programme and set of free resources to use in your schools with children with a disability of SEN.

Super Movers for Every Body launched to engage disabled children

Currently 1.5 million children in England have special educational needs or are disabled, but only one in four disabled children take part in physical activity at school. Super Movers for Every Body is designed to tackle this issue and get everybody moving.

Teachers and parents can access a whole host of exciting free online curriculum-linked resources on BBC Teach. This includes Super Movers for Every Body follow-along films featuring CBBC stars, ParalympicsGB athletes and Premier League mascots, as well as other downloadable activities to get children moving.  Super Movers - Teach (

Primary school teachers across the UK are also able to register for a free Super Movers For Every Body equipment pack, funded by the Premier League, to help them deliver inclusive sports activity for all students aged five to 11. These packs contain a range of equipment and resource cards designed to facilitate various fun activities, including Blind Football, Para-athletics and Boccia.

To apply for an inclusive PE equipment pack and explore all the free resources on offer, head to the Super Movers for Every Body website. Schools have until 7 June 2024 to register and if successful will receive their pack from September 2024, the start of the next school year.

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