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What to do as a SENCo to ensure all disabled children are included within your school

Because your role is to coordinate Special Educational Need provision within a school or early years setting, you will be able to support the delivery of inclusive PE and extracurricular activity in so many ways.  You may deliver PE yourself, or it may not be something you are interested in, but either way the children and young people in your school or early years setting will benefit greatly if inclusive PE training, opportunity and links with key agencies who can support inclusive PE are on your radar.  Have a look at the below key contacts, all of whom will be happy to support training and the development of inclusive opportunities within your school/education setting:

  • Use Disability Sport Wales as a key contact, we can help with queries you might have around disability specific or inclusive sport

  • Contact your local authority sport development team – they will potentially be able to come in and support with equipment, or know specific coaches who can delivery disability sport activities (if you want to include them in extracurricular or PE sessions)

  • Incorporate the Sainsbury’s Active Kids for All workshop into your in-service training calendar

  • Attend the Sainsbury’s Active Kids for All workshop yourself and disseminate the information to colleagues at updating sessions

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