Inclusion 2024 Resources
The first Inclusion 2024 live week took place between 07-11 February 2022 with free access to SEND inclusion content available for all practitioners.
The live virtual content was delivered by expert practitioners and young people which focused on best practice of the inclusion of young people with SEND in PE, school sport and physical activity. The aim of the week was to develop greater knowledge, competence, and confidence to provide meaningful and inclusive opportunities for young people with SEND.
All of the sessions were recorded and can now be re-watched by following the links below. Please see the recording from Inclusion 2024 Live week and some supporting follow up information from the sessions.
Lyfta and students with SEND: Teaching values through sports with immersive digital stories
- Free trials to access the Lyfta website: bit.ly/YSTLiveLimitedTrial; bit.ly/YSTLiveFullTrial
- Class of 2035 report: https://www.youthsporttrust.org/news-insight/research/class-of-2035
Youth Voice Panel: Interactive session with young people with SEND who tell their stories and answer audience questions
- Youth Voice Toolkit: https://www.youthsporttrust.org/resources/inclusion/youth-voice-toolkit
A workshop with Sarah Wild, Head Teacher at Limpsfield Grange: The UK’s only school solely for autistic girls who will be exploring wellbeing and the importance of exercise
- Supporting Girls with Autism - Developed by the Youth Sport Trust Lead Inclusion School network, Supporting girls with Autism is a digital, audio and practical toolkit that builds upon knowledge of girls with autism spectrum conditions (ASC) and some of the key considerations for making PE and sport inclusive to all: https://www.youthsporttrust.org/resources/inclusion/supporting-girls-with-autism
- All About Autism, All About Me Free E-Learning: https://www.youthsporttrust.org/resources/inclusion/all-about-autism-e-learning
- All About Autism, All About Me Booklet: https://www.youthsporttrust.org/media/z3fflo2m/all_about_autism1.pdf
Creating and communicating physical activity guidelines: As the new CMO guidelines around physical activity for disabled children and young people has launched this month, hear powerful stories from Professor Brett Smith, teachers and pupils themselves about why disabled children and schools need to be at the heart of the process
- Physical activity guidelines: infographics: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/physical-activity-guidelines-infographics
- The guidelines: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/physical-activity-guidelines-for-disabled-children-and-disabled-young-people-methodology/uk-chief-medical-officers-physical-activity-guidelines-for-disabled-children-and-disabled-young-people-methodology