New Age Kurling Ramp
A fibreglass ramp to allow players to shoot kurling stones from a seated position rested on their knees, ideal for wheelchair users. This ramp is 1770cm x 26cm in size and weighs 3kg.
New Age Kurling Scoreboard
To help you keep score of all your New Age Kurling games.
New Age Kurling Scoring Wedge
A plastic foam wedge covered in vinyl sheet with random scoring holes.
New Age Kurling Set
New Age Kurling is a version of curling that can be played indoors on any smooth, flat surface, such as a sports hall. This set contains eight (four red, four blue) New Age Kurling stones in a carrycase.
New Age Kurling Slider Target
A target mat that can be used with all New Age Kurling sports.
New Age Kurling Telescopic Pushers
A pair of adjustable plastic pushers with telescopic handles that can be used to release or collect kurling stones. They are 83-126cm in length.
RMA Sport Multi-Sport Wheelchair
A multisport wheelchair designed in collaboration between Roma Sport and Youth Sport Trust. The wheelchairs allow everyone to get involved in sport, regardless of whether they have a disability or not.
A set of top tips and helpful resources to support you in including children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).
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.
TOP Sportsability Elements
Within the TOP Sportsability resource there is a module called Elements. Elements is a resource for young people with profound and multiple learning difficulties. The resource follows four themes which are based on national curriculum PE areas of activity that have been adapted to suit the needs of your child.
Youth Voice Toolkit
An Inclusive youth voice toolkit designed to support practitioners in a range of ways to engage student voice in their school, representative of a diverse community of pupils.