Useful resources

Physical Literacy Franework
Guidance to Support with the Employment and Deployment of Coaches in School

Inclusion support within the educational sector

Herts Sports Partnership works collaboratively with the Youth Sport Trust’s Lead Inclusion 2020/Project Ability School, Pinewood, in advocating, enabling and advising on all matters relating to the inclusion of all young people in physical education, school sport and physical activity within the educational setting.

Recommended resources
Top Sportsability is a free online resource supporting inclusive physical activity, PE and school sport. Practitioners can access the resources using the code YSTINCLUSION19.

All about autism, all about me is a digital and practical toolkit, building upon knowledge of autism spectrum conditions (ASC) and some of the key considerations for making PE and sport inclusive to all. It is free for schools across England to access.

Understanding Autism, Asperger’s and ADHD is a free short online course which will encourage you to challenge your own definitions and perceptions of autism and ADHD. You will get an opportunity to examine several key themes around both autism and ADHD in order to obtain skills to help people with these conditions.

Here are some additional adapted activities that might also be useful – Inclusive Activities

Working in partnership with Special Olympics GB, the YST Inclusion Team have created 12 videos and supporting resource cards designed for individual young people with profound, multiple learning disabilities and complex health needs to gain access to inspiring, accessible and meaningful PE. These can be found here.

Sensory Circuits are designed to work on the fundamentals of learning and senses. By doing these regularly you should build up your strength and proprioceptive, vestibular and tactile senses. They also get you ready for learning.

Mental Health

You might be worried about coronavirus (COVID-19) and how it could affect your life. There are lots of things you can try that could help your wellbeing. Start by visiting the Mind website.

If you’re concerned about yourself or a loved one, helplines and support groups can offer expert advice.

For help with explaining coronavirus to children and young people you can visit the following websites: