Disability and Inclusive Sport & Activity
At Leicester-Shire & Rutland Sport we are committed to equality in sport and getting more disabled people involved in sport and physical activity. We work with a variety of partners to ensure equality is at the heart of all sport and physical provision across Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland.
When it comes to exercise, disabled people have pretty much the same options – everything from simply getting out a bit more to playing team sports.
There are local school programmes in place to ensure that young people with a disability are included within curriculum PE and are accessing additional opportunities such as the School Games and Daily Boost.
Within your community, there are opportunities to access including local clubs and groups to try a range of different sports and activities.
If you are looking for more information and opportunities to get involved in disability sport and activity you can us here at Leicester-Shire & Rutland Sport (contact details below) or contact your local Sport & Physical Activity Team to find out more about your local opportunities.
The Local Offer & Key Links
The Local Offer supports parents and carers of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), and young people with SEND themselves.
The Local Offer aims to provide clear, comprehensive and accessible information about the opportunities available for families with a child or children who have a disability or additional needs.
For more information click on the relevant links below.
Widening the Community Offer for People with Disabilities
- Widening The Community Offer For People With Disabilities (PDF, 1.9 Mb)
Across Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland. Inclusion Project Summary Report 2013-2018
1st Jan, 2019
Do you know how much physical activity do we all need to do to keep healthy?
12th Dec, 2018
Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4/5 Disability Sportshall Athletics School Games Super-Series Final
2nd Dec, 2018
Research shows disabled people are currently the least active group in society, and twice as likely as non-disabled people to be inactive.