As part of the Motivate East project, we’ve been working with disability sports advocate Michelle Weltman. With over 30 years’ experience of working in disability sports, including coaching Paralympic swimmers, helping to develop the London Sports Forum, volunteering in a number of disability sports clubs and much more, Michelle is a well known and respected
Sportivate are hosting a FREE coaching workshop on the 26th February 2014. ‘How To Deliver Engaging Sessions For Adults’ will benefit coaches who are wanting to pick up extra tips on coaching/delivering sessions to specific groups as well as interact with other coaches. The free workshop is limited to a maximum of 25 people, therefore
Disability Sports Coach are hosting a one day Adapted Sports Training Course at the end of March. The course is perfect for those of you wanting to gain practical hands-on experience in a range of sports specifically designed for people with disabilities. Flyer below with further details underneath When – 12.00 – 18.00pm
Looking to start a wheelchair dance club? Join Wheelchair Dance Sport Association’s intensive Wheelchair Dance Level 2 Instructor Course this February. Details below Wheelchair dance course: 50% bursary now available for east London residents Level 2 Wheelchair Dance Instructor Course 24th – 28th February 2014 at Stratford Circus £400 for the week including Lunch and Tea/Coffee/Water twice
It was a fantastic day for all yesterday as over 50 primary school children took part in a Primary Paralympics Sports Festival organised by Cumberland SSP. Participants from 6 local primary schools headed to the Indoor Hub at Newham Leisure Centre to try out a range of sporting activities including kurling, boccia, seated volleyball, athletics and archery. Motivate East supplied
Thought about giving wheelchair basketball a go? Or maybe archery is more your style? Luckily for you, The University of East London Sports are holding weekly disability sports sessions in both. Details below Wheelchair Basketball – Every Monday 6-7pm FREE for Students (Inc school & College)-ID needed, £1 for non students. Any age can
Junior Camps offer disabled young people coaching in a wide variety of sports in a safe, friendly and completely inclusive environment. There a variety of sports on offer ranging from wheelchair basketball to field athletics. Who? Primary Sports Camps are open to children with physical or mild sensory impairments between the ages of 6 to 11.