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Panathlon is a charity that provides sporting opportunities to over 13,000 disabled young people every year

 Over 800 schools across the country take part in ‘mini Paralympic’ multi-sport competitions for secondary or primary school children, along with dedicated football, boccia and swimming programmes. Panathlon has in the last few years trained thousands of young leaders (2,190 in 2017) aged 14-19, who act as sports officials for Panathlon competitions. If you are new to Panathlon, please take a look at the video (at the bottom of the page) to get a flavour of what we are all about.

13150 Competitors

+3,067 increase on 2015/16

812 Schools

+249 increase on 2015/16

33 Counties

+6 increase on 2015/16

2190 Young Leaders

+600 increase on 2015/16


All the latest results, competition dates and training dates.

Wednesday 1stLondonChessington Community CollegeKingston Primary
Thursday 2ndLondonBecontree Leisure CentreBarking & Dagenham Primary
Monday 6thSuffolkWater Lane Sports CentreNorth Suffolk / Norfolk Swim Gala
Monday 6thLondonEllen Wilkinson Girls SchoolEaling Primary
Tuesday 7thMerseysideGreenbankPan-Disability Boccia
Tuesday 7thBuckinghamshireStoke Mandeville StadiumMulti-Sports
Tuesday 7thBirminghamNechells Sports CentrePrimary
Tuesday 7th Yorkshire NorthRichmond SchoolPrimary Hambledon & Richmondshire
Wednesday 8thBirminghamNechells Sports CentreDeaf Multi-Sport
Wednesday 8thLondonDrapers AcademyHavering Multi-sport competition
Thursday 9thSuffolk - SouthInspire SuffolkLords's Taverners Pan & PI Boccia Finals
Thursday 9thBirminghamNechells Wellbeing CentrePrimary
Thursday 9thLondonConisborough CollegeLewisham Primary Panathlon
Friday 10thBirminghamNechells Wellbeing CentrePrimary
Friday 10thLondonSutton Tennis CentrePrimary
Friday 10thLondonWaltham Forest Primary
Friday 10thEssexColumbus CollegeLord Taverners Pan Boccia
Monday 13thEssexMark Hall Sports CentreRegional Final, Essex, London, Berks, Suffolk
Tuesday 14thLondonEllen Wilkinson SchoolLord Taverners West London Boccia
Tuesday 14thBristolUniversity of the West of EnglandNew Primary Competition
Tuesday 14thYorkshire NorthHob Moor OaksPrimary - York & Selby
Tuesday 14thBucksBurnham Park AcadamyBoccia
Tuesday 14thMerseysideGreenbankPD Boccia
Wednesday 15thLondonJohn Lewis StatfordPanathlon Jack Petchey Awards Ceremony
Monday 20thNorth WestAccrington AcademyNW Swim Finals - Cumbria/Lancashire/Manchester/Merseyside/Cheshire
Tuesday 21stCheshireSt Nicholas School HartfordPrimary
Tuesday 21stBristolUniversity of the West of EnglandNew Multi-Sport
Tuesday 21stWiltshireMarlborough CollegeMulti-Sport
Wednesday 22ndBucksBurnham Park AcademyCompetition
Wednesday 22ndLondonTwickenham AcademyRichmond Primary
Wednesday 22ndYorkshirePonds Forge Aquatic CentreSouth Yorkshire Swim Gala
Wednesday 22ndLondonWembley PowerleagueFootball Plate Final
Thursday 23rdLondonEastleigh NewhamPMLD Newham
Thursday 23rdYorkshire WestBrooksbank SchoolPrimary Selection
Thursday 23rdHertfordshireWodson Park Leisure Centre, WareHertfordshire Multisports Final
Friday 24thLondonBurnt Oak Leisure CentreBarnet Primary
Friday 24thEssexColumbus SchoolLord Taverners PI Boccia
Monday 27thMerseysideGreenbankWheelchair Basketball
Tuesday 28thLondonConisborough CollegeBoccia Lord Taverners South Competition
Wednesday 29thLondonNewham Leisure CentreNewham Primary
Wednesday 29thLondonWembley PowerleagueChampions Final Football
Wednesday 29thYorkshire - WestHuddersfield Leisure CentreWest Yorkshire Multisports
Thursday 30thLondonNortholt Leisure CentreWest London Swimming
Thursday 30thSuffolk - NorthWater Lane Leisure Centre LowestoftPrimary Boccia
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Wednesday 1stLondonWestlea SchoolMulti-Sports Young Leaders Training
Wednesday 1stEssexGreat Baddow Millennium Centre Boccia Training
Tuesday 7thBirminghamTouchbase Pears, Selly Oak, BirminghamSENSE Multi-Sports Coaching
Tuesday 7thLondonEllen Wilkinson SchoolBoccia Taverners Training
Wednesday 8thLondonConisborough CollegeBoccia Lord Taverners Training
Wednesday 8thSurreyPhilip SouthcoteMulti-Sports Young Officials
Tuesday 28thBirminghamTouchbase Pears, Selly Oak, BirminghamMulti-Sports Coaching
Tuesday 28thLondonChessington CCMulti-Sports Young Officials
Tuesday 28thYorkshire - WestHuddersfield Leisure CentreMulti- sports Young Officials
Thursday 30thYorkshire - SouthConcord Leisure Centre, SheffieldMulti-Sports Young Officials training
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  • In terms of offer for disabled children, Panathlon is the strongest example of how to run an event that is exciting, enjoyable and challenging but brings wide benefits as well as the activity. It’s a model that’s needed throughout the country, there’s no doubt.

    Barry Horne, Chief Executive of the English Federation of Disability Sport
  • It’s great for the kids to have the opportunity to take part in sport. When I was a kid you would never have got anything like Panathlon. It’s only right that they get a crack at sport the same as any other kid. Sport is great for him.

    Jim Reid, grandfather of Robert Walter, joint winner of the 2014 WNST Primary-Aged Achievers Award
  • Panathlon is brilliant. I’ve been coming here since the age of nine and enjoy it every year. I take part in the wheelchair slalom and the relay races. I love racing against others.

    Jo Makumbi, aged 15, West Lea School, Enfield
  • Today allowed our children to shine in sport for the first time. Thank you for an amazing day. Long may we be involved

    Hollie Williams, teacher at Topcliffe Primary School, Birmingham
  • I had two boys who said they’d thought of every way of getting out of doing this, but they volunteered for every race. One swum 10 metres unaided! He didn’t – and we didn’t – know he could do it.

    Debbie Hancock, teacher at Reid Street Primary School, Darlington
  • Panathlon means everything to the kids. There’s nothing else for them where they can compete at sport, so it means the world to them. If it wasn’t for Panathlon they wouldn’t be competing.

    Janine Edwards, teaching assistant at Whitmore High School, Harrow
  • One of the things about working with kids with special needs is that many of them have exactly the same interests as non-disabled kids. They want to resent their school, they want to represent their borough. This gives them an opportunity to do that, which they wouldn’t normally get.

    Alan Walsh, the Learning Trust – Team Hackney
  • I really enjoy it. Win or lose, it’s all about taking part. I feel very proud to be representing my school.

    Ali Hussain, aged 15, Hammersmith & Fulham
  • On behalf of our children at Girlington Primary School for a fantastic Panathlon experience. The activities were well thought through, taking into consideration a variety of disabilities. Our children thoroughly enjoyed themselves and memories were made. The whole event ran like clockwork which added to the enjoyment. We are already looking forward to next year.

    Amanda Simpson, a teacher at Girlington Primary, Bradford
  • I’ve had the best day ever. I can’t wait to go home and tell my mum all about it and show her my medals.

    Pupil at Albert Pye Primary School, Beccles
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