Over 500 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 (1,590 in 2016) aged 14-19, who act as sports officials for Panathlon competitions. If you are new to Panathlon, please take a look at our latest video (at the bottom of the page) to get a flavour of what we are all about.
All the latest results, competition dates and training dates.
|Monday 3rd||London||Southfields Academy||Primary - Wandsworth|
|Monday 3rd||Essex||Great Baddow School||Deaf Multi-Sports|
|Tuesday 4th||Suffolk||Westbourne Academy||Multi-Sport - South Suffolk|
|Tuesday 4th||London||Barnet Powerleague||Girls Football|
|Tuesday 4th||Wiltshire||Isambard Academy||Primary|
|Wednesday 5th||London & South East||Copper Box Arena, Olympic Park||Regional Primary|
|Wednesday 5th||Birmingham||Colmers Leisure Centre||Primary|
|Wednesday 5th||Herts||St. Albans TBC||Deaf Athletics|
|Wednesday 5th||Kent||Polo Farm||Multi-Sport|
|Thursday 6th||Birmingham||Handsworth Leisure Centre||Seconday Swimming|
|Thursday 6th||London||London Aquatics Centre||Divisional Swim Final|
|Monday 10th||North Yorkshire||Fulford School||Multi-Sport|
|Tuesday 11th||Tees Valley||Northfields School||Primary|
|Wednesday 12th||East Yorkshire||East Riding||Primary|
|Thursday 13th||Essex||Columbus College||PMLD|
|Thursday 13th||Tees Valley||Sunnyside School||Deaf Multi-Sport
|Friday 14th||London||Britannia Leisure Centre||Powerchair sports Final|
|Tuesday 18th||London||Frank Barnes School||Deaf Football competition|
|Thursday 20th||London||Roehampton Tennis||Deaf Tennis|
Unfortunately there are no planned events this month, click below to view all eventsView all
|TEAM||Boccia||Table Cricket||Kurling||Polybat||Athletics Field||Athletics Races||TOTAL||Placings|
|Sheppey & Sittingbourne||6||4||8||6||10||8||42||2nd|
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Panathlon has been a big help for me. It inspires me and it inspires so many to take part in sport. It’s a really good experience. It feels really good to take part, to represent my school and Cambridgeshire. I’m really happy.
It’s particularly inspiring to see how far Panathlon has come as an organisation and how many lives have been touched. There is no better illustration of the power of sport than a Panathlon event.
This is real ace, I can’t believe we won, today I love my life.
It’s brilliant. It’s a fantastic event and an ideal opportunity for our students. There are so many learning opportunities today: just to travel here, getting changed in a different environment, social skills, meeting different people, listening to instructions that they have to follow. They’ve done really well.
Panathlon is huge for us. There aren’t many opportunities for the whole school to get out together as a school, but Panathlon offers just that. It’s great for the kids. It’s brilliant for their confidence and self-esteem.
I like being able to help young children with disabilities be able to do sports. You get to use your own initiative to change and adapt the different sports and to work in a team and it helps your communication skills working with people that you haven’t met before.
I’ve never really done this sort of thing before. It’s my first time in a swimming competition and it’s been pretty amazing.
The atmosphere that Panathlon creates is awesome. These people here are playing to win and it’s nice to see that attitude amongst them. I think it’s important that everybody has the chance to compete and take part at whatever level they want to.
I’m really glad I’ve met somebody with the same condition as me. We’ve both got spina bifida, so I can relate to him and I’m really glad that we had a chat. He’s a big inspiration, so I think I might take up racing!
It’s been amazing, it’s brought them really together as a team, they’ve enjoyed working together, it’s a good lesson on sportsmanship and learning that it’s all about taking part. It means a lot for the school to be able to take part in a much bigger event, than just what the school can provide. It’s very special.