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Panathlon is a charity that provides sporting opportunities to over 10,000 disabled young people every year

 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.

10083 Competitors
563 Schools
27 Counties
1590 Young Leaders


All the latest results, competition dates and training dates.

February 2017   
Wednesday 1stLondonChessington Community CollegeMulti-Sport
Thursday 2ndDoncasterDoncaster Deaf TrustBoccia: Deaf
Thursday 2ndWest YorkshireHuddersfield Sports CentrePrimary
Friday 3rdBirminghamNetchellsWest Midlands Deaf Boccia
Friday 3rdMiddlesbroughEston Leisure CentreNE Regional Primary
Monday 6thLondonBurnt Oak Leisure CentrePrimary - North London
Tuesday 7thLondonEllen Wilkinson Girls SchoolPrimary - West London
Tuesday 7thNorth YorkshireEnergise CentreMulti-Sport York & Selby
Wednesday 8thSuffolkCrown PoolsSwimming - South Suffolk
Wednesday 8thKentMedway ParkSwimming
Wednesday 8thOxfordshireAbingdon CollegeMulti-Sport
Wednesday 8thNorth YorkshireEnergise Centre YorkMulti-Sport York & Selby
Thursday 9thNorth YorkshireSandy lands School Multi-Sport Harrogate & Craven
Thursday 9thBirminghamFutsal ArenaBoccia
Monday 13thWorcesterRylands Centre BromsgroveMulti Sport Swimming - Deaf
Tuesday 14thBirminghamSutton CollegeMulti-Sport
Tuesday 14thNorth YorkshireRichmond SchoolMulti-Sport - Richmond and Hambledonshire
Wednesday 15thNorth YorkshireScarborough Rugby ClubMulti-Sport Scarborough & Rydale
Monday 20thLondonSobell Centre, IslingtonPrimary for Islington schools
Wednesday 22ndSouthAquatics Centre SttafordPrimary & Secondary - New Deaf event
Thursday 23rdLondonHendon Leisure CentrePrimary - Barnet
Thursday 23rdBuckinghamshireHeritage HouseSwimming
Friday 24thLondonHendon Leisure CentrePrimary - Barnet
Friday 24thEssexMark Hall School, HarlowBoccia - East Regional Lord Taverners
Friday 24th EssexColumbus College, ChelmsfordMulti Sport - Post 16 new event
Monday 27thGloucestershireStroudPrimary
Monday 27thLondonSobell Centre IslingtonPowerchair - North London
Tuesday 28thGloucestershireKingshill School CirencesterPrimary
Tuesday 28thLondonBeacon SchoolPowerchair - East London
Tuesday 28thBuckinghamshireStoke Mandeville StadiumMulti Sport
Tuesday 28thBuckinghamshireStoke Mandeville StadiumPrimary
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February 2017   
Tuesday 7thLondonJoseph Clarke SchoolCoaching Primary
Friday 10th WorcesterChadsgrove SchoolMulti Sport - Young Officials Training
Monday 13thLondonKingbury High SchoolMulti Sport
Tuesday 21stLondonthe Garden School HackneyMulti-Sport Coaching
Tuesday 21stLondonHarris Academy Crystal palaceTraining - Multi-Sport
Monday 27thBuckinghamshireSir Herbert Leon Training - Multi-Sport
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Find out what has been going on at the Panathlon Challenge.

Wilson Stuart School with near perfect score
Midlands Round up

Worcestershire – On Monday 13th February 51 pupils from 4 schools across the county took part in a Panathlon...

Over 100 compete in Oxfordshire
Over 100 compete in Oxfordshire

Kingfisher School of Abingdon and Springfield Schjool of Witney, were the victors when over 100 disabled students took part...

Priory School swim to success
Priory Swim Success

Since its inception six years ago, the South Suffolk Panathlon Swim title has been Priory School from Bury St...

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  • Panathlon helps with the kids’ independence and helps them socially, meeting other children from other schools and just giving them a bit of experience of life outside of school.

    Judy Wells, teaching assistant, Fairfax School, Birmingham
  • Win, lose or draw, it’s about giving kids opportunities to compete on an even scale against students of similar abilities. Everyone gets the chance to win a medal and you can just see their little eyes light up. It’s phenomenal really

    Kevin Hughes, Assistant Head of PE at Arbour Vale School, Slough
  • Panathlon is so inclusive. We’ve got kids with physical disabilities, some in wheelchairs, autistic children and kids with learning difficulties. It’s a very inclusive event, which is exactly what we’re looking for.

    Liam Welch, teacher at Billing Brook School, Northampton
  • 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.

    Jess Russell, sports coordinator at Paddock School, Wandsworth
  • Panathlon provides an opportunity for students who otherwise wouldn’t shine in PE. The opportunity to compete at this level wouldn’t be there otherwise. It’s a brilliant opportunity and it’s why our schools are willing to give so much time to Panathlon, because where else are you going to get this quality of event?

    Lesley Montague, teacher at Jo Richardson School, Barking & Dagenham
  • Panathlon is the best organised sports event that we go to. The children love the whole day, the experience of competing and socialising with other teams.

    Neil Dawson , Head of PE, Wilson Stuart School, Birmingham
  • For our kids Panathlon is the absolute highlight of the year. When we get back to school all of the kids will be there to greet them like returning heroes, like Olympians getting off the plane. It’s brilliant.

    Richard Brown, teacher at Cricket Green School, Merton
  • Our kids just love the competitive spirit of Panathlon. There’s great sportsmanship here and they take part in every event with lots of enthusiasm. It’s wonderful.

    Warren Marriott, upper school PE coordinator at Perseid School, Merton
  • Panathlon is proving so popular that even able-bodied children are wanting to get involved now!

    Lorraine Veck, Disability Sports Co-ordinator at Coteford Junior School, Hillingdon
  • Panathlon is something I look forward to every year. It’s given these kids so much encouragement. For a lot of the kids it’s the only competition they are doing.

    Marianne Sharpe, teacher at Samuel Rhodes School, Islington
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