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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

EVENT NEWS

All the latest results, competition dates and training dates.

FEBRUARY   
Thursday 1stLondonFrenford Clubs East London Multi-Sport Waltham Forest, Redbridge, B&D, Havering
Thursday 1stNationalLondon Aquatics CentreU14 National Swim Finals
Friday 2ndSuffolk WestKing Edward VI, Bury St EdmundsPrimary Multi-Sport
Monday 5thMerseysideGreenbank Sports AcademyGirls Football
Monday 5thSurreyMoor House SchoolSurrey Swimming
Tuesday 6th BirminghamNechells Wellbeing CentreLord's Taveners Pan/PD Boccia
Wednesday 7thLondonCarshalton BoysSutton Primary
Wednesday 7thEast RegionMark Hall Sports CentreLord's Taveners East Boccia Final
Wednesday 7thOxfordshireWhite Horse Leisure CentreMulti-Sport
Wednesday 7thKentMedway parkSwimming
Wednesday 7thYorkshire - NorthEnergise Sports Centre YorkYork and Selby Multi-Sport
Thursday 8thYorkshire - NorthSandylands Sports Centre,SkiptonHarrogate/Craven Multi-Sport
Thursday 8thLondonLangdon AcademyMulti-Sport: Newham, Hackney, Islington and Tower Hamlets
Thursday 8thYorkshire - WestHuddersfield Leisure CentreWest Yorkshire Primary
Friday 9th TBCYorkshire - SouthPonds ForgeSouth Yorkshire u14 Swimming Final
Friday 9th MerseysideGreenbankBoccia
Friday 9thLondonBurnt Oak Leisure CentreNorth London Regional Primary
Tuesday 20th LondonWestway Sports CentreLord's Taveners London Boccia Final
Tuesday 20th LondonWestway Sports CentreAutistic Boccia
Tuesday 20thCentral Herbert Leon AcademyRegional Lord's Taverners Boccia
Tuesday 20thYorkshire - NorthRichmond SchoolHambleton / Richmondshire Multi-Sport
Wednesday 21stYorkshire - NorthScarborough RFUScarborough / Ryedale Multi-Sport
Wednesday 21stLondonErith Leisure Centre, BexleyBexley Schools Primary Panathlon
Wednesday 21stHampshireMountbatten CentreMulti-Sport Hampshire
Wednesday 21stEast RegionMark Hall Sports CentreRegional Multi-Sport Final
Thursday 22ndLondonLinden Lodge, WandsworthPMLD day
Thursday 22ndEssexColumbus School & CollegePost 16 Multi-Sport
Thursday 22ndMerseysideGreenbankPowerchair Day: Power Hockey
Friday 23rdLondonRiverside, HaringeyPMLD Day for Riverside School, Haringey
Friday 23rdSuffolk - SouthCrown Pools IpswichPanathlon & Discovery Swimming Finals
Monday 26thGloucestershireArchway SchoolPrimary
Monday 26thSouth YorkshireConcord Leisure CentreMulti-Sport
Monday 26thNorfolkSportspark UEANorfolk Multi-sport
Tuesday 27thBirminghamSutton CampusBirmingham Multi-Sport
Tuesday 27thLondonEllen Wilkinson Girls SchoolPrimary Regional Final
Tuesday 27thBerkshireLondon Aquatics CentreBerkshire Finals
Wednesday 28thEssexLondon Aquatics CentreEssex Primary Swimming Finals
Wednesday 28thLondonConisborough College LewishamSouth London Primary
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Hampshire Multi-Sport Final

TEAMBocciaTable CricketKurlingPolybatAthletics FieldAthletics RacesTOTALPosition
Icknield661081010501st
Great Oaks4481086402nd
Mary Rose1086664403rd
Hollywater & St Francis8104448384th
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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
  • Panathlon is important to us. We run our own festivals and various SEN clubs, but this gives us a competitive outlet; something to work towards. It’s great for the kids.

    Steve Peaty, Newham team manager
  • Panathlon gives disabled children something which they can achieve for themselves. They all want to do Panathlon.

    Lorraine Veck, Special Needs Classroom Assistant, Coteford Junior School
  • One of our children said it was the first time he’d ever won anything in sport.

    Shirley Bond, PE coordinator at Stratton School, Gloucestershire
  • 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
  • Prior to being involved in Panathlon, all we could do was what we did on site at school with our own kids. We weren’t involved in competition with other schools, so this is fantastic.

    Caroline Wells, Director of Doucecroft School Services, Colchester
  • Panathlon gives us all a break from our normal day-to-day lives and it’s really competitive, which a lot of disabled people don’t get. It’s really important that everyone gets the chance to play sport. It helps people let off steam. When they get frustrated or wound-up, it means they can relax. It’s really good.

    Sally McNeil, aged 16, Thurrock
  • Panathlon’s great. You can see children with all sorts of disabilities and abilities, so it’s very inclusive. Sport goes across so many different aspects of life that it’s just very important for them now and when they leave school.

    Mark Boorman, teacher at Drumbeat School, Lewisham
  • 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
  • We’ve been to a few events in the past and she is usually the only student in a powerchair, so to come here today where she can compete against other students on a fair playing field is fantastic.

    Caroline Rose, mother of Ella, a Year Four student from Barnet
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