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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.

April 2017   
Tuesday 4thSouth YorkshireSheffield EISMulti Sport
Tuesday 4th South YorkshireConcord Sports CentreMulti Sport
Wednesday 5thNorth YorkshireQueen Margaret SchoolSwimming - Primary
Wednesday 5thOxfordTBCPrimary
Wednesday 5thTyne & WearGateshead InternationalMulti-Sport Regional
Thursday 6thNorth YorkshireQueen Margaret SchoolSwimming - Secondary
Thursday 6thDoncasterDoncaster Deaf TrustMulti-Sport
Friday 21st EssexWilliam Edwards School, GraysMultiSport Essex Semi Final
Monday 24th East of EnglandMarks Hall School, HarlowEast of England regional Deaf Boccia
Monday 24thLondonLee Valley AthleticsPrimary - Enfield
Thursday 27thKentSittingbourne Community CollegeMulti Sport
Friday 28thEssexColumbus School & CollegeEssex Multi Sport, Semi Final
Friday 28thCoventry & WarwickLangley School, SolihullMulti Sport
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April 2017   
Thursday 13thLondonLittle Venice Sports CentreVI Boccia and Tennis
Tuesday 18thEssexWilliam Edwards School, GraysTraining - Multi-Sport Young Leaders
Wednesday 19thLondonHounslow Heath PrimaryCoaching
Wednesday 19thEssexChurch Langley PrimaryTraining Boccia
Thursday 20thKentSittingbourne Community CollegeTraining - Multi-Sport Young Leaders
Thursday 20thLondonHounslow Heath PrimaryCoaching
Friday 21stKentMalling SchoolTraining - Multi-Sport Young Leaders
Tuesday 25thLondonPied Heath SchoolTraining Multi-Sport
Thursday 27thLondonRushy MeadowsCoaching Tennis
Wednesday 26thKentUrsuline CollegeTraining - Multi-Sport Young Leaders
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Kent Central 1st round

TEAMBocciaTable CricketKurlingPolybatAthletics FieldAthletics RacesTOTALPlacings
Sheppey & Sittingbourne866101010501st
Abbey Court484044244th
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  • Panathlon gives the children more freedom. At school they are restricted to their schedules, but when they come here there’s more going on. They can go around and observe other things as well as participating themselves.

    Aaron Bint, PE teacher at Queensmill School, Hammersmith & Fulham
  • 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. Plus life is one big competition.

    Judy Wells, teaching assistant, Fairfax School.
  • Our strong team culture has impacted into school – behaviour has improved, relationships developed, a sense of achieving can be found in all areas of the school.

    Lucas Neocleous, football coach, Haringey
  • Since we got involved in Panathlon, the kids all really want to do PE now. Their self confidence has just come on amazing. The more events we come to, the more the kids are getting used to it and the more they are enjoying it.

    Andrea Griffiths, sports co-ordinator at Doucecroft School, Colchester
  • Never have we been to an event before that was aimed perfectly at the ability of our children.

    Penny Warner, Head of PE at Amwell View School, Hertfordshire
  • A lot of kids don’t get the opportunity to represent their county even in a mainstream school, let alone a special school. For some of these kids, this could be the peak of where they get to in sport, so what a great event. They are overwhelmed and think it’s absolutely incredible. That’s what it’s all about.

    Kevin Hughes, Assistant Head of PE at Arbour Vale School, Slough
  • We’re a mainstream school so these kids would normally get very little opportunity to play for their school teams, so Panathlon is great for their self-esteem and confidence.

    Annie Sturgeon, teacher at Highworth Combined School, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
  • Panathlon is mega for our school. It’s very important that everyone gets the chance to play sport. It’s all about equal opportunities isn’t it? It’s great for the kids to show what they are able to do.

    Cally Knight, special needs support assistant at Hounslow Heath School, Hounslow
  • Some competitions we go to are looking at some of the more elite students, but at Panathlon everyone has the opportunity to experience that competitive edge against their peers.

    Kevin Hughes, Assistant Head of PE at Arbour Vale School, Slough
  • The Panathlon Challenge is unique and I hope that many more young people have the opportunity to take part in the future.

    HRH Earl of Wessex, Prince Edward
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