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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.

March 2017   
Wednesday 1stGloucestershire
Chipping CampdenPrimary
Wednesday 1stMerseysideGreebank AcademyMulti-Sport - Deaf
Thursday 2ndSuffolkThe Ashley School, LowestoftLord Taverners Regional Boccia
Thursday 2ndEssexShorefields School, ClactonPMLD
Thursday 2ndGloucestershire
Oxtails UniversityPrimary
Friday 3rdGloucestershire
Forest of DeanPrimary
Monday 6thLondonCoopers School BromleyPowerchair - South London
Tuesday 7thLondonQuinitin KynastonPowerchair - West London
Wednesday 8thMerseysideGreebank AcademyPrimary
Wednesday 8thDurhamDurham TrinityPMLD
Wednesday 8thLondonCrystal Palace NSCMulti-Sport South London: Southwark, Lambeth, Croydon, Lewisham, Greenwich, Bexley, Bromley, K&C
Thursday 9th
Tees ValleyBillingham ForumSwimming
Friday 10thTees ValleyRiverside BowlingTen Pin Bowling
Tuesday 14thBirminghamSutton CollegeMulti-Sport Final
Tuesday 14thLondonWestway Sports CentreMulti-Sport North London: Barnet, Enfield, Haringey, Camden, Harrow, Westminster, H&F, Brent
Wednesday 15thMerseysideGreebank AcademyMulti-Sport
Wednesday 15thLondonBritainia Leisure CentreBoccia London Lords Taverners Final
Wednesday 15thCentralSir Herbert LeonTaverners Boccia Regional
Friday 17th EssexBurnham-on-Crouch PrimaryTeam Selection Swimming
Friday 17thLondonSt Mary's University College West London Finals: Hillingdon, Ealing, Hounslow, Richmond, Wandsworth, Kingston, Merton, Sutton
Monday 20th East of EnglandMarks Hall School, Harlow.Regional East of England Multi-Sport Final
Tuesday 21stLondonUEL Sports DockMulti-Sport East London: Waltham Forest, Redbridge, B&D, Havering, Hackney, Tower Hamlets, Newham, Islington
Tuesday 21stSurreySurrey Sports ParkMulti Sport Regional
Wednesday 22ndPortsmouthMountbatten CentreMulti Sport
Thursday 23rdSurreyMoorhouse SchoolSwimming
Friday 24thLondonAquatics Centre LondonSwim Finals London & Essex
Tuesday 28th LondonEric Liddell Sports CentreBromley Schools Swim
Tuesday 28thSuffolkRushmere Sports CentrePrimary - South Suffolk
Wednesday 29thLondonSouthview School NewhamNewham Schools Swim
Wednesday 29th West MidlandsPort LifestyleTaverners Boccia Regional
Wednesday 29thYorkshireEnergise Leisure CentreMulti Sport
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March 2017   
Wednesday 1st EssexLancaster SchoolMulti-Sport Coaching
Tuesday 7thEssexLancaster School, SouthendMulti-Sport Coaching
Friday 10thLondonJoseph Clark SchoolCoaching Primary
Thursday 16thLondonUEL Sports DockTraining - Multi-Sport
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Yorkshire Final

TEAMBocciaTable CricketKurlingPolybatAthletics FieldAthletics RacesTOTALPosition
South Yorkshire4104446324th
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  • It’s the best event we’ve been to so far. It’s a brilliant atmosphere and a really good competition. If you’d seen where these kids have come from, it’s incredible, especially one of our boys, Alley. This time last year he was terrified of water and now he’s competed here. I’m really proud of him. The children are so proud of themselves, when they go back to school, there is such a big fuss made of them and their confidence is boosted so much by it.

    Sam Stevens, sports coach at Trinity School, Barking & Dagenham
  • I had one student who struggled with confidence, but today he has interacted with his peers and hasn’t stopped smiling

    Shirley Bond, PE coordinator at Stratton School, Gloucestershire
  • Panathlon is good for us because it caters for those kids who don’t have much opportunity. It means every child gets to take part in a competition outside of school. It’s a privilege to be here and the kids love it.

    Kamil Hajdrych, PE coordinator at Stormont House School, Hackney
  • I’ve really enjoyed Panathlon. It’s really helped me to be more confident and to get more involved in sport. A few years ago I couldn’t have imagined myself here.

    Toyin Fabusiwa, aged 16, Croydon
  • 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
  • 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
  • It’s really important that all kids, no matter what their ability level, have the opportunity to compete against other children of similar ability on a fair level. Every child has a right to take part in sporting activity and enter competitions.

    Carina Taylor, Head of PE at Chadsgrove School, Bromsgrove
  • I enjoy coming out to Panathlon. I like the atmosphere of it all. It’s very loud – you can’t hear yourself think! There’s a lot of responsibility to be representing Worcestershire, but it feels good.

    Grace Kempson, aged 15, Bromsgrove
  • Before I started Panathlon, I wouldn’t even go away from home on my own, but now I’ll do it easily. Panathlon has made me feel a lot more confident. I think it’s brilliant.

    Georgina Hart, aged 15, Barking & Dagenham
  • 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
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