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Panathlon gives almost 22,000 young people with disabilities and special needs every year the opportunity to take part in competitive sport

 In the last year, 21,906 children and young people from 1,335 schools in England and Wales took part in ‘mini Paralympics’ multi-sport competitions for secondary or primary-age pupils as well as our dedicated swimming, football, boccia and ten-pin bowling programmes. With an additional 4,611 students aged 14-19 fulfilling roles as specially-trained Young Leaders at our competitions, that made a grand total of 26,517 young people engaged in our sporting programmes in a single academic year. If you are new to Panathlon, take a look at the video at the bottom of the page to get a flavour of what we are all about

21906 Competitors

+3,936 increase on 2017/18

1335 Schools

+315 increase on 2017/18

42 Counties

+5 increase on 2017/18

4611 Young Leaders

+680 increase on 2017/18

EVENT NEWS

All the latest results, competition dates and training dates.

November   
Friday 1stLondonMertonBar One Primary
Monday 4thWest YorkshireBradford GrammerBradford Primray
Monday 4thWest YorkshireBradford GrammerBradford Xtend
Monday 4thMerseysideGreenbank Sports AcademyBoccia England Schools Programme, Pan Qualifier
Tuesday 5thLondonConisborough College Boccia England Schools Programme: South London
Tuesday 5thSheffieldHollywood BowlSheffield Ten Pin
Tuesday 5thBirminghamNechells Wellbeing CentreBirmingham Primary
Wednesday 6thLondonMile End Sports CentreTower Hamlets Primary
Wednesday 6thBirminghamNechells Wellbeing CentreBirmingham Primary
Wednesday 6thSheffieldHollywood BowlSheffield Ten Pin
Wednesday 6thHull TBCHull Active Schools Xtend
Wednesday 6thLondonMile End Sports CentreTower Hamlets Primary
Wednesday 6thHertfordshireWodson Leisure CentrePrimary Mainstream schools North County
Thursday 7thSouth SuffolkInspire SuffolkLord's Taverners Boccia
Thursday 7thHertfordshireQueens School WatfordPrimary Mainstream schools South County
Thursday 7th NationalCopper Box Arena, Olympic ParkNational Primary Finals
Friday 8thLondonWaltham Forest TBCWaltham Forest Xtend
Friday 8thNorth SuffolkWaterlane LCNorth Suffolk Swimming
Friday 8thBirminghamNechells Wellbeing CentreBirmingham Primary
Monday 11thMerseysideGreenbank Sports AcademyBoccia England Schools Programme Physical Qualifier
Monday 11thLondonRiddlesdown CollegiateCroydon Primary
Wednesday 13thWiltshireMarlborough CollegeWiltshire Xtend
Wednesday 13thLondonChessington SchoolKingston Primary
Wednesday 13th LondonHavering YMCAHavering Primary
Wednesday 13thLondonWembley Stadium PowerleaguePanathlon Cup (Higher Ability)
Wednesday 13thLondonRedbridge Rollerbowl RomfordRedbridge Ten Pin
Thursday 14thEssexHollywood Bowl BasildonEssex Secondary Ten Pin
Thursday 14thHertfordshireWodson Leisure CentreHertforshire Multi- Sport
Thursday 14thNationalStoke MandevilleSpecial Schools National Primary Finals
Friday 15th SuffolkRed Oak Primary LowestoftActive Learning Trust KS2
Monday 18thTees ValleyQueens Campus ThornabyTees Valley Xtend
Monday 18th ShropshireShrewsbury Sports VillageShropshire Primary Panathlon
Monday 18th East YorkshireBridlington ForumPrimary Ten Pin
Tuesday 19thAvon and SomersetUniversity of the West of EnglandBristol Primary
Tuesday 19thLondonWembley Stadium PowerleaguePlate Finals: 3rd & 4th Place from First Round
Tuesday 19thCheshirePriestley CollegeCheshire Primary - comp 1
Tuesday 19thTyne & WearRiverside SunderlandWanderers Prim & Sec Ten Pin
Wednesday 20thNorth WalesLlandrillo CollegeNorth Wales Primary
Wednesday 20thTees ValleyRiverside SunderlandTen Pin Primary
Wednesday 20th LondonHammersith & FulhamPrimary
Thursday 21stCheshirePriestley CollegeCheshire Primary - comp 2
Thursday 21stNorthumberlandMorpeth Leisure CentrePrimary
Friday 22ndEssexColumbus School & CollegeEssex Pan Boccia
Friday 22ndSW SuffolkSamual WardU11 Primary Boccia
Monday 25thMerseysideGreenbank Sports AcademyWheelchair Basketball
Monday 25thBirminghamNechells Wellbeing CentreBirmingham Multi-Sport
Monday 25thBirminghamNechells Wellbeing CentreBirmingham Primary
Monday 25thBirminghamPaget SchoolPaget Primary PM
Tuesday 26thLondonWembley Stadium PowerleagueChampions Finals: 1st & 2nd Place from First Round
Tuesday 26thAvon and SomersetUniversity of the West of EnglandBristol Xtend
Tuesday 26thLondonBarnet TBCBarnet Bar One
Tuesday 26thNationalAquatics CentreNational u14 Finals
Tuesday 26thNationalAquatics CentreNational Special Schools Final
Wednesday 27thLondonBarnet TBCBarnet Bar One
Wednesday 27thLondonDrapers SchoolHavering Secondary
Wednesday 27th LondonQueensbridge leisureHackney Primary
Wednesday 27thLondonWandsworth TBCBoccia England Schools Boccia Programme
Thursday 28thSuffolkLowestoft Ten PinActive Learning Trust Ten Pin
Thursday 28thGreater ManchesterLiitle Lever SecondaryBolton Primary
Friday 29thGreater ManchesterSt James' SchBolton Xtend
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November   
Friday 1stSW SuffolkThomas Gainsborough SchoolPrimary Panathlon Training
Monday 4thLondonBroomfield SchoolWestlea Multi-Sport Training
Tuesday 5thLondonHackney Queensbridge Sports CentreVI training Staff
Friday 15thLondonSurrey Sports ParkSurrey Teacher Training
Friday 15thSurreySurrey Sports ParkSurrey Teacher Training
Wednesday 20th TBCLondonEvelyn Grace AcademyTraining - Multi-Sport
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Kent Final

TEAMBocciaTable CricketKurlingPolybatAthletics FieldAthletics RacesTOTALPlacings
Canterbury101088104501st
Sheppey & Sittingbourne8810448422nd
Gravesham46410610403rd
Ashford646686364th
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  • 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.

    Kate Hoey, MP and Commissioner for Sport for the Mayor of London
  • For schools to come together like this is great, you don’t get that luxury very often. Social skills are some of the most important things we try and teach them at our school so to see them interact, celebrate when they win and shake hands at the end is spot on

    Liam Welch, teacher at Billing Brook School, Northampton
  • This is the first time I’ve played football here at Wembley. It’s inspiring. It’s good to take part, as tournaments like this aren’t normally for disabled kids.

    Cameron O’Connor, aged 12, Southwark
  • 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
  • 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!

    Zahra Naqvi, aged 13, Milton Keynes, Bucks, on meeting Panathlon patron Richard Chiassaro
  • Today was fun; I loved everything I did today. It was a great also meeting Paralympian gold medalist, Liz Johnson.

    Corey Black, Blackpool
  • You’ve got children here that don’t particularly gel very well and to walk away with the trophy as regional champions is a pretty awesome achievement. It’s a reward for teamwork.

    Jane Chave, PE teacher at Priory School, Bury, part of the Suffolk team to win the East Regional Final.
  • I’m the only pupil on the Panathlon team from my school, so it’s a great opportunity to have fun and meet other people.

    Jamie Keat, aged 10, Hammersmith & Fulham
  • Panathlon means everything to the kids. There’s nothing else for them where they can compete at sport, so it means the world to them. If it wasn’t for Panathlon they wouldn’t be competing.

    Janine Edwards, teaching assistant at Whitmore High School, Harrow
  • Panathlon for us is about getting the children out in the community, engaging with other people from different schools, competing, working on leadership and teamwork, but mostly just having fun.

    Dan O’Brien, teacher at Woodfield School, Brent
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