Pupils strike it lucky at Panathlon ten-pin bowling
The beaming smiles of 169 primary school children in Peterborough was all the evidence needed of ten-pin bowling’s many benefits as an inclusive sporting activity for SEND pupils.
Westfield beat the odds to clinch North West Ten-Pin trophy
Children with special needs from Westfield Primary School in Workington overcame the odds by winning Panathlon’s North West Regional Ten-Pin Bowling Final. There are limited opportunities for SEND children to…
Panathlon football events build towards London Finals climax
Panathlon’s London Football programme built towards its climax at Wembley on May 19 with two recent events – a ‘Higher Ability’ Finals and a Plate Final for schools knocked out in the first round.
Panathlon’s ‘priceless’ role in sustaining 2012 legacy
Panathlon plays a “priceless” role in sustaining the London 2012 legacy a decade after the Games, according to management staff at the Olympic and Paralympic venues.
Panathlon the springboard for Young Leaders’ priceless opportunity
Panathlon was the springboard for a lucky group of sixth-formers to get an amazing opportunity to train with the Great Britain diving team at the London 2012 Aquatics Centre. Pupils…
Panathlon gala helps ‘turn the tide’ of pupils’ wellbeing
Panathlon’s North London Primary Discovery swimming gala helped “turned the tide” of Covid’s negative impact on children’s wellbeing, according to school staff.
Return of competitive swimming “just what these kids need!”
Schools relished the return of “real competition” at Panathlon’s South East Regional Swimming Final, with the Aquatics Centre offering a spectacular stage to conquer anxieties, improve skills and exceed expectations.
Panathlon Primary Deaf Gala “worth its weight in gold”
Competing at the London 2012 Aquatics Centre was an opportunity “worth its weight in gold” for deaf children after two years of isolation and restriction, according to champions Mary Hare School.