Virtual Panathlon ‘fabulous’ for SEN pupils across Essex
The Youth Sport Trust’s Inclusion Lead in Essex has heaped praise on the impact of Virtual Panathlon on disabled and SEN children during the pandemic – and is now focused on working with us to expand provision throughout the county as we emerge from lockdown.
Panathlon meets local need with disability tennis programme
Panathlon’s first ever disability tennis programme is the result of extensive collaboration and use of local expertise to meet the needs of disabled and SEN children.
Panathlon expands deaf programme with cricket partnership
Panathlon is set to expand its programme of sporting activity for deaf children by adding cricket to its growing roster of sports.
Doucecroft pupils revel in Panathlon’s positive impact
Doucecroft School in Colchester is a treasured member of the Panathlon family. In the last six years, we have become a “crucial piece of the jigsaw” in how they achieve their wonderful impact on pupils with autism and complex needs. Since their first…
Courageous Connor conquers fears to win Woodland award
Connor Fenn’s resilience and “remarkable progress” in PE, overcoming many hurdles on the way, have earned him Panathlon’s Essex Woodland Group Primary Special Recognition award. Throughout many difficulties, the nine-year-old…
Autistic archery prodigy Fin selected for GB squad
Fin Clark, the talented young archer supported by Panathlon, has been selected for the Great Britain junior squad and will compete for a place at the European Youth Championships in Bucharest.