New ‘Discovery’ galas meeting pupils’ post-lockdown needs
The re-introduction of Panathlon’s external swimming galas has been warmly welcomed by schools who are seeking to address issues of increasing concern for their pupils during the pandemic.
Panathlon leadership roles help Alfie through tough times
To celebrate International Day for People With Disabilities, we caught up with Alfie from Doucecroft Specialist Autism School in Colchester who has thrived as an athlete and leader through Panathlon events despite the adversity…
Riley’s resilience earns him Woodland Group Essex award
Riley Richards from Loughton has won Panathlon’s Woodland Group Essex Primary Outstanding Achievement award for showing resilience and determination through a very difficult time during the pandemic.
Knotty Ash and Dixons take Mersey deaf football titles
Panathlon brought together 43 deaf and hearing-impaired pupils from three Merseyside schools and four council boroughs last Thursday (November 18) for a football tournament at Greenbank Sports Academy.
It’s up for grabs now! Panathlon has special place in new Arsenal book
Dave Seager’s new book, Arsenal for Everyone: Embracing Diversity & Equality, has a special connection with Panathlon and a former Panathlon competitor in particular.