Independent research has proven the massive impact that Panathlon has on young people’s lives
of schools said Panathlon had enabled children’s first ever experience of competitive sport
said Panathlon provides an appropriate structure and event pathway
of schools said they have increased sports provision as a result of participating
reported increased self-esteem in competitors
Today has really inspired the children to want to carry on swimming. They feel super proud knowing that they did the best for themselves but also their team. The feeling of, ‘Are we actually here and doing it ?’ resonated through everyone.
Towers Junior School, Havering.
This is the highlight of the year for us. Football at Wembley? It doesn’t get much better than that. Our kids love it.
Chris Chapman, PE teacher at Cricket Green School, Merton
The Panathlon equipment is now so embedded in our school that our children are very familiar and comfortable with all the activities, which are so suited and beneficial to them. It’s most certainly PE premium well spent and shows Panathlon’s ripple effect at participating schools.
Albert Pye School
They loved trying out lots of different fun activities, working together as a team with all the other schools. They felt very proud to be representing our school and being awarded a medal to show everyone.
Mitcheldean Primary School, Glos
Primary Panathlon sounded like the perfect way of allowing the primary age to play sport in a team and most importantly, where they could be involved in everything. The school now has it as a central part of its PE and lunchtime sports clubs now exist for the younger children.
William Bellamy School, Barking & Dagenham, London