As a full day event, the children experience the workshops on a class by class basis, participating in five Paralympic events

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Aspire Sports Goalball

Goalball

Goalball is a specifically designed sport for visually impaired athletes. Children play in 3-a-side games wearing eye shades, aiming to score past the opposite team. The game is played by throwing a bell ball towards an opponent’s goal. The children will learn agility, skill and courage.

Obstacle Course

Friendship is a core Olympic value and children work closely with a friend to guide their blindfolded partner through a fun and challenging obstacle course. As well as using listening and communication skills, the children practise agility and balance to navigate around the course.

Aspire Sports Seated Volleyball

Seated Volleyball

Children aim to hit the ball over a net to the opposition’s court, while keeping their lower body on the floor at all times. The children will compete in 3-a-side matches in what is said to be one of the fastest, most dynamic games in the Paralympic programme.

Aspire Sports Seated Shooting

Seated Shooting

The ultimate test of accuracy and control! Shooting Para Sport has featured at every Paralympic Games since 1976. Children learn to use focus and controlled breathing to steady their hand and shoot soft darts at a target from a set distance.

Aspire Sports Boccia

Boccia

A precision sport in which children will aim to roll their balls as close to the target ball as possible. Boccia is a game of strategy, skill and determination.

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Key Stage ONE and TWO

Aspire Sports Seated Shooting

Seated Shooting

The ultimate test of accuracy and control! Shooting Para Sport has featured at every Paralympic Games since 1976. Children learn to use focus and controlled breathing to steady their hand and shoot soft darts at a target from a set distance.

Aspire Sports Boccia

Boccia

Related to bowls and petanque, children participate in this precision sport where they aim their balls towards the jack. Boccia is a game of strategy with children scoring points for each ball rolled closer to the jack than their opponents.

Aspire Sports Wheelchair Race

Wheelchair Race

A standout event in Paralympic athletics, children learn and experience wheelchair racing, understanding the skills required to power a wheelchair against an opponent. Who will join successful Paralympic athletes, Hannah Cockroft and David Weir in being victorious?

Aspire Sports Seated Volleyball

Seated Volleyball

Invented in 1965 as a rehabilitation sport for injured soldiers and first included in the 1980 Games, Seated Volleyball is one of the fastest, most dynamic sports at the Games. In a 3-a-side match, children hit the ball over a net to the opposition’s court, while keeping their lower body on the floor at all times.

Aspire Sports Goalball

Goalball

A team sport designed specifically for visually impaired athletes that became a Paralympic sport in 1976. Children play in 3-a-side matches wearing eye shades. They use a bell ball which is thrown or rolled at the opponent’s goal. Children test their ear-hand coordination as they use the sound of the bell to judge the position and movement of the ball.

All equipment, resources and activities are provided.

Activities provided are dependant upon hall space and weather conditions.

Aspire Sports Olympic Workshops Schedule

Timetable Example

A typical day at one of our Workshops

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