Our news and announcements page will be used to share the latest information and events about disability sport. Check here regularly, to keep up to date with what’s on offer from both the School Sport Unit and wider community.
If your sporting organisation has something to offer students with disability, please send our Disability Inclusion Officers the details so we can share with our website users.
RaceRunning is holding Come-and-Try days, once a month in Sydney, throughout 2021.
For more information and to register visit RaceRunning:
What is RaceRunning?
RaceRunning is an innovative sport for disabled people with impaired balance, including people with cerebral palsy, arthritis affected and amputee. RaceRunning gives disabled people who otherwise can only get around in an electric wheelchair, manual wheelchair or walker the ability to move by themselves. With a RaceRunner, even people with heavy disabilities may experience the feeling of running. It’s a Game Changer!
Variety Activate Inclusion Sport Days provide an opportunity for students with disability, to experience a variety of sports on one day. They are run in a similar format to the School Sport Unit's, Multi Sport Days, providing another chance for students to participate in sport and physical activity. For more information visit Activate Inclusion Sports Days.
Special Olympics Australia has a range of programs to promote inclusive sport in schools. The Inclusive Sport in Schools program improves the health and wellbeing outcomes of students with an intellectual disability and autism, through the delivery of inclusive sport and physical activity in a school setting. To learn more about the three program on offer visit Special Olympics', Inclusive Sport in Schools.