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Can we level the playing field?

Elizabeth Morgan and Carina Taylor discuss ways of improving participation in sport for young people with disabilities

Be the best you can be

Three successful Paralympic athletes tell SEN Magazine how they use sport to inspire pupils with special needs

Funding available for grass roots disability sport

Organisations are being invited to apply for a share of £8 million of National Lottery funding to develop sporting opportunities for disabled people. Sport England...

Making London 2012 count

Special schools need to innovate if they are to realise the Paralympic ideals, says Trystan Williams

Capital gets disability sports clubs

Disability sports community clubs are being established across London to facilitate access to sport for those with disabilities and SEN. The clubs provide access...

The Paralympic inheritance

Last summer’s “legacy Games” promised much for disability sport. Alison Boulton looks at how reality is matching up to the hype

Carrying the torch

Nick Fuller looks at how young people with SEN and disabilities are engaging with the London 2012 Paralympic Games

Rolled gold: Tanni Grey-Thomson talks to SEN

A legend on the track and now a tireless campaigner for disability sport, Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson talks to SEN’s Peter Sutcliffe

Free school tickets for Paralympic World Cup

The BT Paralympic World Cup (BT PWC) will return to Manchester from 23 to 28 May. The biggest annual multi-sport competition for elite athletes...