GRANTS

MINIBUSES

Accessible transport is still a barrier for many special educational needs (SEN) schools but our specially-adapted minibuses are helping schools and organisations across the UK by providing their pupils with access to their local communities and a wide range of sporting and recreational activities. Getting out and about into the community not only teaches these young people how to behave in social settings outside school, it also helps to familiarise non-disabled people with disabled people and encourages them to think about building more inclusive communities.

MINIBUSES

Accessible transport is still a barrier for many special educational needs (SEN) schools but our specially-adapted minibuses are helping schools and organisations across the UK by providing their pupils with access to their local communities and a wide range of sporting and recreational activities. Getting out and about into the community not only teaches these young people how to behave in social settings outside school, it also helps to familiarise non-disabled people with disabled people and encourages them to think about building more inclusive communities.

PLAY AND
SENSORY EQUIPMENT

Play and sensory equipment facilities within SEN schools have been proven to have a positive impact on the physical, mental and emotional wellbeing of young disabled people while simultaneously providing a unique environment that improves interaction with staff and other pupils. Sensory equipment can make a huge difference to young people who struggle with communication and can help create positive coping mechanisms for neurodiverse young people who experience processing or behavioural issues.

PLAY AND
SENSORY EQUIPMENT

Play and sensory equipment facilities within SEN schools have been proven to have a positive impact on the physical, mental and emotional wellbeing of young disabled people while simultaneously providing a unique environment that improves interaction with staff and other pupils. Sensory equipment can make a huge difference to young people who struggle with communication and can help create positive coping mechanisms for neurodiverse young people who experience processing or behavioural issues.

SPORTS WHEELCHAIRS

We offer clubs (who can apply for up to five wheelchairs) and young individuals financial support to purchase starter sports wheelchairs, allowing young disabled people to regularly play, train and compete in sport at grassroots level. We have also supported Great Britain Wheelchair Rugby, British Wheelchair Basketball and Boccia England to expand and develop their youth engagement programmes.