"Sport has the power to change the world. It has the power to inspire. It has the power to unite people in a way that little else does. It speaks to youth in a language they understand. Sport can create hope where once there was only despair."
At Tuition we utilise an inclusive approach to sport and activity so that pupils with sensory issues who have previously struggled with the intensity of mainstream PE are able to realise the benefits of sport. We encourage participation in a range of differentiated activities to support young people to interact with their peers and adopt a healthy lifestyle.
"I enjoyed archery because it was fun and there wasn’t pressure to get an amazing score. It was exciting and enjoyable and I felt like I could join in without being laughed at."
"It was amazing and really fun; it was a great way to relieve stress and anxiety. I felt really proud when my arrow hit the target."
"The gym is good for mental and physical health because its making your self-esteem go up. It can also help with your social anxiety. I go to the gym twice a week and I find it fun and something to do when I’m not feeling right and I’ve even been inspired to get weights and a pull up bar."
"The gym is a great way to get into fitness and to be healthier. Also because there are people from school and friends there with you, it motivates you and helps you if you don’t know what to do."
"Sports day is a great way of making new friends and getting to know people better outside of school. It’s also great for fitness and to get fresh air."