Taking place between the 2nd - 6th December, we have over 1480 spaces next week for you to give these 4 inclusive sports a go for both disabled and able-bodied students. Everyone is welcome to come to get involved with Inclusive Sport Week 2019. Check out what sessions you want to get involved in below.
Next week we want to celebrate the diversity of our student-athletes here at Newcastle and that sport is for everyone and give students the chance to play disability sport, with casual sessions in Boccia, Goalball, Sitting Volleyball and Visually Impaired Cricket. All of these give the chance for both disabled and able-bodied students to play together. We are holding non-stop sessions in all 4 sports throughout the entire week - with plenty of spaces for individuals or large groups to be able to take up a new inclusive sport for a bit of fun. Help us challenge perceptions of disability sport. Anyone is welcome to come along to our free sessions. Spread the word.
Throughout the week (2nd-6th December) there will be casual sport sessions in Boccia, Goalball, Sitting Volleyball and Visually Impaired Cricket taking place in the Sports Centre. There will be a quiet hour in the gym every day as well as the chance to play disability sports such as table cricket. To finish the week will be hosting a talk from the inspiring Clarke and Carrie Carlisle on Mental Health and there will be posters all around campus celebrating the diversity of our student-athletes.
For help and guidance on how we can support you in getting involved in sport at Newcastle, follow the link below.