Recommended age group: 5-11
Time required: Activities perfect to be used in isolation for quick 15-minute PE activities or to be used across a 6-week period to develop children’s physical skills.
Equipment: Generic PE equipment (balls, bean bags, hoops etc) At home substitutes listed for all equipment.
Path to Paris is the official youth engagement programme for the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
An amazing way for young people to get active and embark on a virtual journey all around the world. The gamified journey is full of surprise challenges, messages from our Team GB and ParalympicsGB athletes and opportunities to win loads of prizes. Find out more.
Use the SEND Skills Builder activity guides (Travel, Balance and Control) to get active with your pupils whatever their ability.
The Celebrate Your Ability activity sheets allow students to take ownership and pride in their abilities as they acknowledge their own achievements and progression. Use the Active Me activity sheet to celebrate what things they can already do, this is a great starter activity. As you complete each of the SEND Skills Builder activity guides pupils can log their progress using the I Discovered activity sheet.
The SEND Inclusive Tips provides teachers and community group leaders with the information and confidence to support all young people to get active.
Use this pack alongside the Build your Skills resources to support young people with any special educational needs or disabilities to active with their peers, at school, at home or in a community group setting.
What are you waiting for? Download the free resources below and be inspired to get moving!
Don't forget to log all your activity to your Path to Paris team to power your way to Paris.
Take it further
- Use the Assembly Introduction and Athlete Warm Up video to introduce Path to Paris to your school or community group.
- Check out your Travel Guide, full of cross-curricula activities for your class!
- Watch our Magic Moments to help your pupils get active, have fun, and reach their potential.
Why not watch our Celebrate your Ability film to hear directly from Olympic and Paralympic athletes who overcame their own barriers to celebrate their abilities.