SEND

25
Feb
2020

25-02-2020 10:15 am -1:00 pm
Gloucester Academy
Gloucester Academy
Painswick Road, Gloucester GL4 6RN
TABLE TOP CRICKET COMPETITION (SEND PUPILS)

This event will run alongside the Seated Volleyball Competition on the same day.

The Teams
Teams of 6 players.

This competition is for boys and girls in Years 3, 4 & 5 all of whom have a Special Educational Need or Disability.

SEND competitions are aimed specifically at SEND students. There is an expectation that participants DO NOT compete for the school in any other non-SEND linked sport.  The emphasis should be on encouraging competition for ALL young people particularly those that do not usually get an opportunity to represent their school.

The Competition Format 
Each individual innings lasts for a maximum of two overs. Batsmen can get out in six different ways, including being bowled out or being "caught out" by hitting the ball near the symbolic fielders.

Runs are scored by hitting the ball into designated side panel areas for 2, 4 or 6 (maximum) runs. Wide balls are penalized with 4 runs to the batting team.

The bowler pre-sets the location of the bowling mechanism at the edge of the pitch.

The bowler loads the ball onto the release mechanism (spring or gravity controlled), whereupon the ball rolls towards the batsman.

The batsman has to pre-set the angle of the face of the bat shown and the location of the batting mechanism. He controls the power and timing of the shot in real time.

After hitting the bat, the ball may roll and rest in one of the marked run zones on the playing carpet (in which case the batsman obtains runs), or be channeled into the base of a fielder's statuette (in which case the batsman is deemed out caught).

The batsman could also be out bowled (inc. played on) or hit wicket. Wides and byes may also be scored.

Location address:
Sportshall
Gloucester Academy
Painswick Road
Gloucester
GL4 6RN

 

25
Feb
2020

25-02-2020 10:15 am -1:00 pm
Gloucester Academy
Gloucester Academy
Painswick Road, Gloucester GL4 6RN
SEATED VOLLEYBALL COMPETITION  (SEND PUPILS)

This event will run alongside the Table Top Cricket competition on the same day.

The Teams
This competition is for boys and girls in Years 3, 4 & 5 all of whom have a Special Educational Need or Disability.

Teams of 4 players with 6 in a squad.

SEND competitions are aimed specifically at SEND students. There is an expectation that participants DO NOT compete for the school in any other non-SEND linked sport.  The emphasis should be on encouraging competition for ALL young people particularly those that do not usually get an opportunity to represent their school.

The Competition Format
Teams aim to hit a ball over a net and land it within the opposition's court. Teams have three passes, to form an attacking play before the ball has to go over the net.

Sitting Volleyball requires players to maintain contact between their pelvis and the floor at all times.

The sport features a smaller court (10 mtrs by six mtrs) and a lower net compared to its Olympic counterpart.

As a result, Sitting Volleyball is faster than the Olympic indoor game. Another change from Olympic rules is that blocking of the serve is allowed.

The first team to 25 points wins a set. The first team to win three sets is the winner.

A maximum of five sets are played. If a match goes to a deciding fifth set, the first team to 15 points wins.

Location address:
Sportshall
Gloucester Academy
Painswick Road
Gloucester
GL4 6RN

03
Mar
2020

03-03-2020 9:30 am -12:00 pm
GL1
GL1
Gloucester GL1 1DT, UK
PANATHLON SWIMMING (SEND Pupils)

The Teams

This competition is for boys and girls from KS1 or KS2, all of whom have a Special Educational Need or Disability. Teams must be mixed and consist of 6-8 young people.

All participants will be supplied with a Panathlon Challenge t-shirt to compete in and keep – these will all be a different colour to represent their school team.

SEND competitions are aimed specifically at SEND students. There is an expectation that participants DO NOT compete for the school in any other non-SEND linked sport.  The emphasis should be on encouraging competition for ALL young people particularly those that do not usually get an opportunity to represent their school.

Festival Format
Each team should be made up of between 6 and 8 students with cognitive or physical disabilities from either KS1 or KS2.

All competing students must be able to swim 10mts with or without swimming aids and each student who competes for the team will be allocated points at the beginning of the competition based on their disability.
Please note the aim is to involve students who wouldn't normally get the chance to compete for their school.
Each team must include 2 swimmers capable of swimming 25m unaided
All races are mixed gender, age & disability
Note that there will be leaders in the water who can support students.

Event Lead
The Panathlon Challenge team is supporting the GSSN with the running of the event 
along with Ribston Hall leaders.

Location address:
Barton Pool
GL1 Leisure Centre
Bruton Way
Gloucester
GL1 1DT

12
Mar
2020

12-03-2020 9:30 am -2:30 pm
Gloucester Academy
Gloucester Academy
Painswick Road, Gloucester GL4 6RN
KS2 PANATHLON CHALLENGE (SEND)

There will be 2 sessions, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. Schools to advise preferred session by emailing bh-ssn@ribstonhall.gloucs.sch.uk

AM SESSION: Schools arrive: 9:30 Finish / schools depart 11:45
PM SESSION: Schools arrive: 12:15 Finish / schools depart: 14:15

Event Lead
The Panathlon Challenge team is supporting the GSSN with the running of the event.

The Teams
This competition is for boys and girls from KS2, all of whom have a Special Educational Need or Disability.
Teams must be mixed and consist of 8 young people.

All participants will be supplied with a Panathlon Challenge t-shirt to compete in and keep – these will all be a different colour to represent their school team.

SEND competitions are aimed specifically at SEND students. There is an expectation that participants DO NOT compete for the school in any other non-SEND linked sport.  The emphasis should be on encouraging competition for ALL young people particularly those that do not usually get an opportunity to represent their school.

Festival Format
This event is a series of skills stations based on inclusive sports such as Boccia, New Age Kurling, Football, and Table Cricket. Others include activities that are aimed at developing key fundamentals such as running, jumping, throwing and target-based games.

Each team must collect points from each activity station. Specific Panathlon Challenge Medals will be awarded for 1st Gold, 2nd Silver and 3rd Bronze (overall team). There are also participation medals for teams in 4th, 5th, and 6th... etc.

Qualification to Level 3
The top 2 teams will qualify for the Level 3 School Games in June.