Win big with the Sporting Chance Prize Draw!

The Sporting Chance Prize Draw is now open! You can win amazing prizes while enhancing the lives of disabled children and young people. Play your part and get involved: Between 1-15 March, visit our bespoke page: Make your donation Winners will be chosen on 18 March. 100% of donations go to charity, so every penny will […]

We’re celebrating the Paralympics!

We’re celebrating the year of the Paris Paralympics! 🥇 Starting with our Tower Hamlets Paralympic celebration holiday camp. The session takes place at Poplar Baths Leisure Centre, on Wednesday, February 14 from 10am-2pm. It’s for disabled children aged five to 11 years and their siblings and is booking up fast. Sign up here. Disability Sports […]

Inclusive Activity Leaders course offers free training

Are you passionate about disability sport? Then learn about it from the experts – for free! We have an incredible opportunity for aspiring coaches to upskill and gain coaching qualifications in this important field – thanks to our partnership with Nike. Our Inclusive Activity Leaders (IAL) programme trains disabled and non-disabled people side-by-side to break […]

Team London Bridge has Christmas wrapped up for Club Southwark

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Christmas has come early for members of Community Club Southwark! Our partners at Team London Bridge generously treated each member to early Christmas presents. Team London Bridge’s Gift Back campaign has run for 15 years, collecting gifts from local businesses before donating them to charities. This year, an incredible 1,745 gifts were collected from 26 […]

Sam on why it’s crucial disabled people can play sport

As part of our series marking the 10th anniversary of Disability Sports Coach (DSC), we asked Trustee Sam Vardy about why he joined our Board. Sam is a lawyer who loves sport. He told us that he wanted to match his passion for sport with his professional skills to do something worthwhile. “Sport brings so […]

Amber’s praise for caring and supportive coaches

At Disability Sports Coach, we often hear from parents and carers about how much of a difference our clubs make to the lives of their children. Amber is mum to Marley, who is non verbal. They both attended one of our inclusive holiday sports camps held at Poplar Leisure Centre in Tower Hamlets. The holiday […]

We are a Southwark Business Excellence Awards 2023 finalist!

We are thrilled to announce that Disability Sports Coach is a Southwark Business Excellence Awards 2023 finalist! It’s an absolute honour to have made the shortlist for such a prestigious award in the borough that is home to the Disability Sports Coach head office! We have made the final in the category of Best Charity, […]

Support our Christmas Appeal 2023

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Can you stop a child from being left out of sport this Christmas? A donation from you, however small, could make a life-changing difference to a disabled child who can’t join in with sports through no fault of their own. A child who has been left out of physical activity from a young age due […]

Our 5-year vision to enhance the lives of disabled people

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We outline our 5-year vision to enhance the lives of disabled people through the power of sport. We are pleased to share Enhancing Lives – our 2023-28 strategy to improve the physical and mental health of disabled people. The benefits of sport on physical and mental wellbeing are well-known. But, for disabled people, opportunities are […]

Debbie on the joys of coaching disability sport

Coach Debbie has worked for Disability Sports Coach for more than four years. Debbie was drawn to sports coaching as a teenager and started acquiring coaching badges while studying for her A levels. She followed up with a degree in Sports Rehabilitation and Sports Science, while gaining practical experience working with disabled young adults. Describing […]


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