What is Playground to Podium?
Playground to Podium is a series of targeted interventions aimed at helping young disabled people progress from PE and community sport to high-level performance and competition.
What is the aim of Playground to Poduim?
To produce our next Paralympians and elite disabled athletes, by focusing on the identification, development and support of young disabled people. However, it’s essential that all young disabled people get the chance to take part in high-quality sports provision.
Who is Playground to Poduim aimed at?
Young disabled people from mainstream and special schools (KS 2&3 Aquatics / KS 3&4 Dry-side) who are eligible for disability sport classification. There are four groups of athletes::
• Physically impaired athletes
• Blind or visually impaired athletes
• Deaf or hearing impaired athletes).
• Athletes with a general intellectual/learning disability (with an IQ less than 75)/>
Click here to download more information about Playground to Podium
County Athlete Assessment Days
A number of CSP run County Athlete Assessmnet Days (CAAD) as part of the wider Playground to Podium initiative.
For more information on the sucessful CAAD organised by South Yorkshire Sport Partnership click here
For more information on the sucessful CAAD organised by Cheshire and Warringtons Sports Partnership click here