Many children and young people across the UK will be missing out on their usual sport clubs. YST want to help all young people feel part of a club that helps them develop skills and learn something new. The Youth Sport Trust’s After School Sport Club is about much more than physical fitness. It will help children develop physical literacy and confidence to try lots of new sports, helping all children find a sport for them.
The free to access After School Sport Club will be led by YST Athlete Mentors from a variety of backgrounds, abilities and sports. Between January and March 2021, guest athletes from different National Governing Bodies (NGBs) of Sport will also help host the sessions.
Each week there will be a different focus, with Tuesdays introducing the basic theme and Thursdays involving a sport-specific session. Keep an eye on our social channels and this webpage to learn more about each week’s schedule.
Invasion games (e.g. netball and football), striking and fielding (e.g. cricket and rounders), gymnastic, dance, combat, net and wall (e.g. table tennis and badminton) and aquatic.
Archery is a fantastic sport that almost anyone can do. You could be the next Robin Hood or Olympian... Or you could come over and just have a wonderful time with other Archers. We laugh a lot... mostly at ourselves. Archery is easy to start, fun to continue and can take you almost anywhere. We have tournaments, fun and games, some of us are serious about it, some are more social-archers.
We enjoy the sunshine in the summer and the shelter of indoors in the winter.
Our sessions are straight forward and relaxing. Yet, they can challenge us to do better each time we come to Club. Our facilities allow us to shoot plenty of times per week, which can't be a bad thing, can it?
You will be part of a super Archery Club with over 100 members from all over Norfolk. The noble sport will leave you wanting to know more and eek out how you can improve at each session.
We are affiliated to Archery GB and have access to good advice for any particular needs.
We are an OnTarget Club and work closely with our Community.
Come and be part of Wymondham Archers... you'll love it.
Our newest club from September 2019 is based at the heart of Edgware at Burnt Oak Leisure Centre. Club Barnet is a 1 hour 30 minute multi-sports session with a host of sports that can be adapted to all abilities. Popular sports include Boccia, Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball and New Age Kurling.
Specialist taster sessions also take place in the club from time to time including gym based exercises, dance, golf and more.
Siblings are welcome to join in and parents and carers are encouraged to stay, watch and even take part! A café is also available on site.
All disabilities and impairments welcome.
Club Hounslow is based at Heston Community Sports Centre and really captivates the community feeling.
As one of our newer clubs, the members love the social side of the club! So if you fancy trying new sports and having a good chat we urge you to come along. Current Members at this club love basketball, badminton, table tennis and more, they also love to celebrate all special occasions from birthdays to holidays they’re always up for some fun!
Specialist taster sessions may also take place in the club from time to time including boxing, dance, golf, trampolining and more.
Siblings are welcome to join in and parents/carers are encouraged to stay, watch and even take part!
All disabilities and impairments welcome.
The sport is boxing and will be tailored to your need we also offer other advice on nutrition, personal exercises again tailored to what suits you.
It is a place to laugh, learn, make friends, and get fit.
Our door is open to everybody, come along and give it a go!
Whether you are a beginner to dance or have danced previously we have an inclusive dance class for you!
Tuesday's is our Integrated dance class aimed at both disabled and non disabled participants.
Friday's is our seated dance sessions aimed at those with mobility restrictions.
We are a friendly and welcoming dance community who enjoy dancing together in a fun and pressure-free environment. We cover all dance styles from ballet, waltz, samba to street dance, foxtrot and contemporary. All our classes are currently online so you can take part from anywhere in the country or the world!
Come and join us for a fun and social way to keep fit and healthy!
We welcome blind and partially sighted swimmers into our Learn-to-Swim programme and our squad training.
Aberdeen ASC is a swimming club based in Aberdeen. We provide swimming lessons to children from 4 years old. Once swimmers complete the learn to swim programme, there is the opportunity to progress to competitive swimming, fitness swimming and lifesaving.
At Aberdeen Indoor Bowling Club we welcome any type of disability to come along to our club and try out indoor bowling. As well as bowling you can get involved in the social side. Come along to our Coffee Shop or come in and have a nice meal in our restaurant, then relax in the club bar for a few drinks. The choice is yours. We have a small group of blind and partially blind players who meet each week for a fun game.
The mission of Achilles International is to empower people with all types of disabilities to participate in mainstream running events in order to promote personal achievement. While our programs focus on running, the truth is, running is simply the tool for accomplishing our main objective: to bring hope, inspiration and the joys of achievement to all. During Winter months, we hold sessions on a track at Paddington Recreation Ground and for the rest of the year, we meet in Hyde Park. All sessions are free of charge and suitable for all abilities. Guide runners are provided to all VI runners and a meet and greet is available from the underground station.