We offer 4 models that we can then tailor to your school’s needs. But all have our Rule No 1 “To have FUN!” at their core.  We use inclusive and adapted sports such as boccia, new age kurling, sitting volleyball, goalball and a new game, invented by our founder, sitting netball.


Introducing students to inclusive sports

We inspire children of all ages to challenge their assumptions, to persevere, to give sports and activities they have never tried before a real go, and not to give up if they ‘fail’ first time – to understand they can’t do it….YET!

We usually start from the suggestion we will run a series of games in a carousel for a year group (2 classes maximum) depending on space and budget, for about an hour each.  Four year groups – usually Yrs 3, 4, 5 and 6 – can be accommodated in a day, following a whole school assembly with John Willis.


Immersing secondary students in a SEND school

We take a group – usually 20-30 of Y 8s, 9s, or 10s – into a special needs school, to play inclusive sports with the disabled students.

We like a ratio of about 2:1 to support the special needs students and we flex the morning (usually 9:30-12:00) to suit the schools’ needs.

The feedback has been remarkable!


Teaching students to lead inclusive sports

We teach older students (whether in Y6, Y8, Y9 or above) how to lead one of our PowerHouseGames. They then do just that with younger pupils, either from the same or a different school.

They learn how to teach, develop their leadership skills and build their confidence.

Joint Schools

Bringing together schools to play inclusive sports

Built on the success of our University PowerHouseGames, this model encourages a school – it can be any type, so long as they have suitably sized facilities – to host a PowerHouseGames with other schools. These can include a related junior or prep school, but must include a special needs school to get the most out of the day. Ten or twelve teams of six, including an adult (parent or teacher) works well, but these PowerHouseGames can easily be flexed to fit the needs of the schools involved. Usually five or six sports/activities are played in a carousel.


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We work with University Clubs and Societies to host PowerHouseGames. Click to see how it works

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Local clubs, library-based exercise sessions, PowerHouseGames are flexible enough for any community group!

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Please contact us to find out more and talk through how we can help you launch your very own PowerHouseGames!