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Able and Active
boccia, goalball and wheelchair sports to mainstream sports such as football, basketball

8 years and above
Location and access
Sirius academy sports centre,
296 Anlaby Park Rd S,

Winifred Holtby Academy
Midmere Avenue
Leads Road

Access to this service
Self referral - Please ring the Tigers Trust office on 01482 304758 for further information and booking
Parental consent forms will need to be filled in on the first session attending
Who this service is for
We cater for all different disabilities 
Yes your child will need to be diagnosed with a disability  
Parent and sibling involvement
Parents do not need to stay but are welcomed to stay if they want
Training acquired to support children and young people with SEND and their families
All staff have qualification in sports from disability sports
All staff and volunteers have to have an advance CRB and safeguarding certificate and have regular training.

Opening times
Mondays (excluding bank holidays) 5pm till 7pm at Sirius Academy 
Wednesdays 4 till 6pm at Winifred Holtby Academy 
Cost of service and payment options
First session is free then £2 per session, per person there after
Contact information
Tigers Trust
•    Tel: (01482) 358371
•    Email: adam.newton@tigerstrust.co.uk
•    Website: www.tigerstrust.co.uk/ableandactive
Contacts for comments, compliments and complaints
Adam Newton club coordinator
Marc Leddingham Tigers Trust assistant manager
Tel: (01482) 304758
General information
Able and active have 3 main outcomes that are key for children and young people disabilities

1. Fitness; the participants will take part in a wide range of sports from mainstream sports such as football, tennis to disability specific sports such as wheelchair basketball and goalball. This will lead to the participants taking part in at least 2 hours of sporting activity a week and also showing them a wide range of sports that they could attend away from the club

2.Socal/friendships; as many of the activities we play are team games this would lead to team building then on to friendship building as many of the qualities are the same in both instances such as listening, communication, honesty.

3. Independence; By being left at the club by their parents/carers they gain confidence eventually wanting to be team captains and play bigger roles. The club also gives the participants freedom as to what sports they want to do and they are able if they wish to explain the sports to the rest of the group thereby giving them more confidence in groups which they can use outside of the club.

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Page last updated: Wednesday, 16 August 2017