Disability Sport Roadshow
As an alternative to the road safety program, the Disability Sports Roadshow offers a talk to students on disability sport including the types of sports played in a wheelchair, the similarities/differences between wheelchair sport and the able-bodied equivalent, as well as some of the challenges of competing in sport with a disability and the positives.
This Roadhsow is tailored to the disability studies offered by schools as part of the PDHPE program and can include topics of your choice.
A game of wheelchair basketball is then played between the students to give them a taste of wheelchair sport.
Where? We’ll come to you! Just make sure you have access to a basketball court, multipurpose area, or quadrangle.
Session Size? We recommend maximum class size for each session is 30 students. This is to ensure all students have a turn of playing wheelchair basketball as we bring 12 basketball wheelchairs with us on the day.
If you have more than 30 students per session, please call to discuss other options for your school such as the road safety talk done in the morning to all students then each session can be dedicated to wheelchair basketball.
Total Session Time? Minimum booking to attend a school is 2 hours and we are happy to work in with your school timetable for session times.
Teacher supervision is compulsory at all times during the Roadshow.
Cost? A price list is detailed in the information sheet below.
Book your Roadshow today!
For further information on pricing and Roadshow availability please contact us on 02 9809 5260 or email email@example.com
Download information & booking forms for:
Sydney Information and Booking Form
Greater Sydney Information and Booking Form
Regional NSW Information and Booking Form
Sydney PCYC Information and Booking Form
Sydney is bordered by Waterfall, Rosemeadow, Camden, Penrith, Richmond, Cowan. All suburbs and towns outside this circle belong to the Regional NSW areas.