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This evaluation assessed Project Ability, an initiative which aims to increase opportunities for young people with SEND to participate and progress in and through PE and school sport and enhance the skills and confidence of the school sport workforce.
This research assessed the impact of Project Ability on young people’s engagement in PE, leadership and advocacy roles and on teachers’ confidence and competence to deliver inclusive practice. The research incorporated bespoke surveys, site visits, focus groups and interviews, with the provision of a participant storyboard activity to enhance engagement and showcase achievements.
Date: 2016 - March 2017
Client: Youth Sport Trust
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