Wiltshire Police put their reputation on the line to take on the Swindon DSActive football team in a ‘friendly’ match at Wiltshire Police HQ.
As preparations for World Down Syndrome Day 2019 are well under way, the DSActive team thought we would take a look back at some of our highlights from 2019.
One of the newest elements to the DSActive programme is to offer our coach education workshop to National Governing Bodies who want to support more people with Down’s syndrome to participate in the sport they administer, World Snooker were the first to receive the workshop.
On 4 February, Queen’s Park Rangers Trust held a special event to mark the 10th anniversary of the foundation. The aims of the QPR Trust are to create opportunities, inspire people and help people fulfil their potential. The QPR Trust run different programmes across seven London boroughs. They run three DSActive football sessions across three […]
DSActive recently ran a tennis coach education workshop with the support of Tennis Shropshire and the LTA at Telford Tennis Centre.
This is a guest blog from our colleague at the Down’s Syndrome Association, Vinay.
A free event offering youngsters with Down’s syndrome the chance to try out a variety of sports is taking place in Devon in March…and it’s looking for participants. The Multi-Sports Festival will be held at Blundell’s School in Tiverton on Monday 4th March and participants of all ages and abilities are invited to take part. […]
DSActive is proud to announce that we have been approved to become a CIMSPA Skills Development Partner.
On a cold Friday night in Motspur Park, Fulham Badgers began their training session…but it was a special night for the Badgers as they hosted their annual match against Fulham Academy!
This is a guest blog from Ben. He takes part in DSActive sessions with Hale Tennis Club, Moorside Rangers and the Didsbury Runners. We’ll let him tell you a bit more about himself…