‘I want to say thanks for making me a good player, helping me go to school and out of trouble...
Tuesday 19th January 2016
Inspirational Volunteers Ken Floyde and CK Flash have their achievements recognised as they create a legacy of BMX, from one generation to the next in South London...
It’s been just over a month since the London School BMX Competition. Amar, the Ignite apprentice, gives his thoughts on the day and his first experience of a BMX competition!
Leading up to the Christmas break, the Ignite Team was busy delivering a 6 week BMX and Bike Maintence Course to the students of Swanlea School. Amar, Ignite’s Apprentice, gives an account of his experience at the school and his first outreach sessions with Access Sport!Leading up to the Christmas break, the Ignite Team was busy delivering a 6 week BMX and Bike Maintence Course to the students of Swanlea School.
Phoenix Arch is a primary school based in Brent, London. Many of the children and young people who attend this school have learning and behavioural difficulties.
Sport England have long emphasised the importance of young people having access to a variety of sports throughout their school life if they are to develop skills such as team building and confidence. However the reality appears to show that the number of sports undertaken frequently by young people is disappointingly low.
Amy Underdown from Table Tennis England tells us of her experience working with Access Sport at the Bristol Teanage Cancer Unit.
"I have been working with Access Sport for just over a year now, in that time I have seen just how vital the organisation is for people who aren’t able to access mainstream sport.
This November we have a new addition to our London Ignite Team, we have our new apprentice, Amar! Amar is joining us for a year, as part of the supporters club project (BT Sport).
Kick It Out is looking for people aged between 16-21 to join a new group that will advise the organisation on how to help promote the messages of equality and inclusion.
The Bristol Post Awards 2015
Young People from London Fire Brigade Hackney Fire Cadets help out at our Annual Fundraising Dinner – ‘A Question of Access Sport’
The London Fire Brigade Hackney Fire Cadets recently helped make our annual fundraising dinner a brilliant success, by generously donating their free time to greet our guests in style as they arrived at the Brewery, London…
Arsenal midfielder and BT Sport ambassador Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain took to the BMX track on Wednesday at Burgess Park, London as he helped launch a partnership between BT Sport’s charitable initiative The Supporters Club and Access Sport.