Campaigns News

Who says? The new campaign calling time on negative perceptions

Who says it’s not a real sport if you have to adapt it? Who says disabled people aren’t competitive? A new exciting campaign from Activity Alliance is calling time on negative perceptions about disability, inclusion and sport and asks – who says? For far too long disabled people have faced misconceptions and presumptions on what […]

YST’s National School Sport Week

Youth Sport Trust (YST) and schools up and down the country are marking a week-long celebration of the power of Physical Education and school sport to improve young people’s wellbeing. YST National School Sport Week (NSSW) will inspire schools and supporters to use Physical Education and school sport much more intentionally to promote wellbeing and […]

ONLY 4% OF PARENTS WITH DISABLED CHILDREN SAY THEY RECEIVE THE RIGHT SUPPORT TO CARE FOR THEM SAFELY.

Disabled children and their families are missing out on vital care and support as a result of government cuts, the Disabled Children’s Partnership (DCP) has found. This is harming children and families’ physical and mental health, breaking parental relationships and causing children to needlessly miss out on school or college. Families of disabled children, backed […]

Volunteers’ Week 2019

Cerebral Palsy Sport will be celebrating the difference volunteers make to the charity and thanking them for all their time and dedication during this year’s Volunteers’ Week, which runs from 1-7 June.  Volunteering at Cerebral Palsy Sport can cover many different activities from being a sporting official to a trustee on the board, from educating […]

Make the NSPCC’s Positive Parents Promise

Ahead of Parents in Sport Week 2019 (October 7th – 13th), the NSPCC are asking parents to make a promise to their child to make sure they have safe and enjoyable experiences of sport. This annual national campaign looks to increase positive parental involvement in youth sport and, by doing so, improve the experiences of […]

Young Ambassador named amongst Sheffield’s most Inspirational Women

During March, International Women’s Day is recognised across the globe. On 8th March this year, Cerebral Palsy Sport shared stories from female participants at our events, and announced a new Young Sporting Ambassador to our team, Catriona Chung. Another Young Sporting Ambassador for Cerebral Palsy Sport, Ellie Simpson. was also recognised on this day, as […]

Young Sporting Ambassador announced on International Women’s Day

The 8th March 2019 marks International Women’s Day and we are taking the opportunity to celebrate and highlight the achievements of our female participants as well as the impact they have as role models for the next generation. Cerebral palsy is the single largest cause of childhood physical disability in the developed world and it is […]

Celebrating Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month 2019

March is Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month. It is an opportunity to celebrate, educate and help share some of the work that we do here at Cerebral Palsy Sport, and particularly the impact we have on peoples lives. Cerebral Palsy affects many people and is more common than some people realise. Around 2-2.5 in every 1000 […]

#BigThankYou on International Volunteer Day 2018

International Volunteer Day (IVD) on 5th December was designated by the United Nations in 1985 as an international observance day to celebrate the power and potential of volunteerism. Volunteering at Cerebral Palsy Sport can cover many different activities from being a sporting official to a trustee on the board, from educating to fundraising and we […]