Kin Ball in School
Regardless of ability you have equal involvement
Unique method of engagement for physical activity
Suitable for players with disabilities
Girls & boys can play on the same team
Instils cooperation, team spirit and leadership
Can be played in or outdoors
Sport for KS 2 upwards / range of inclusive games from foundation stage
Suitable for those who don’t like conventional sports
No team can dominate, all have an equal chance
No special skills required
Over 100 squat lunges carried out in any one game
Helps develop sportsmanship & honesty
Kinball for primary schools is fantastic, the ball is so unique it engages pupils straight away. Our range of games and schemes of work provide levels of high activity for every age group. at foundation and KS 1 there are a multitude of games and physical active’s you can do with the ball. At KS 2 we recommend you start to play the sport of Kin-Ball as well as other games.
Kin-Ball is perfect for inclusion. Where other sports enable or exclude the individual because of size and ability. Kin-Ball is for everyone and the team can only achieve successes when they work together.
Traditional sports can polarise a PE or games lesson, there are many barriers to PE. Kin-Ball can overcome those barriers and your school can have full involvement in your PE lessons. Book a CDP training event for your school, order a starter pack and your good to go.
Kin-Ball is for EVEYONE. The games and sport can be adapted in many ways to suite all abilities. Having introduced Kin-Ball to many SEND schools, every school so far has been astounded by the results and the effect it has on their children.
Kin-Ball is a game that can be played by a wide range of abilities at the same time. ‘It’s the most inclusive game I have ever seen’ (Claire Povlotski SGO)
School games organisers
If you are school games organiser, we want to work with you on setting up completions in your area. we have had great success running school competitions in conjunction with SGOs and see it at a fantastic method in getting more schools playing kin-ball.