A look at how King's Norton...
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In this programme, three schools demonstrate how they have succeeded in providing physical education opportunities appropriate to the needs of each of their students.
Beacon Hill in Ipswich is a special school that has evolved simple ways to make PE accessible for children with complex communication issues.
Hall Green School in Birmingham is a mainstream school with a number of wheelchair users amongst its students, and PE lessons have been adapted accordingly.
Students at Southfields Community College in south west London speak a total of 71 languages between them, with some pupils hailing from refugee families.
Whilst the school still offers traditional PE lessons, it also provides less obvious options so that all students can find a sport that appeals to them.
Part of the series: Get Physical (Secondary)
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