Adjustments in Physical Education for an EHCP

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Physical education (PE) is an important part of a child’s education, and it is important that all children have the opportunity to participate in PE, regardless of their abilities. If a child has an education, health and care plan (EHCP), their school is required to make reasonable adjustments to PE lessons so that the child can participate fully.


· All pupils with an EHCP must have access to high-quality physical education (PE). PE is an important part of a well-rounded education and can help pupils with SEND to develop their physical skills, confidence, and self-esteem.

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5 ways that a PE teacher can make adjustments for children with vulnerabilities

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There is no actual definition of a vulnerable child, but a government white paper suggests: “a child can be vulnerable to risks and poor outcomes because of individual characteristics; the impact of action or inaction by other people; and their physical and social environment”.

Below we look at 5 ways in which we can adjust for these children and help them to thrive within our P.E. lessons.

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