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Inclusive Activity Award for children's activity providers in Leeds

Scope has developed an Inclusive Activity Award (formerly the Inclusion Quality Mark) to:

  • help activity providers follow best practice in every aspect of their service
  • give parents and carers the confidence they need when choosing short breaks and activities.

Achieving the Scope's Inclusive Activity Award

We will:

  • meet you to discuss how inclusive you already are and how you want to improve
  • observe an activity session and talk to your staff about their confidence in meeting a disabled child’s needs
  • be your critical friend who helps you develop your policies, application forms, website and leaflets so your inclusive ethos is reflected in everything you do
  • give you access to free training and resources.

When you've successfully met the criterial for our Inclusive Activity Award we will give you:

  • a certificate and the Scope logo to use on your website and leaflets
  • ongoing support so you can keep meeting the standards for the activity award, including helping you update staff skills or collecting user feedback.

My son is now included in a sports club, and is having fun and gaining new skills and confidence.

Sara, Leeds

Contact Scope in Leeds

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