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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.

Information for parents and carers in Leeds

Help for Lead Professionals in Leeds

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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