Three primary schools show how they include all pupils in PE Three very different primary schools show how they set about including all their pupils in PE and school sport. Kings Avenue Primary School in Clapham, south London has a diverse intake of pupils with widely differing needs. It makes provision for all its pupils as a result of the thoughtful implementation of its inclusion ethos. Amongst the success stories at Kings Avenue is the ‘Russian Workout’ dance class, offered by a Russian dance tutor who trained in classical ballet.
The programme also features an innovative web-based scheme, the Virtual Athletics League. This enables pupils at Stoke St Gregory CE Primary School, a small and relatively isolated rural school, to compete against their peers elsewhere in the county. This enables the gifted and talented to be identified and challenged, whilst pupils of all abilities can compete against their own past performances and see proof of their progress. Halcon Community Primary School in Taunton is competing in the same league.