Who said sports day couldn't go ahead this year?

John Harris, Paralympic athlete talking on zoom John Harris preparing to throw the discus in 1984

On Tuesday 14th July we held a virtual sports day with Paralympian, John Harris. John competed as a Paralympic thrower and held the world record for discus at the Stoke Mandeville 1984 Paralympic Summer Games. You can find out more about John and his Paralympic career here


Paralympic Heritage Sports Day for ages 6-11

This session was designed for young people to join in with some fun and engaging activities while learning more about John's sporting career and the history of the Paralympic Games. You can view and download the full resources and crafts activities from our virtual sports day below.

Paralympic Heritage Sports Day activities for home here
Paralympic Heritage Sports Day activities for schools here

Activity resources for Paralympic Heritage Sports Day from home Activity resources for Paralympic Heritage Sports Day from home Activity resources for Paralympic Heritage Sports Day from home Activity resources for Paralympic Heritage Sports Day from home Activity resources for Paralympic Heritage Sports Day from home

How to make your Paralympic Heritage Chatterbox


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