Inclusive Tennis

Inclusive Tennis

Introducing truly inclusive tennis – for any child, any ability, any level, anywhere

Tennis is a fully inclusive sport. It can be adapted into different formats to enable young people with a range of disabilities to play and enjoy the game. If you’re a special school teacher, or teach disabled children in units or mainstream schools, we are here to help you get your pupils playing. We can provide free specialist training, as well as specially designed resources and equipment.

  • Free training with a three-hour Inclusive Tennis Teacher Course. The course is designed to give teachers working with disabled children the confidence and tools to deliver tennis to their pupils, even when working in a small space. It caters for a range of disabilities. Book onto a course now! 
  • Free resources with ideas on how to teach tennis skills and strokes to children with a range of disabilities. There’s also a guide to organising competitive activities, including advice on how to make sure everyone can take part and do well.
  • A free Inclusive Tennis Pack worth over £500 will go to each school with a teacher on our Inclusive Tennis Teacher Course. The pack includes 10 Mini Tennis rackets, 40 Mini Tennis balls, nets, and lots of colourful and tactile equipment (one per school per course, and only if your school has not previously received one).

To find out more about inclusive tennis, click here to view our Guide to Schools Tennis.

For ideas on activities to run as part of your tennis lessons, please download our Inclusive Tennis Activity Cards.