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AoC Sport Inclusion Hub Relaunch

2nd December 2022

Ahead of International Day for Disabled People, AoC Sport is delighted to announce the chosen colleges to be part of the 2022/23 Inclusion Hub Programme.

The Inclusion Hub programme is aimed to support colleges to get students from underserved communities active and has previously engaged 1937 disabled students in sport and physical activity.

The chosen colleges and their focus can be found below:

College Their focus
Loughborough College Disabled students
Northumberland College Disabled students
Oaklands College Disabled students
Sense Disabled students
Blackburn College LGBTQ+ students
Bilborough College Students from ethnically diverse communities
Leyton Sixth Form College Students from ethnically diverse communities
Nelson & Colne College Group Students from ethnically diverse communities

“Being an AOC Inclusion Hub has already improved collaboration and helped to get more of our learners active. It has encouraged us to work with learners to have a greater say over their sport and physical activity provision. We are so pleased to be an Inclusion Hub again for this academic year and know that it will help us to achieve our aim of making sure all of our college learners are active on a regular basis.”

Chloe Brown, Sense Active, Sport and Physical Activity Coordinator (East)

Each college will receive funding to help engage students and an opportunity to share best practice and learnings in the monthly network calls. The colleges selected will also deliver a local development opportunity for other colleges in their surrounding area to take part in activity.

For more information on the Inclusion Hub programme, please contact