Balls, Bells and Blindfolds.

Year 4 have been enjoying learning how to play Boccia over the last few weeks. Boccia is designed for athletes with high support needs. It is a target sport played indoors with soft leather balls and requires skill and tactical play. The children have begun to demonstrate those skills and referee their own games. Continuing the theme of experiencing sports modified for those with disabilities, this week sensory chime balls were introduced. Designed for people with hearing difficulties and visual impairments, the children quickly realised the importance of calm quiet game play. Clear, concise and specific instruction is required for these games to work.

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