This survey has been designed to support you and your colleagues to understand where there are opportunities to further develop inclusive practices to increase the ability of students with disability to play sport in your school. To gain a broad picture of your schools inclusive sport we recommend several people fill out the survey.

This could include teaching staff, non-teaching staff and parents and carers of students with disability.

The survey has been designed incorporating work from Simplican et al'.s (2015) model of inclusion and Corazzo, M., & Dyer, J., A New Model for Inclusive Sports? An Evaluation of Participants Experience of Mixed Ability Rugby. Social Inclusion, 2017, Volume 5, Issue 2, Pages 130-140.


Definitions:
  • Participation - Playing and supporting in school.
  • Accessibility - Making a product, service, information or environment available to as many people as possible.
  • Disability - The interaction between attitudinal and environmental barriers that hinders a persons with impairments to reach their full potential and effective participation in society on an equal basis with others.
  • Inclusion - Students can access and fully participate in learning, alongside their similar-aged peers, supported by reasonable adjustments and teaching strategies tailored to meet their individual needs.

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* 1. Personal details

The information collected from this survey will form the report generated for your school. The report will only be sent to the individuals completing the survey and will be deidentified.
Inclusive Environment

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* 2. Group Dynamics – Do teachers at your school ensure all students with disability belong
in sport/PE activities?

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* 3. Sport Participation - What participation options in sport/PE would students
with disability be given at your school?

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* 4. Environmental accessibility – Are the school’s sporting facilities and equipment fully accessible from a physical environment perspective?

Interpersonal Relationships

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* 5. Personal Communication - Do teachers in your school appear confident in
communicating with students with disability?

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* 6. Role Involvement - Does your school have students with disability in sporting leadership roles?

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* 7. Have a voice - Do you think students with disability would have a valued voice at
your school?

Community Participation 

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* 8. Role models - Does your school ensure that students interact with sporting role models
with disability?

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* 9. Community Perception - How do you think your local community views disability
inclusion at your school?

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* 10. Sporting Club Linkages - Does your school have a relationship with local clubs that
creates an easy pathway for students with disability to progress to a
community sport of their choice?

Culture 
The seven values of culture are: 
Empathy

To understand or feel what another person is experiencing from within their frame of reference.

Fairness

Impartial and just treatment or behaviour without favouritism or discrimination.

Accountability

Do what you say you are going to do.

Curiosity
A desire to know or learn about something. To be inspired and find new paths.

Trust
The ability to be vulnerable, think well of others, believe they will deliver what’s required and develop systems and processes that ensure delivery.

Openness
Personal capacity to be innovative and change one’s behaviour accordingly. Seeing a problem and solving it.

Respect
A feeling of deep admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities, qualities, or achievements. Due regard for the feeling, wishes, or rights of others.

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* 11. Empathy - Do teachers at your school actively show they care for the
needs and achievements of all students with disability?

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* 12. Fairness – How often does your school evaluate the PE curriculum to ensure it is accessible for all students?

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* 13. Accountability - Does everyone in your school ‘walk the talk’ of diversity and inclusion?

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* 14. Curiosity - Do teachers proactively asks how students with disability
would like to be coached, developed and given feedback in sport/PE?

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* 15. Trust – My school ensures that students with disability feel comfortable and confident approaching teachers when faced with challenges?

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* 16. Openness – Are the teachers in your school open to new ideas on how
students with disability can participate in sport/PE?

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* 17. Respect – Do your teachers make decisions in sport/PE in
collaboration with students with disability?

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