Physical Education


This box aims to provide students with an introduction and insight into inclusive sport, from both a theoretical and practical perspective. It aims to educate young people on important key terms such as ‘inclusion’ and ‘disability’ alongside an awareness of the barriers to sport for some individuals.

The session also aims to provide young people with a brief history of the Paralympic games and the effect of the games on para-athletes. It then allows students to experience some of these sports themselves, exercising an inclusive environment and promoting sport for all.

This box also has links to the KS4 national curriculum.

Time Requirements

Approximately 1-1.5 hours including the theory lesson and one practical activity.

Activities can be individually selected for very short timeframes, but we would recommend completing the theory lesson, combined with 1-2 practical sessions so that students can experience inclusive sport.

Box Contents

Box Contents

USB stick/card


Practical session plan


Definition match up card packs


(Once you select your chosen practical activity, we will include the relevant equipment).

Classroom requirements:

A classroom with access to a smartboard is required for the theory lesson. Either a sports hall or outdoor facilities will be suitable for the practical session.

Terms and conditions of borrowing a box

Terms and Conditions

This document sets out the terms and conditions for schools utilising Loughborough University’s HE Unboxed programme. The following terms and conditions apply to all of the boxes within the HE Unboxed programme.

Allocated time per box:

In order to ensure we can reach as many schools as possible, schools may have an HE Unboxed activity on their premises for a maximum of two weeks at a time. By agreeing to these terms and conditions, schools agree to adhere to these timescales.

Boxes should be returned by the date agreed with the WP team. Unless alternative collection arrangements are made, the boxes are to be returned using the labels provided at the cost of the booking school. If for some reason the labels are missing – the box should be posted to the following address:

School and College Liaison Team

Student Recruitment, Marketing and Admissions

Hazlerigg Building

Loughborough University



LE11 3TU

Damaged or missing items:

Each box includes an equipment list required to successfully run the activity, if the box is found to be missing equipment, or if any of the equipment is found to be damaged, the WP team reserves the right to ask schools to cover the cost of replacements. 

Please note, that Items marked with an asterisk (*) are classed as consumables and do not need to be replenished by schools. 

Use of items:

All equipment provided through HE Unboxed has passed Loughborough University’s required safety checks, and where required, safety equipment has been provided. Therefore, Loughborough University is not responsible for any injuries that may occur whilst using the equipment within HE Unboxed activity.

The resources and materials provided should not be reproduced or redistributed beyond your own school without the permission of Loughborough University.

To help us ensure that as many schools as possible can access the resources in timely manner, schools booking boxes agree to return the box contents in the same state in which they were received.