Disability Specific / Additional Support

Disability Specific / Additional Support

In a truly inclusive world differences in ethnicity, gender, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, education and religion are appreciated, valued, respected and supported.

Inclusive activities ensure that everyone is treated equally and fairly and that everyone has access to activities in a manner that is relevant and appropriate to them.

Inclusive activities

Fife Council is currently working on providing a comprehensive inclusive activity programme for children and young adults. We actively encourage the enrolment into our current classes and courses for all children and young adults. Should additional requirements be required, please contact the site for more information.

We also actively encourage customers to look into our Fifestyle Application process. Our Fifestyle cards offer customers discounts of up yo 50% on courses across all of our sites.

Inclusive sports

Fife Council works in partnership with Sports Scotland to provide a range of inclusive sporting activities for children and young adults. For more information on our sports sessions, please see below application form.

If you require information about disability sport opportunities across Fife for children, young people and adults of all ages and abilities, please contact a member of our Sports Development Team


Disability Sport Training Opportunities

Training for people who wish to learn more about disability sport is available via Active Fife, Disability Sport Fife and Scottish Disability Sport.  This training will enhance your skills, enabling you to successfully include individuals with a variety of impairments using the activity inclusion model.

If you require information about disability sport opportunities across Fife for children, young people and adults of all ages and abilities, please contact Sports Development on 01383 602393 and ask for Anna.