International Mixed Ability Sports (IMAS)
What does it do?
A range of activities designed to be fun, healthy and encourage wellbeing through exercise, sport and membership, for individuals or groups in clubs or classes. Mixed Ability Sports in Bradford include Football, Cricket, Rugby, Rowing, Archery, Boxing (non-contact), Wheelchair Basketball, Tennis, Golf, Bowls, Dance and Swimming
Who is it for?
For people of all abilities and ages. Coaches are aware that many participants may have been inactive or face barriers to participation through inactivity, long term health problems or disability. Women or Men only groups/teams, Archery and Football. Rugby is full contact for males 17+ although there is provision for non-contact 'touch' rugby for juniors and women.
How do I access it?
Classes are open to all and run at various locations throughout the district. There is usually a sessional charge or membership fee.
An educational class for adults with intellectual impairment or for people on the autistic spectrum is available for those members who take up a Mixed Ability activity in the region. The organisation (International Mixed Ability Sports) exists to promote fully inclusive community activities and those members have the opportunity through this class to share their experiences and become part of the IMAS training team.
Sports activities are open to people of any ability or disability. The educational class is primarily to promote the Mixed Ability model and we require students to be members of Mixed Ability activities or clubs.
Apply directly through the contact email address or via the listed telephone number
Who to contact
Where to go
International Mixed Ability Sports
63 Nesfield Street
BD1 3ETView BD1 3ET on a map
- Needs Level
- With Specialist Support
- SEN Provision Type