This past month, SportInspired joined forces with long-term partner UBS to give hundreds of children and young people the opportunity to thrive and have fun through sport.

Over 550 primary school children were in attendance from four local schools including Sebright, Lauriston School, Hoxton Gardens, Princess May, Debeauvoir, Halley House and Randall Cremer. 

The children were led by over 200 UBS volunteers and 30 secondary school students from The Bridge Academy who took on the role of 'Young Leaders' helping the children to stay motivated and have fun.  

Over the course of two Sports Festivals in May, hundreds of children were able to experience playing volleyball, boccia, taekwondo, wheelchair basketball, dance, and rugby. 

Sport Festivals are delivered to emphasise fun and encourage kids to try new sports while working together in teams. SportInspired is currently offering these programmes across the UK all summer and look forward to bringing our ‘Science of Fun’ philosophy to schools and children near you!

Students, what will you remember most about the festival?

Everything, because I love the UBS Games - Molly (Sebright)

How I tried, and it will be a day I'll never forget. - Deeni, aged 9 (Spruse)

The sports we did and the fun I had. - Adelaide, aged 9 (Sebright)

I will remember that I had so much fun and that I got to try new sports like wheelchair basketball. - Jaylen, aged 9 (Sebright)

Volunteers, what will you remember most about the festival?

Team spirit, meeting people from work, getting to speak with the kids and enjoying everyone having fun. - Emilia Radkiewicz

Brilliant experience - became a big kid for the day - THANK YOU! - Vikas Shori


To get involved with our programmes as a volunteer or partner reach out to our CEO directly at [email protected].

Special thanks go to UBS for the instrumental support and funding required to design and deliver the Sport Festivals and Leaders of Fun.