Erasmus+ Sport Project

Active Park


About the project

The project »Active Park« goal is to increase the level of physical activity of children with special needs in primary schools. The project promotes popularization of grassroot sports and physical activities for children with special needs offering them equal opportunity in sport. Children with special needs often could not engage in many sports due to their physical limitations. The project encourages social inclusion and equal opportunities, which is the main aim of the project, while the parallel aim is to promote sport activities in nature. The project is focused on using existing facilities in local environments that will be used for implementation of the sport events “Active Park” (parks, playgrounds, sports parks, open fields, etc.), revitalized them.

Start the outdoor training program

Try the Free Developed Sport Program Active Park?


The project »Active Park« was enabled through a grant program from the Erasmus+ Program. Which enabled us to obtain partial funding for the realization of this project. We also thank all the volunteers from sport organizations who participated in the implementation of the project. Members of society have helped us in establishing relationships with companies and the analysis that has identified the most appropriate training program.

It's time to get active

If you are looking for some ideas about “how to motivate children to do more sport activities”, you can download the prepared best practice from partner countries. You can also use the prepared “Active Park Sport Program” and try some of the sports/exercises.

“You have to follow your dreams, don’t give up. Disability does not mean you can’t do anything, you still have ability. ”

Matt Crossen – Football 7-A-Side

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