Shropshire Council

All-in Programme

The All-in activity programme is available to children who find it hard to use a standard activity (like cubs or brownies) but still want to enjoy sports, clubs, and activities with other children like them.

The All-in programme offers a range of clubs, activities, and groups where staff and facilities are equipped to support children/young people with additional needs and disabilities. In the past, these have ranged from trampolining clubs, swimming, horse riding, football training, youth groups, and activity day trips.

All providers must meet strict criteria to be awarded funding from us to support the running of these activities. This includes demonstrating suitable awareness of safeguarding, health and safety, and SEND awareness. These contracts are monitored regularly by a commissioning group that includes Shropshire Council staff, Parent Carer Forum representatives and Information Advice and Support Service (IASS).

News and updates

We provide updates by email using a subscription service. This includes things like notification of a new All-in activity programme, one-off events and other news relevant to you and your child so why not sign up now? All you need is your email address and its free!

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We produce a new programme two or three times a year, which we make available on this page, along with links to some of the most recent email newsletters that have been sent out (in case you've not registered for these yet). Take a look at our latest programme attached to the right hand side of this page.


To confirm that your child is eligible, please complete the online registration, which asks for the nature of your child’s disability or additional needs, and a description of the barriers they may have or would face in accessing mainstream services.

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Please note, online forms may timeout after about 15 minutes, so if it's taking you longer than this to complete please save the form, as unfortunately there's no warning that it's about to time out and you'll lose your content.

If you prefer, you can apply using:

Will my child need an assessment?

Generally, an assessment will not be required to access services, but one may be required if your child’s needs are more complex, such that it's necessary to consult other professionals involved in their care.

Once the completed ‘All In’ registration form has been submitted/returned, each child/young person will be sent their own ‘All-in’ membership card and number.

You can then start to book onto the opportunities using the membership number.