Frame fencing was originally developed to assist participants with Cerebral Palsy. It is a unique hybrid Fencing programme, designed by Our expert SEND Fencing coaches for people with disabilities that affect mobility.
Frame Fencing is a way of fencing that bridges the gap from wheelchair fencing and traditional able bodied fencing.
Our programme has been developed through research and evaluation of over 2 years of delivering fencing to disabled participants.
Frame fencing is an adapted version of the standing sport. It is ideal for participants who want to get out of their chairs and move around.
Not every participant who has a disability that affects their mobility wants to stay seated.
Frame Fencing uses specialist equipment and an adapted Piste to ensure a great fencing experience.
Our Programme has also been designed to assist as a therapy for Cerebral Palsy. Backed by our Therapy through fencing programme frame fencing develops core strength, coordination, muscle strength, self confidence, motor skills and mental resilience.
Our team of specialist coaches run sessions in our 4 All Inclusive Fencing Clubs.
We are also able to bring our programme to you
To find out how you can join our School network or community fencing programme Call James or Emma on 07802 223436.