Summary and examples


We hope you find this activity useful. It should give your pupils a chance to talk about disability and what it is and how they can be more inclusive in their games, lessons and day to day activities. We have seen some amazing work come in from round the world including the United Arab Emirates, India and Ireland. Below you will find some examples of their work and some links to see more.

If you would like to share your pupil’s work with us, please get in touch with us at We would love to see it and share it with our community.


Below are examples of work done by mainstream students from Mexico, aged 14 & 15:

Below is work done by mainstream students in India:

A trio of pictures by a young person that show children helping and playing with their friends. Includes, one where children are helping to put leg braces on a friend and another where two able bodied children are playing ball with a child in a wheelchair.
A piece of paper which says: How can I assist friends with special needs?  1. A positive attitude and smiling face can make everyone feel more comfortable.  2. Be friendly.  3. Be encouraging.  4. Use praise whenever possible.  5. People rise to the occasion when the best is expected from them.  6. Always show respect to them  7. Use positive statement.     By D

Further help

If you would like to discuss some of the issues arising as a result of the exercise, or would like to ask for advice and ideas, visit our discussion area here: Forums about Access and Inclusion – WeCanAccess.

And don’t forget to share your students work with us at

We would love to see it and share it with our community.

WeCanAcccess Logo
Logo of WeCanAcccess
Scroll to Top