Every Friday our “Crumlin Champs’ initiative takes place. Crumlin Champs is a weekly inclusive training session for children with additional needs aged 4-12 years old.
If you would like to get your child involved please email Laura at firstname.lastname@example.org for details on when and where the next training session is on. All equipment is provided and it is affordable.
So why not come along and see what being part of your local GAA club is all about!
If you can’t make it on Friday you can come to Pearse Park over the weekend to view any of our matches. We are actively recruiting players so if you or your children would like to get involved with Crumlin GAA, please contact our Games Promotion Officer Jason Perry at 085 838 3359.
Crumlin GAA is fully committed to the principles of inclusion and diversity at all levels.
Our aim: To offer an inclusive, diverse and welcoming environment for everyone.
Inclusion means people having a sense of belonging, of being comfortable in being part of something they value.
Diversity means being aware of accommodating and celebrating difference.
Inclusion and Diversity in many ways go together. Real inclusion reflects diversity, i.e. it aims to offer that sense of belonging to everyone, irrespective of gender, marital status, family status, sexual orientation, religion, age, race or minority community and/or disability.
We also aim to
- increase participation in GAA Games
- offer a fun, healthy, social outlet for all abilities to the games Connect or re-connect people with their local GAA club
- allow opportunities for everyone in the community to get involved.
- to allow all participants the opportunity to develop their skills and team play in a safe and control environment
More info from the GAA here: https://www.gaa.ie/nationalinclusionday
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