Three Ways School

Three Ways School is a Special Needs Academy in Bath and NE Somerset offering a unique, stimulating learning environment to pupils with learning difficulties and disabilities aged 3-19. At Three Ways School we’re making a difference to young people with learning difficulties and disabilities every day. We want to do more, and we need your help.

Our students receive personalised care and support throughout the school day but it is extremely hard for them to access mainstream clubs and activities in the communities. The students at Three Ways need a higher level of specialist staff support to access activities and this makes the provision much more expensive than mainstream provision.

We receive government funding for core curriculum teaching, but that doesn’t cover ambitious extra projects.  However, we are determined not to let that stand in our way of giving our students access to new experiences, to developing passions and hobbies, to being part of a team and community– an opportunity this community deserve as much as any other school child.

Last year’s Try Games have allowed us to purchase three table tennis tables which will be used for indoor and outdoor table cricket, table tennis and a variety of other sports. These enable all students, with mobility or in wheelchairs to access a new sport and develop a new hobby, interest or skill.

The next Try Games aims to raise even more toward providing new facilities and access to activities for young people at Three Ways School.


£100 pays for specially trained staff for an after school club (We aim to run 10 clubs minimum per week)

£300 pays for a coach or club leader for a term (Boccia, Wheelchair basketball, Tai Quon Do, Football, Rugby, Art, Music Therapy, Forest School, Hair and Beauty and many others)

£500 pays for a fishing trip for a day with transport and equipment

£750 pays for an accessible sailing course for a class group

£1000 pays for a year’s accessible riding for a class group

£5,000 pays for rebound therapy (trampolining) for all those who cannot access trampolining otherwise

£10,000 pays for a Part-time Boccia coach, competition preparation and entry and transport and support staff for competitions for the school team for a year

£30,000 funds all after school and lunchtime clubs, staffing and equipment for a year