Reshaping Sport is a campaign designed to make sport as diverse, inclusive and accessible as possible for people of all abilities and identities. #ReshapingSport
What is Reshaping Sport?
Students, both postgrad and undergrad, continue to face barriers towards getting involved in sport. For some these may be the financial implications, the marginalisation of underrepresented groups, the overtly competitive nature that the word ‘sport’ seems to imply, or the perception that sport is only for the athletic. This campaign represents a collaboration with the University, Warwick SU and liberation groups, Warwick Sport and active leagues, and local sports communities in Coventry and Leamington to change the perception of sport, and to encourage our students to reshape sport to suit their needs.
Here's Warwick Wolverines debunking some myths about their sport!
Here's Warwick Devils debunking some myths about their sport!
How can I get involved?
Free for 1st year UGs and PGs, and does exactly what it says on the tin - just rock up and play! From floorball to rugby to ultimate frisbee...
A yoga class just for guys. Focus on developing strength, flexibility and balance.
Organised by the Tennis Centre on campus, there are classes to suit everyone, including wheelchair tennis classes.
A ladies only workout using pads, punch-bags and circuits. Get a full body workout and learn boxing techniques.
Brand new for 2017/18! Includes a half basketball court, 2 trampolines, swings, yoga area, 20m sprint, energy bikes and more!
Join the SU Woodland Walk every Thursday at 1pm, from SUHQ Reception!
Activators are a workforce of special volunteers who encourage everyone to get active every day! As an activator you support casual, inclusive and beginner friendly sports and activity sessions on campus.
If you're looking for something fun to do on campus or planning a little escape from work, the Sports Centre facilities have plenty to offer. View the facilities in more detail by clicking below.
Warwick Sport offers female-only swimming lessons (beginner and improver) as well as female-only pool sessions.
The Warwick Girls Can campaign aims to help women overcome the fear of judgement that prevents many women and girls from getting active, as well as the cultural assumptions about femininity that prevent women from engaging in sport and exercise.
Provides an opportunity for students and staff to connect with a group or buddy and get active together. Fill out the interest form and you'll be connected with someone who has similar interests!
Want to have the confidence to protect yourself in a vulnerable situation? Open to people of all abilities.
We are all Team Warwick - whether you play casually or compete for a Warwick club, or even head on over to cheer them on!
Perfect for anyone looking to discover campus in a sociable and inclusive way. Whatever your ability, there's a time and distance to suit you.
With 65 sports clubs there's something here for everyone, whatever level you want to play at!
Student parent? Finding time for sport difficult? Enjoy fun fitness for the whole family!
Contact Ellie Martin, the SU's Sports Officer for more information via firstname.lastname@example.org