I am posting on behalf of my husband who lectures in Public Services. He has a student(FE college) who was 'withdrawn' from a sports course and moved to Public Services, without knowing all the details, I believe this was down to his physical capabilities. In Public Services, there are units that require physical assessment, such as expedition, which for a CS student in a wheelchair, somewhat limits the options for the whole class(hill walks not an option one would assume?). As my husband has had very little guidance on including the CF student (only advice is along the lines of 'he shouldn't be on this course' -beggars belief!) and as he is still technically a trainee teacher, we were hoping somebody here can offer further advice on including this student in more apporopriate ways. My husband will be looking into CF further for any specific exercises etc but would find it a great help if anybody can advise how they have included physically impaired students in physical lessons? I have terrible visions of this student alone at the side of a room while the class performs circuits and all this student has is some measly hand weights! Or perhaps inclusivity can only go as far as our capabilities and this is the norm with such students? Also wondering if assessment boards offer alternative assessment for students who cannot complete physical activities for medical reasons?