Our research found there were disabled students in some mainstream schools in the North East who felt they did not get equal treatment in their PE lessons.
However, others felt they have a good experience, like Jolene Duggleby.
A number of coaches and pupils have spoken of shocking examples of mainstream schools in the North East failing children, because they have a disability.
Dave Johnson, the Olympic Legacy Development Officer at Newcastle Council, watched our report and said there was still work to do.
Some disabled children have been left out of PE and excluded from sports events, because there are teachers who think it is too much trouble to include them.
A number of coaches and pupils said there were still shocking examples of mainstream schools in the North East failing children, because they have a disability.
At 22, Dan Blake is a national powerchair football player. However, he said his experience in a mainstream school almost put him off sport altogether.
Two of our Paralympic footballers are leaving together for their training camp. Lee Brunton and Dan English are both in Great Britain's blind football squad.
Lee Brunton from North Shields is part of Great Britain's blind football squad for the Paralympic Games. As he left for training camp, he said he was living his dream.