When we teach them, we all learn

What would happen if we replaced the sports teachers with two elite paralympic athletes? In Teachers of Nonconformism, fourteen schoolchildren aged eight to twelve dispelled common myths and taboos about disability and adapted sports alongside Sara Andrés, a paralympic athlete, and Daniel Stix, a wheelchair basketball player.

An unforgettable experience which works to normalise disability from the ground up. One step closer to a future where tolerance and diversity are a given.

Sara Andrés, paralympic athlete and medal-winner

Sara Andrés, who has racked up three medals, surprised a group of children with an extra special sports class. In this experience, Sara and seven schoolchildren aged eight to twelve shared interesting facts about disability, details on adapted sports and values that go far beyond the realm of the sports world.

Daniel Stix, medal-winner and player on the Spanish national wheelchair basketball team

Daniel Stix hits the basketball courts once again, but this time he is facing the questions of seven schoolchildren on a youth basketball team The kids shared their doubts and sporting experience with the player in a session full of fun and values such as diversity, tolerance and the normalisation of disability.