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The following findings were presented as part of our 2020 Impact Report - published in February 2021.

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TEXT GOES HERE Coronavirus Support

Here you will find free resources, guidance documents and practical examples of Coronavirus support.

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TEXT GOES HERE The FA Shooting Stars

Move like Elastigirl and jump like Mr Incredible with these new at home Incredibles themed games.

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TEXT GOES HERE Well Schools

Available now, powered by Youth Sport Trust and Bupa Foundation, your chance to put wellbeing at the heart of education.

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The Youth Sport Trust is a children's charity working to ensure every child enjoys the life-changing benefits that come from play and sport. We have more than 20 years of expertise in pioneering new ways of using sport to improve children's wellbeing and give them a brighter future.

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BLOG: This Girl Can…Create Change! on International Women’s Day and beyond

Wendy Taylor, Development Manager – Girls Active, blogs about the importance of the This Girl Can…Create Change! campaign.
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Open letter to children marks return to school

An open letter to children across the UK published today praises the resilience of a generation who have had their...
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BLOG: Giving a voice to young people with SEND as they return to school

Karen Erikson, Inclusion Lead at The Lakes School in Cumbria, a Youth Sport Trust Lead Inclusion School, discusses the importance of giving a voice to young people with SEND as schools return.
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Majority of parents say their children are less active than before lockdown

Ahead of schools’ return, our new research finds parents want to see young people active every day.
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Our impact

309,115

young people were given the opportunity to enjoy the life-changing benefits of sport and play through our programmes in 2019/20.

99,706

young people received training from our athlete mentors, coaches and networks, empowering them to lead and inspire their peers in 2019/20.

20,650

teachers, coaches and practitioners were trained by us to lead good quality, inclusive sport and Physical Education in 2019/20.

500,000

downloads of free activity resources, created as part of our response to the challenges of COVID-19 in 2019/20.

2 million

reached through National School Sport Week at Home, as we teamed up with Sky Sports on the UK-wide campaign in 2020.

837

school engaged in our Girls Active programme over the last five years.