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

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TEXT GOES HERE Wonder Woman 1984

We’ve teamed up with DC to create Wonder Woman-inspired resources for schools and families

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TEXT GOES HERE After School Sport Club

Every weekday at 5pm until the end of term, we’re running a 30-minute online club for all children and young people.

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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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We're helping unlock the potential of young people through the power of PE, purposeful enrichment and positive wellbeing.

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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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Young people empowered to stand united against hate crime.

Young people empowered through sport to stand united and create social change

Thanks to funding from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government through the Faith, Race and Hate Crime Grant Scheme, national children’s charity the Youth Sport Trust will be leading a consortium of more than 30 organisations on Unified Action. The pilot will train 60 young leaders aged 14 to 25-year-old to understand how sport can help them to develop key life skills and stand united against all forms of hate crime.
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New Sport England strategy comes at a pivotal time

Sport England has today launched its 10-year strategy. Children's charity the Youth Sport Trust welcomes the launch of 'Uniting the Movement'.
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PE curriculum made virtual for the first time

Children’s charity the Youth Sport Trust (YST) has welcomed the decision to establish a virtual national curriculum for Physical Education (PE) in light of the decline in children’s activity levels and associated physical and mental wellbeing.
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Co-op Foundation #iwill grant to enable charity to bridge wellbeing gap for boys

UK children’s charity, the Youth Sport Trust, has received a grant of more than £63,300 from Co-op’s charity, the Co-op Foundation. The grant will be used to help boys transition to secondary school.
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Our impact

630,000

young people benefited from training and opportunities to participate in and lead high quality inclusive sport and play in 2018/19.

18,420

schools reached through our programmes in 2018/19.

94%

of young people taking part in one of our programmes said the experienced helped them develop at least one important life skill - communication, leadership or teamwork.

89%

of teachers said a YST programme had a positive impact on young people's health and wellbeing - improving either confidence, empathy or resilience.

77%

of teachers said they had seen at least one of the following positive benefits for pupils within school - attainment, attendance or behaviour.

26,771

adults trained in 2018/19 to support PE and school sport.