Free Resources

YST Free Resources
Whether you’re a teacher in school, teaching remotely, or a parent or carer supporting home learning, here you will find our free PE, physical activity, sport and wellbeing resources.

Primary

Primary PE resources to support in-school and remote learning for teachers and home-schooling parents or carers of primary school children.

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Secondary

PE resources to support in-school and remote learning for teachers and home-schooling parents or carers of primary school children.

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SEND / Alternative Provision

PE resources to support in-school and remote learning for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) or those attending Alternative Provision schools.

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60 Second Challenges

A fun ‘compete against yourself’ approach to physical activity with a focus on resilience and perseverance and the aim to achieve bronze, silver or gold medal targets.

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Wonder Woman 1984

These fun free activities for schools and families will help young people develop skills using the power of sport.

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Shift in school day boosts after-school sports clubs

After School Sport Club

Join our 30-minute online club on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5pm for all children and young people to do some sport, develop skills and have fun!

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School Games

Find lots of free activities to get involved in on the School Games website, including the video-based School Games Active Championships.

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Girls' Football Resources (Schools Only)

Support, practical resources and useful information to develop girls' football provision in your school from FA girls’ football school partnerships – supported by Barclays.

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Family Activities

Activities, games and challenges for all the family, including our exciting Wonder Woman-inspired resource for families and Elements resource for families with children with PMLD.

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Partner Resources

We partner with some incredible organisations who passionately believe in the power of sport and being active. They’re providing exciting free resources to use both in school and at home.

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Active in Mind

This programme uses psycho-social tools, stress-busting strategies, peer mentoring and physical activity to support young people experiencing mental wellbeing issues.

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Well Schools

Share, collaborate and find support from other school staff to place wellbeing at the heart of education.

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Bupa Foundation

A range of wellbeing resources and best practice specifically for education staff from Bupa Foundation.

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