Did you know:
- UK school children are among the unhappiest in the world
- Just one in five young people in the UK are currently achieving the Chief Medical Officers’ recommendation of 60 active minutes per day.
But we are working to change that and we need your help.
About the Youth Sport Trust
We are a national charity working with schools, communities and families to help young people enjoy the life-changing benefits that come from sport and play. Our work builds their mental and physical wellbeing and equips them for adult life. Find out more about us.
We’d love you to join our network of parents by signing up to our #Together newsletter. We’ll send you three newsletters a year and three longer e-magazines full of resources, giveaways and information about how, together, we can support this generation of young people to thrive as the adults of tomorrow.
Read the latest edition of our e-magazine here.
If you have any questions about any of our work, please get in touch: [email protected].
To find out more about the exciting free to access programmes we offer in schools, click here.
Read about our range of resources aimed at parents and carers below, then click on any of the buttons on the right-hand side to get started.
Get Together Guide - a 13-page guide for parents on Play, Physical Education (PE), School Sport and Physical Activity. Including a back to basics guide, top tips and support.
Stay Active Staycation - a range of free activities and resources including Active Board Games, Garden Games, and Indoor Activities launched during the 2020 summer holidays to support families in lockdown. Wherever you are there’s something for everyone.
- Home learning activities - here you will find our free PE, physical activity, sport and wellbeing resources specifically designed to support with either remote teaching and/or home learning.
- Rediscover Your Summer Guide - a guide to fabulous, fun activities for the whole family.
To view full range of the products and resources offered by the Youth Sport Trust please click here.
To find out more about supporting the work of the charity please click here.