Shape the future of PE and school sport with our national survey

We are committed to building a brighter future for all children and young people and as part of our mission to achieve this there are a number of important dates and activities over the coming months.
What's happening in the Summer Term 2016?

Before the end of the academic year there are a number of events and activities, as well as some important calls to action about accessing our programmes and training, that we would like to draw schools’ attention to. The below offers an overview of each item and more information can be found by clicking on one of the promotional items down the right hand side or the links included below.

YST National Survey: Power of PE 2015/16
Open from 16 May – 22 July 2016

The Power of PE 2015/16 national survey is now open to all schools in England. This is your chance to contribute to our collective voice on the power of PE, physical activity and school sport as a means to change young people’s lives for the better. The aim is to provide a national overview to schools, policy makers and other key stakeholders.

Every school that completes the full survey will receive a personalised report providing local and national benchmark data. Click here for more information and to complete the survey.

The Youth Sport Trust uses this important collaborative feedback to influence positive change.

Complete your survey

Sainsbury’s Active Kids Paralympic Challenge (AKPC)

AKPC aims to inspire young people to learn and take part in paralympic sports. This is delivered by Youth Sport Trust in partnership with Sainsbury’s and the British Paralympic Association. Schools that register receive free resources and challenges linked to inclusive sports: Athletics, Boccia, Goalball and Sitting Volleyball

For schools that sign up there is also opportunity to win fantastic prizes, including a trip to the Paralympic Games in Rio and an Inclusive Playground makeover.

Find out more

Summer term data collection survey
Open from 21 June – end of term 2016

The Youth Sport Trust would like to know what we have been delivering through our programmes so that we can celebrate the achievements of schools. This survey enables you to report back data on our programmes and provide feedback on your experiences.

This is your last opportunity to provide data on what you have delivered this academic year.

Data that is collected is used to help us to continue to improve and to maximise our reach to deliver our mission.

Schools have been sent an email with a unique link to their data collection survey

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