The Youth Sport Trust launches new website

Leading PE, school sport and physical activity charity, the Youth Sport Trust, is delighted to be able to announce that its new website is now live.

Leading PE, school sport and physical activity charity, the Youth Sport Trust, is delighted to be able to announce that its new website is now live.

Phil Chamberlain, External Relations Director at the Youth Sport Trust: “We are committed to building a brighter future for young people through the power of PE and sport. An important part of achieving our mission is to be able to share knowledge withj schools, partner agencies and key individuals across the sectors we work in. It is therefore imperative that we are able to offer a high quality online experience for all of our stakeholders. We have worked tirelessly to develop a website that better enables us to do this.”

The website project involved considerable consultation with schools and other partners to help plan the best possible user journeys, before development could begin. The end result is a site that has been designed with the modern day handheld device in mind, but one that the Youth Sport Trust believes will offer the highest quality of information that is easy to access.

The charity is also excited to be able to offer schools a new membership area with personalised dashboard to help them maximise the benefits they get from the Youth Sport Trust Membership.

Phil concludes: “Going forward we will be working to continually improve the quality of information we provide. I am confident our new website will maximise our reach and enable us to share best practice in the interests of all young people, who are at the heart of everything we do.”

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