Targeted Interventions

Our targeted interventions can help you address a specific issue in your school. Whether you're looking to tackle inclusion, gender equality, mental health, or any key group of young people, we have uniquely tailored programmes ready-made to support you. Pick any programme from the list below to find out more about how it works and how to access it.

Active in Mind

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Target group - Secondary schools

Active in Mind is designed to improve and prevent mental health issues in adolescence. It uses the evidence of what works to address stress and anxiety in young people, helps them build personal strategies for resilience and uses the power of peer mentoring through a trauma-informed approach.

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Boys Move

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Target group - Secondary schools, boys

Boys Move is a professional development programme designed to equip educators with the principles of how to use sport and play to address the mental health and behaviour issues of adolescent boys, improve their wellbeing, and engage them with school.

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Girls Active

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Target group - Primary, secondary schools, girls

Girls Active is our commitment to fostering girls' participation in PE, sport and physical activity. The programme aims to tackle the barriers girls experience and through cultivating a movement of girls and young women, empower them to take positive action through influencing, leading, and inspiring their peers.

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Set for Success

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Target group - Secondary schools

Set for Success is an intensive youth leadership initiative funded by the Wimbledon Foundation in partnership with Barclays and delivered by the Youth Sport Trust. It seeks to support young people at risk of becoming NEET (not in education, employment, or training) or otherwise not achieving their full potential.

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SEND Inclusion

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Target group - Young disabled pupils

Through our SEND Inclusion projects and programmes we work to increase and improve opportunities for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) to engage and participate in physical education and school.

Spearheaded by the Inclusion 2024 programme, we are working collaboratively with pupils, schools, expert practitioners and local / national partners to drive quality and accessibility of opportunities for SEND pupils to participate, engage and learn through PE and School Sport (PESS).

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Looking for something everyone can access?

We offer a set of core programmes specifically designed to improve the relationship between young people and physical activity. These programmes can be accessed by any school at any time.

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