In this section it is possible to view our resource library, which is a collection of downloadable documents, presentations and films. All of which are designed to share our knowledge and understanding of how schools can use PE and school sport to improve the wellbeing, leadership skills and achievement of all children across the whole school.
In order to access the full resource library you will need to be a registered Youth Sport Trust Member.
Using outdoor and adventurous activities to positively impact SEND young people
A case study that looks at how to develop a more flexible and relevant curriculum in Key Stage 4.
Using football to raise attainment in core subjects
This case study looks at how a school attempted to improve the self-esteem and attainment of six disaffected, under performing boys in Year 5 and 6.
Delivering whole school high quality PE and school sport
We wished to raise the standards in writing, especially amongst boys; raise the attainment of white British children and ensure that all children throughout the school received high quality PE.
Using a sporting context in maths
A specialist sports college looks at how to use sport to motivate and sustain student interest in subjects other than the specialism.
Community Sports Clubs for SEND young people
Local special schools identified a lack of community sporting provision for children with disabilities. The Youth Sport Trust has since created suitable training opportunities for staff in this area.
The link between self-esteem and success in secondary schools
This case study looks at what a school did to improve self-esteem and therefore behaviour and achievement from a group of Year 9 boys.
The language of analysis
This school wanted to create a collaborative project with the capacity to raise attainment in both subject areas by linking one clear assessment focus from the course content of GCSE PE and GCSE English.
Teaching the scientific prinicples of force through trampolining
A combined school, with specialisms in science and sport, looked at how to devise a project which would raise achievement and interest in both science and PE.
Teaching maths in a sporting context
The school in this case study wanted to develop a project where maths and PE staff work collaboratively to teach maths within a sporting context, supporting the use of different behaviour and teaching strategies.
Tackling girls participation in PE and school sport
This case study looks at what a concerned school did when they noticed a drop in standards in effort, achievement and presentation were beginning to fall and how they tackled the issue immediately.
Primary PE and Sport Premium case studies
2014 and Beyond: Innovative approaches to curriculum design
The aim of this resource is to support PE departments in implementing the new primary and secondary curriculum for PE. It will highlight the scope for creative and innovative practice , alongside monitoring and evaluating the impact for all learners.