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.
YST Pedagogy - Corpus Christi
The aim of this project is to re-engage C/D borderline students who were at risk of becoming disaffected in the core subjects – with the idea being to use sport to improve motivation and attainment.
YST Context - The Henry Cort Community College
As a specialist sports college, Henry Cort wanted to use sport to motivate and sustain student interest in subjects other than the specialism.
Change4Life Sports Clubs
This is a programme which aims to harness the inspiration of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympics Games to encourage less active children to do physical activity and engage in school sport.
Brazil Year 3 - case studies
This shows the results achieved during the first three years of international partner projects undertaken by 12 secondary schools in Brazil working together with their partners in Nottinghamshire.
10 steps to effective assessment in physical education
The aim of this guide is to support PE practitioners to develop high quality processes and systems for assessing pupils’ learning, progress and achievements in PE.
The Physical Education and Sport Premium
How schools are using the premium to maximise outcomes for young people
Developing excellence in the community through PE and sport
These case studies have been collated to demonstrate the range of exciting work Sports Colleges across the country and undertaking with partner primary and secondary schools and the wider community.
Learning through a global dimension
The Youth Sport Trust International Team aims to promote global learning through linking schools and developing an international dimension cross teaching and learning in schools.
Using football to engage boys
The aim of our project was to tackle the disengagement of Year 10 boys in literacy-based subjects.
Secondary School Governing bodies: high quality PE
After the schools specialism programme was abolisged, many Specialsit Sports Colleges choose to maintain their identity. There schools remain passionate as ever about the power of sport not just in PE but across the whole school
Primary school governing bodies: PE and School Sport
High quality PE is planned, progressive, inclusive learning, delivered as part of the curriculm by primary teachers. It provides the learning experiences and inspiration necessary to develop a child's physical literacy.
Why Physical Education?
High quality physical education (PE) is widely recognised as having a significant contribution to the education and development of the whole child.