Resource Library

Through years of experience and as a result of working in partnership with schools, Youth Sport Trust has developed a wide range of resources to help schools harness the power of PE and school sport. If you cannot find what you're looking for email the membership team and let us know.
How we work - Learning - In school support

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

Consistent practices

Characteristics: what it might look like in practice Policies and procedures reflect and support the department's shared vision and values Departmental policies and procedures are agreed and clearly recorded PE...
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Assuring high quality teaching, learning and assessment

Characteristics: what it might look like in practice There is a clearly defined consensus on what constitutes outstanding teaching, learning and assessment in PE The Subject Leader is a positive...
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Outstanding teaching, learning and assessment

Welcome to the outstanding teaching, learning and assessment area. There are four features within this area: assuring high quality teaching, learning and assessment, consistent practices, staff development and effective deployment...
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Enrichment

Characteristics: what it might look like in practice Enrichment activities link to the curriculum, by enabling, extending or enhancing learners' development There is a varied programme of high quality enrichment...
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The complete learner

Characteristics: what it might look like in practice PE develops learners' personal, social, creative, thinking and physical skills PE provides opportunities for learners to take on a variety of roles,...
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Student voice

Characteristics: what it might look like in practice Staff have excellent relationships with learners so that they are listened to, respected and feel valued There is a strong commitment to...
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Appropriate curriculum design

Welcome to the appropriate curriculum design area. There are four features within this area: student voice, the complete learner, personalised learning and enrichment. Click below to explore these features in...
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Staff accountability

Characteristics: what it might look like in practice All PE staff are involved in monitoring, evaluating and planning for improvement Team members have clear roles and responsibilities Leadership is devolved...
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Rigorous monitoring and evaluation

Characteristics: what it might look like in practice Monitoring and evaluation supports the planning cycle so that evidence-gathering underpins future actions Data is used to identify areas for improvement, as...
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Well-focused plans

Characteristics: what it might look like in practice Improvement plans are focused on outcomes for learners Improvement plans have clear priorities emerging from the departmental self-evaluation Plans identify specific actions,...
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Ambitious targets

Characteristics: what it might look like in practice Farringdon - PE staff work together very effectively, making best use of their complementary skills King Alfred's - learners are highly appreciative...
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Effective implementation

Welcome to the effective implementation area. There are four features within this area: ambitious targets, well-focused plans, rigorous monitoring and evaluation and staff accountability. Click below to explore these features...
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