Schools In Action

YST Schools in Action
Our Schools in Action open days will provide the opportunity for networking and learning from peers. This is a great way to share not only best practice but also excellence. Find all the upcoming dates, topics and venues here.

During a Schools in Action open day the host school will showcase their excellent work in and through PE, sport and physical activity. By attending one of these days you will be able to share your experiences and learn from other schools.

The current open day dates, topics and venues are below and more will be added as they are arranged and confirmed. All events are free to attend but are only open to current YST member schools.

If you are interested in hosting or have questions about attending an open day please contact one of our Membership & Network Services Coordinators via membership@youthsporttrust.org.

Please check back later for any upcoming events.

Creating a culture of health and wellbeing through sport and physical activity Details
The YST Schools in Action open day gives the opportunity for colleagues to discuss with Chris Oke, Pupil Charter Co-ordinator at Swindon Academy, how placing sport and physical activity at the heart of your school can create a culture of students taking responsibility for their own health and wellbeing. In association with the Youth Sport Trust, Swindon Academy has used a range of innovative initiatives to develop that culture, ranging from Active in Mind, hub club sports and using combats sports as a curriculum intervention. During the open day attendees will have the opportunity to see some of these initiatives being delivered and hopefully meet some of the students who will provide an overview of the impact that they have had.
Monday 3 February 2020, 10am-1pm, Swindon Academy, Beech Avenue, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN2 1JR
My Personal Best and the Youth Sport Award Details
An opportunity to see how Cheltenham Ladies’ College have used My Personal Best and the Youth Sport Award in their PE curriculum. My Personal Best aims to develop life skills, leadership and employability skills in young people such as empathy, teamwork and resilience. The Youth Sport Award is a unique award scheme that puts health and wellbeing at the heart of developing young people, ensuring a brighter future for generations to come. Come and see how they have been implemented into our school with great success.
Wednesday 18 March 2020, 1.30-4pm, Cheltenham Ladies’ College, Bayshill Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 3EP