YST News - July 2019YST News - July 2019
Our Top Story
Sport sector responds to school sport and activity action plan - YST co-ordinated a response from sports bodies and charities to Government’s new plan to get young people active.
- New Prime Minister pledges to tackle inactivity - New Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Conservative party leadership rival Jeremy Hunt both wrote to YST and our partners pledging that tackling inactivity and the decline in young people’s wellbeing would be a key pillar of their programme for government.
- Inclusive leadership with Billie Jean King - Pupils from Youth Sport Trust member school Ricards Lodge High in London took a trip to Wimbledon, the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club and had an inclusive leadership Q&A with Billie Jean King.
- Football camp inspires the next generation of female coaches - England legend Faye White says it is vital to give girls the confidence and knowledge they need to inspire others and this camp helps girls to develop both coaching and refereeing knowledge.
Upcoming Featured Events
- Secondary CPD events 'Transforming Secondary PE for the Next Generation' - Register for an event
- YST 2020 Annual Conference - 27 February - Register your interest
- Charities tell new Prime Minister Boris Johnson what they want (Civil Society) - Read More
- 'There's a crisis in children's wellbeing' - Ali Oliver (Telegraph) - Read More
- More children to benefit from Mental Health support (Rochdale Online) - Read More
Sector Round Up
- FA survey reveals social & economic benefits of grassroots football (Telegraph) - Read More
- Government drive to improve pupils' 'physical literacy' (TES) - Read More
- Government outline a new School Sport Action Plan (Gov.UK) - Read More
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