YST Premium Toolkit

YST Premium toolkit
A series of detailed documents and videos supporting schools to sustain the impact of the Primary PE and Sport Premium.

This toolkit developed by the Youth Sport Trust provides a framework for you to undertake a self-review of how to maximise the impact of your funding against your school’s priorities.

The toolkit comes in two parts:

Part One 

An introduction to each key indicator with messaging from a headteacher sharing good practice about how they have achieved improvement and planned for sustainability. 

Part Two

Sustainability Actions, a proforma to help you as a school consider where you are now and what you need to do to improve and achieve sustainability in each key indicator. 

Please use the adjacent links to download the toolkit. Prompt questions and supporting documentation for key indicators 2-5 and swimming will be released over the following months.

Primary PE and Sport Premium guidance

A guide to the ring-fenced funding available for primary schools to improve the quality of the PE and sport activities they offer their children.
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About the Premium

Schools must use the funding to make additional and sustainable improvements to the quality of physical education (PE), physical activity and sport they offer.
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Evidencing the Impact

To help you to maximise your primary school sport funding, we have put together a comprehensive guide on what to consider before making your investment decisions and details of how the Youth Sport Trust can support you.
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Premium News

All the latest news from the Youth Sport Trust on what's happening with the Primary PE and Sport Premium funding.
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How to spend your Premium

Find out more about the best ways to spend your Premium, more information about what should be avoided, and how we can provide the tools and training to support you.
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Timeline of the Premium

Track the history of the Premium since its origins in 2013 as well as a breakdown of the most recent changes, confirmed in October 2018, and how these impact on schools.
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