Key partners who can support schools
Creating positive relationships with physical activity for life.
Create Development's innovative training and resources support schools, families and communities to transform the culture of physical activity. Our unique, inclusive approaches create habits and develop essential behaviours, physical literacy, emotional and thinking skills in all young children.
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Association for Physical Education
The Association for Physical Education (afPE) is the only physical education subject association in the UK. They are committed to being the representative organisation of choice for people and organisations delivering or supporting the delivery of physical education in schools and in the wider community.
Their purpose is to promote and maintain high standards and safe practice in all aspects and at all levels of physical education, influencing developments in physical education at national and local level
Click here to find out how afPE can help support your school.
Guidance on the Effective Use of the Primary PE and Sport Premium
Evidencing the Impact of the Primary PE & Sport Premium - Guidance & Template
Youth Sport Trust
The Youth Sport Trust is an independent charity devoted to changing young people's lives through sport. Established in 1994, they are passionate about helping all young people to achieve their full potential in life by delivering high quality physical education and sport opportunities.
Please click here to find out how the Youth Sport Trust can help and support your school with the Primary PE & Sport Premium Funding
Sporting Start - Guide to the School Sport Premium
To help schools to maximise their primary school sport funding, the Youth Sports Trust have put together a comprehensive guide on what to consider before making investment decisions.
Self Review Tool
In addition to this they have also created a separate self-review tool to help you to assess your school's current provision and outcomes in PE and school sport, and then identify priorities for development