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Become a Secondary PE CatalYST

Youth Sport Trust are recruiting committed, passionate and progressive leaders of secondary PE who are able to advocate the impact of physical education on young people. They are primarily looking for innovative PE practitioners keen to share good practice that they use every day in their secondary core PE classes. YST want to recruit an army of PE CatalYSTs who will work with them to raise the profile of our subject across their local area and provide a voice nationally for its future.


Take a look at where PE CatalYSTs are located across the country.

Why are PE CatalYSTs needed?
  • To refocus attention and energy back to core PE and the impact it can have on young people
  • To turn the tide against the marginalisation of the subject, and the pressures and restrictions placed upon it by recent educational reforms
  • Prepare the PE workforce for the increased standards in young people entering secondary school from primary.

Unfortunately there is no funding attached to this role, however, a PE CatalYST will receive professional development to support them in this role via development days and on-going communications. There is also the opportunity to profile yourself, your department and your school on a local, regional and national footing. The role will be reviewed each year based on level of engagement as YST are really looking for active members to support in advocating our message and share what is working in schools.

If you are a primary PE practitioner click here to find out more about support for you.

To apply to become a PE CatalYST, please download and complete the expression of interest form and return to will.swaithes@youthsporttrust.org

For further information, please contact: 

Will Swaithes
Head of Physical Education and Achievement
will.swaithes@youthsporttrust.org
07921 949564


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Published
06.11.2017