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Founded in 1994, Youth Sport Trust, a sport and education charity, aims to give every child the chance to enjoy the life-changing benefits of play and sport.
Recent years have seen children glued to their smartphones and iPads, resulting in a continued decline in children’s wellbeing. Tackling that decline is behind everything that the trust does.
Led by Chief Executive Officer Alison Oliver, the Leicestershire-based charity is pioneering new ways of using sport to improve children’s wellbeing and give them a brighter future.
The trust creates, develops and delivers programmes in schools that improve health, attendance and academic achievement, while equipping young people with skills for life.
In 2016-17, the trust gave 639,668 young people opportunities to take part in high-quality PE and sport, while over 25,000 teachers enjoyed CPD training.
The trust was rewarded last year at the UK Coaching Awards with the runners-up spot in the Coaching Culture of the Year category.
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Companies offering a minimum of 28 days annual leave to all employees
Companies offering either free gym/ sports facilities or offering subsidised gym membership for all employees
Non work related training supported
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