Youth Sports Trust Projects
Here at Durham Trinity School & Sports College we work very closely with the Youth Sports Trust. We have been identified as a centre of excellent practice and our role and impact can be seen across the county and further afield.
In this section you can find information of the projects and the work we do with the Youth Sport Trust.
Lead Inclusion School
This is a Youth Sport Trust initiative to promote inclusive opportunities for young people in PE and school sport relating to the school games and beyond.
To work with others to support them to provide inclusive competition and strengthen entry and exit pathways to school games and regular competition.
To provide regular training advice and guidance for the school sport workforce on Inclusive practice, to deliver the inclusive PE training programme (IPE).
To raise aspirations and to lead the way in developing inclusive leadership through Step into Sport and Durham County leadership academy.
To promote TOPS sports ability.
To promote Active in Mind, and emotional, health and wellbeing project.
To promote the development of Motor Activity Training Programme (MATP) in partnership with Special Olympics UK.
To promote Girl’s sport.
To promote pathways for talented youngsters.
To promote school club links.
Well School Movement
We are pleased to have been selected as one of the first 30 schools in the UK to lead on the Well School Movement.
Well Schools put the health and well-being of pupils and staff at the heart of their school. The purpose of the Well School movement is to support schools to drive improvements in well-being for all teachers and school staff, senior leaders and young people by placing well-being at the very heart of schools. Currently we are working with the other schools to drive change, share challenges and solutions and work together to help other schools.
DfE Swim Pilot Project
For more information regarding our DfE Swim Pilot Project click on the links below.
Durham Amateur Rowing Club
Durham Trinity have some amazing local community club links. Some students have been involved this term with Durham Amateur Rowing Club.