Supporting schools Secondary Schools Secondary half term highlights Try these resources to help your pupils be more active outside this summer. LTA Youth Schools The LTA Youth Schools secondary programme has been created to support the curriculum and brings together inclusive PE lesson plans and videos, personal development, competition and cross curricular resources, teacher training and much more. Teachers can take part and complete free online training to receive a £250 reward voucher for their school. And those schools who complete the training by 13th May have a chance to win a live virtual Q&A with Emma Radacanu! Sign up for the LTA Youth Schools programme. England Hockey Hub Schools can now benefit from free membership to the England Hockey Hub where they can find lesson plan content, videos, webinars and CPD courses to help school staff develop and improve their hockey delivery. In addition, England Hockey are running free online teacher training workshops to support teachers and schools who are new to hockey or thinking of offering it to their students. The courses take place on: Tuesday 10th May - 4-6pm and Monday 16th May - 7 - 9pm and are are available on a first come first served basis. Sign up to England Hockey Hub. England Rugby Whether you are just thinking about starting to offer rugby or you are a secondary school who has an established programme and are looking to grow and embed rugby in your school, England Rugby has a range of resources, videos and training to support you. To access their schools offer, click here or for free Introduction to Contact Rugby and Age Grade Development Days, please see below: Register on the Kids First Introduction to Contact Rugby course. Register for the Age Grade development Days. Your Time Funded by the Department for Education, the Your Time programme aims to create opportunities for girls to lead and participate in competitive sport. Running for three years, 75 secondary schools will have the opportunity to participate. Learners will complete a series of 6 online modules working towards an accredited award and then will complete the programme by leading at least one competitive event for the their peers. Apply for the Your Time programme.