- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 10 Jan 2012
- Latest award date
- 20 Dec 2012
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Towards a summer playscheme in Calderwood, South East Glasgow.
Towards helping train people with learning difficulties in food preparation and service for employment in the linked café.
Towards volunteer training places to help with the “Understanding Each Other” community inclusion project in Glasgow.
Towards the salary of the Allotment Workshop Leader for the “Grow and Learn” project in Pollockshields.
The school will purchase sports equipment to give pupils access to different activities during break and lunch times. The project is to complement Glasgow City Council's 'Big Eat In' initiative, which encourages S1 pupils to remain in school during lunchtime. The grant will fund play soft balls, play foam balls, rugby foam balls, scoop racket set, boccia set, tennis type balls, skipping ropes and horse shoe sets.
The school will purchase equipment for Olympics themed after school clubs throughout 2012. The school will also hold a mini-Olympics where their pupils will compete against children from two other local primary schools. This grant will fund a first play ball pack, a standing triple jump kit, a primary shot/discus/hammer set, three polythene laths, cones, relay batons, three junior javelins, balls, a fog horn with refill, a start/finish line and foam collars.
This group will establish a new girls under 15's team. This grant will fund 20 training kits and 20 playing strips.
The school will organise and hold a range of extracurricular clubs for pupils. This grant will fund coaching costs for Zumbatonic, rugby, football, athletics, badminton and cheerleading.
The school will purchase the required equipment to give pupils and members of the local community the opportunity to participate in trampolining activities. This grant will fund a 13mm Eurotramp bed, master springs and two mats.
The school provides specialist educational and recreational activities for pupils aged 5-12 years with a wide range of additional support needs. The school will use the grant to run a multi sports after school club for the pupils. This grant will fund sessional sports coach fees, volunteer expenses and sports equipment.
The school will offer its pupils after school mountain biking sessions. This grant will fund ten mountain biking sessions, thirty GO MTB booklets and two mountain bike trail trips.
The school will organise a programme of extracurricular activities for pupils to try a new sport. Pupils in P1-3 will take part in yoga and playground games. Older pupils will take part in athletics, netball, dance, and skiing. This grant will fund coaching costs for yoga, dance, netball, athletics and skiing. It will also be used to fund a set of skittles and transport to a dry ski slope.
The school will deliver an extra-curricular programme of athletics, dance and outdoor activities. The school will also purchase playground equipment. This grant will fund multisport coaching sessions, dance coaching sessions, outdoor activities and playground equipment.
The school will set up a sustainable afterschool club featuring multisports classes and some new gymnastics based sports classes hosted by guest coaches from the newly formed South Ayrshire Platinum Gymnastix Club. This grant will fund basketball equipment, badminton equipment, co-ordination related sports equipment, gymnastics equipment, coaching costs, an MP3 player and a music storage container.
The school will equip its extra-curricular volleyball club. The school will also organise holiday programmes, competitions and taster sessions. This grant will fund volleyball posts, volleyball post padding, a score table, a Mikasa antennae, ten girls' strips and balls.
The school will use the grant to purchase equipment for after-school gymnastics lessons. The weekly sessions will be open to pupils in P4 to P7 and will be led by a qualified coach. This grant will pay for 20 gymnastics mats and a trolley.
The club will use the grant to purchase two team strips.
This group will promote all types of dance genres across Lewis, Harris, North Uist, Benbecula, South Uist and Barra. The group will work in partnership with Ceolas (a Gaelic dance and music group) to host two new dance development officer posts in the Western Isles, under the Get Scotland Dancing initiative. This grant will fund venue hire for 20 days, dance artists travel costs, 2 iPods with speakers and travel for groups to 2 joint events.
The school will organise and hold a range of extracurricular taster sessions for pupils. This grant will fund the cost of a dance coach, a badminton coach, a volleyball coach, a netball coach, a fitness coach and the hire of the RAPA facility after school.