- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 01 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 01 Jul 2019
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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St. Wilfrid's Catholic High School 19 Apr 2004
Sefton Council will upgrade the changing facilities at St Wilfrid's Catholic High School to improve both the quantity and quality of sporting provision and to positively impact on the number of pupils attending extra-curricular activities. The project involves refurbishing two changing rooms currently designated as specific boys and girls changing rooms to be suitable for either male or female use. It will benefit the 1,000 pupils at the school, 300 students from local primaries and 200 staff and partners.
Manor High School - Changing Facilities 19 Apr 2004
Sefton Council will upgrade the changing facilities at Manor High School to increase the planned time for PE within the curriculum and extend opportunities for pupils in out of hours school clubs and with other sports organisations. The project involves the upgrading and refurbishing of existing sports changing and toilet facilities. It will benefit 900 pupils at the school, 400 students from local primaries and 100 staff and a range of people already using the facilities within the local community.
This project will provide a multi-use games area principally for netball and tennis at Nottingham Bluecoat School. It will enable the range of curricular and extra-curricular activities at the school to be extended and will benefit 1,200 pupils at the school and 200 pupils from other schools, in addition to an estimated 400 community users.
Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council will build a multi-use games area measuring at St Ann RC Primary School, Stretford. The project will provide a wider range of sports for community and school users, support inter-school competitions and improve local health outcomes. 400 pupils at St Ann's, 200 from other schools and 200 community users will enjoy athletics, PE, cricket, short tennis, netball, basketball, football, rugby and after-school club events.
This project will use funding to improve the facilities available in the school for sport and PE, and to encourage community sports development through the provision of a new multi-use games area (MUGA). All 332 pupils of Forches Cross Community Primary School and 150 pupils from other local schools will use the MUGA for PE/games sessions, break and after school clubs. There will be 350 visits a year to the facility by community users including local young people and community groups.
Hertfordshire County Council will extend and modernise the changing rooms at this Hemel Hempsted school, to provide modern facilities and improved privacy for users. The improved facilities will increase provision for officials and disabled users. The facilities will offer an improved PE experience to 840 school users and 300 community users.
Moorside High School - Pitch drainage 19 Apr 2004
Staffordshire County Council will upgrade and drain the playing fields at Moorside High School. This will make the three football pitches and two athletics areas available for longer in the year. This will benefit 750 pupils at the school, along with 850 from other schools, who will use it for curriculum and extra curricular activities. Up to 600 members of the local community are expected to use the fields for sporting activities such as cricket, athletics and football.
Hothfield Junior School - Multi Use Game Area 19 Apr 2004
The funding will be used to build a fenced, floodlit, Multi-use games area and enhanced changing rooms on school playing fields near the school in Silsden, Bradford. The facility will enable the school to deliver the full PE curriculum, extend extra-curricular activities and offer a safe play area for the wider community. The facility will be used by 1,500 people, 300 users from the applicant school, 300 from a partner school and 900 users from the wider local community.
Cheshire County Council will use funding for playground improvements at 10 schools in each of six boroughs. Markings and targets will allow pupils to be actively engaged in both curricular and extra curricular activities.
London Borough of Camden will use funding to install a new adventure playground and an enclosed multi-use games area (MUGA) for ball games. The facility is designed for use by children and young people with disabilities. It will benefit the 300 pupils from special schools and 5795 community users throughout the year. The aim is to provide a safe and stimulating environment in order to develop a variety of sensory and motor skills for those with learning and physical disabilities.
This project use funding to provide a new fitness suite with changing facilities created from existing rooms at this Dunstable school. The facility will provide improved fitness opportunities for pupils and the wider community. The facility will benefit Queensbury Upper School's 1,050 pupil, 250 users from partner schools and 700 people from the wider community.
Plymouth City Council will install a steel-framed, fabric dome over an existing hard-court sports area at Heles School to provide floodlighting and cover. The existing sports hall will be opened up more for sports and activities such as basketball, football, netball, tennis, PE and hockey. The new facility will enable the school to increase participation in sport amongst pupils and the wider community, benefiting 1,000 pupils at the school, 1,000 at other schools and 15,000 community users.
The project will use funding to improve changing facilities and create a new fitness room, dance studio and community lounge in an area between the school's existing swimming pool and sports centre areas. The new fitness and dance areas will attract different users, including more women and girls, and offer activities such as aerobics, martial arts and table tennis to pupils and members of the wider community. The project will benefit the 2,000 school pupils and will allow 7,000 wider community visits.
Rowdeford School - New one court hall 19 Apr 2004
Wiltshire County Council will create a new one court sports hall at Rowdeford School, which will benefit 100 Rowdeford School pupils, 300 pupils from other schools and 1000 community visits. Exercise, dance classes, table tennis and recreational badminton will be catered for. This project will enable the school to increase core curriculum time for PE and to establish pre and after school PE classes.
Rochdale Metropolitan Borough Council will provide new changing facilities, together with drainage and pitch development, to create two junior football pitches at Castleton Primary School. The facility will support football, rugby league and rugby union, athletics, rounders and archery. This will provide enhanced opportunities for 300 pupils from the school, 200 pupils from other local primary schools and 3,000 community visits.
The project will build a new full-size floodlit synthetic turf pitch at Tamworth Manor Secondary School and upgrade 3 tennis courts at the local tennis club. The aims of the project are to develop and improve physical education, sport and recreation for the school and local community by actively encouraging school and club links. The new pitch will cater for hockey, football and tennis. There will be 1,200 users from Tamworth school, 1,160 from other schools and 1,400 users from the wider community.
Cambridgeshire LEA will use this funding to provide a floodlit multi-use games area, clubhouse and changing facilities benefiting the school's 1500 pupils and 2,408 users from 14 feeder primary schools. This facility will enhance the curriculum by providing a wider range of activities including netball, tennis and basketball and will encourage students to participate in after school activities. Around 420 community users will also benefit from the improved facilities.
Warlingham School Synthetic Turf Pitch 19 Apr 2004
Surrey County Council will create a new floodlit synthetic turf pitch at Warlingham School, Tandridge in Surrey. The new facility aims to increase curricular and extra-curricular PE, especially hockey. The pitch will also accommodate football, rugby, tennis, rounders and other sports. Beneficiaries will be the 1,500 pupils at Warlingham, 400 pupils from other schools and 44,000 community visits per year.
Broad Oak High School - Synthetic Turf Pitch 19 Apr 2004
Bury MBC will use funding to upgrade an existing porous pitch to a full size Synthetic Turf Pitch to facilitate a wide ranging sports development plan. This will benefit 700 pupils of the school, 1,715 pupils of other local schools and allow approximately 22,480 visits by the community at this Specialist Sports College site. Hockey, football and tag-rugby will be available as well as accredited training schemes for leaders and coaches in sport.
The project will create a new multi-use games area for basketball and other sports. It will also provide a new surface and shock pad for an existing full size synthetic turf pitch, with new floodlights, improved spectator provision and dedicated parking. These new facilities on the Wexham Sports College campus will be used by 900 school pupils, 8,000 students from other schools and around 2,000 members of the wider community.