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- Earliest award date
- 19 Apr 2004
- Latest award date
- 31 Oct 2014
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The school is a multi-cultural primary in Sparkhill, Birmingham. The project will increase access and provision by providing a multi-use games, sport and adventure area offering netball, football, basketball, hockey, a cricket square, badminton and a perimeter trail. Some 490 pupils, 120 community users and 190 other school pupils will benefit.
Tindal Primary School - Playground Modernisation 15 Nov 2004
Birmingham LEA will enhance an existing playground with markings for cricket, basketball, netball and football and static equipment for cricket, basketball and netball. The aim is to improve health, skills and provide sports leadership training. Beneficiaries will be 406 pupils at the school, 250 pupils from other schools, 240 community visits per annum.
Birmingham LEA will modernise and extend an existing tarmac area into three netball and tennis courts, plus fencing. The facility will complement and extend the range of sports available to school aged and older community members. Beneficiaries will be 400 pupils from the school, 1000 pupils from other schools and 5000 community visits.
The project will take place at Greet Primary & Infant School, Sparkhill, Birmingham, and it will provide a new sub-soil drainage, levelling and re-turfing of the school's existing playing field.
Birmingham Council will modernise an existing playground by levelling and resurfacing the area and providing a fence and line markings for zoned pitches and sports areas. The project will improve performance and behaviour in formal and informal outdoor activity, including football and netball. Beneficiaries are 400 pupils from the school, 110 pupils from other schools and 30 people from the community.
This project will build a dance studio and fitness suite. The aim is to increase the variety and quality of sports and PE that will be offered at the school. Standards will be improved, there will be more varied dance styles taught and performed and individual fitness levels will rise. The beneficiaries will be 600 pupils at the school and 1,000 pupils from other schools. There will also be 400 community visits.
Eastside City Park: A Landmark For The Future 23 Aug 2006
Project: The Eastside City Park: A Landmark for the Future_x000B_Location: East Birmingham_x000B__x000B_The Eastside City Park will be a project that through an unprecedented combination of architecture, monumental sculpture and landscape design will redefine the concept of a city park, a first for the UK and be the first entirely new City Park in Birmingham. _x000B__x000B_A previously declining area of the City will be recreated as a place of great beauty, a place for meeting, activity, relaxation and contemplation.
Funding received will go toward new storage facilities & improved access via the school's playground. The 195 pupils from Brookvale Primary School will benefit from increased time for PE, better health and safety standards, and the freeing up of space in the school hall. An estimated 10 minutes per lesson will be reclaimed & extended activities will now be possible in the hall. Activities to benefit from extended time and increased space include cricket, short tennis, football, gymnastics and badminton.
This project will develop a disused area into a grass playing field. It will enable better delivery of the curriculum and increase PE hours. The field will offer better opportunities for children with dyspraxia and associated difficulties to support social inclusion work. It will offer a wide range of activities such as football, PE, athletics, cricket, rounders and hockey. Some 500 pupils, 50 other school users and 150 community uses will benefit from the new field.
Birmingham LEA will build a 'base camp' at the Ackers Trust Outdoor Adventure Centre in an important nature site within the city. The aim is to increase the quality and variety of adventure activities for a larger number of people and provide archery facilities for people with disabilities. Sports to benefit will include orienteering, climbing and archery. It will offer modern facilities to 350 schools , 7,000 school pupils and 4,500 community visits.
Birmingham LEA will modernise the small upper level hall at Baverstock Specialist Sports College by providing new flooring and a wheelchair lift, which will encourage increased participation in a wide range of physical activities. The improved facility will benefit the school's 2412 pupils, 80 pupils from the cluster of feeder schools and up to 100 visits from the community.
Birmingham LEA will build a multi-use games area at Kingsheath Primary School. The facility will meet the aims to increase and improve after-school clubs in football, netball, hockey and tennis skills training. The project will benefit 630 pupils from the School, 30 pupils from other schools and 44 community visits.
Birmingham LEA will use funding to build a four-court sports hall, new changing rooms and additional accommodation at the school in the Lozells area of Birmingham. The new facility will improve facilities for badminton, table tennis, and indoor cricket. Beneficiaries include the 1050 pupils at the school, 400 pupils from other schools and 1900 community visitors.
Birmingham Play Portfolio 27 Nov 2007
The Birmingham Play Portfolio will provide new, accessible, inclusive and quality play provision across the city. The portfolio will address the gaps in provision and address the play needs of children and young people across the city's 10 constituencies, identified through the Birmingham Play Strategy and the consultation carried out in support of it. It is estimated that 60,000 children and young people across the city will benefit.
This project in Ladywood, Birmingham will see a new multi-use games, sport and adventure area. It will offer activities both inside and outside the curriculum including football, basketball, tennis, tag rugby, cricket, athletics and orienteering. Beneficiaries will include 200 of the school's own pupils, 35 parents and 125 other school users from a range of faiths and cultures.
Birmingham's LEA will construct a new Outdoor Education Centre including 2 training rooms, changing facilities and a lift above the Clifton Road Youth Centre.
Birmingham LEA will construct a new 4 court sports hall with changing facilities, multi-activity room and additional parking at Dame Elizabeth Cadbury Technology College. It will enable the school to deliver quality PE per week within and beyond the curriculum in a wider range of activities, such as basketball, cricket and badminton. The new facility will benefit the school's 680 pupils, 800 from partner schools and up to 520 community visits per week.
Birmingham VE Day Celebrations 27 Apr 2005
A project to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the end of WW2 with the provision of a series of exhbitions and displays based on life during that period for the benefit of the people of Birmingham.
The Community Connection 11 Oct 2007
This project will create new flexible spaces in five libraries across the city with a focus on informal environments to welcome people with low skills and confidence and encourage them to experience learning activities. The project will enable people with low levels of skills and confidence to participate in a broad range of events and activities. The learning programme will include health activities, family learning, heritage activities, informal learning and adult literacy.