This Sport England tool provides practical guidance and best practise on how to develop and deliver opportunities for both community sport and the arts on education sites. This remains a largely untapped resource for local communities, despite the fact that unprecedented investment is going into education sites across England.
Whilst the guide is intended for schools and colleges, it is also aimed at a range of local authority officers and extended schools advisers working on the roll out and legacy of programmes such as Building Schools for the Future (BSF), and at the new BSF Stakeholder Groups for PE & Sport, specialist groups at local authority level who will be working on BSF projects.
The document is not meant to be read from cover to cover, rather as a reference toolkit from which just the relevant sections can be used. It aims to highlight the benefits of community use and also how to create and provide it successfully. This guidance shows how a collaborative approach between schools, Colleges and outside agencies to extending access to sport and arts on education sites to the whole community
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