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  1. Using Grant Funding To Support School Sport

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    It’s an interesting time for School Sport and the funding of it with much being made of the recent announcement of additional funding for Primary Schools (details of which can be seen on our previous blog). Since the cut in government funding of School Sport Partnerships in 2011 there has been a fairly mixed provision for PE and School Sport across the country with many schools reducing their sport offer and others continuing to receive support from SSPs who have accessed alternative income. Seeing the importance of School Sport a large number of schools have turned to innovative methods of ensuring an appropriate offer which have included joining with local schools to buy in services, forging partnerships with local sports clubs and utilising grant sources. The offer of mainstream funding for PE and School Sport certainly should only be seen as a good thing but let’s hope schools make the...