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School Facilities and Environments PE and Sport Cycling Active Play Environmental Management Funding School Facilities and Environments PE and Sport Cycling Active Play Environmental Management Funding

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Primary school halls and studios areas • Primary schools larger than one form of Primary school halls and studios areas • Primary schools larger than one form of entry should include: • a main hall of at least 120 m 2 for infants or 140 m 2 for juniors, sufficient for PE and dance, assemblies, performances, parents’ evenings and dining; • a studio of at least 45 m 2 in schools with more than 300 pupil places, to provide more space for music, drama and ‘circle time’ if required; • an additional small hall of at least 80 m 2 in schools with more than 600 pupil places, for PE without apparatus • Pitches; 2 form entry primary 19000 sq. m. plus playgrounds amd amenity space etc. (=min. three pitches)

Secondary schools Indoor areas • All secondary schools should have a main hall, which Secondary schools Indoor areas • All secondary schools should have a main hall, which should be designed to critical minimum dimensions, for three or four badminton courts in schools with more than 600 places. Typically this will also be used for after school activity • plus one or, in schools with over 1500 places, two activity or dance studios of at least 120 m 2, with a minimum internal width of 10 m and height of at least 3. 5 m and a sprung floor, for some gymnastic activities, dance; and examinations if required; • In existing schools, there should generally be at least three large spaces totalling a similar area and volume as those for new secondary schools, as described above.

Playground design and layouts Playground design and layouts

MUGA Design Specification Sport England Standard Size MUGA is 18. 5 m x 36 MUGA Design Specification Sport England Standard Size MUGA is 18. 5 m x 36 m. Standard Council MUGA is designed for public space and has strong fence designed to withstand vehicle impact Fence is 2. 5 m high around pitch and between 3. 5 and 4 m high behind the goals Pitch is marked for Football, Basketball and Netball Basketball nets and cricket wickets are built into the structure Basket ball hoops have chains instead of nets to resist vandalism Safety Police Architect Liaison Advice Lockable doors to prevent unauthorised entry Doors to be locked open or locked closed so users cannot swing on doors and trap themselves or others

Zone parcs and sporting playgrounds Zone parcs and sporting playgrounds

Zone Parcs; Stanbury Zone Parcs; Stanbury

Synthetic turf Half size, no floodlights, minimal specification £ 200, 000 • Full size Synthetic turf Half size, no floodlights, minimal specification £ 200, 000 • Full size full community specification • £ 900, 000 plus

Trim Trails SURFACE £ 40. 00 per square metre. • To create a polymeric Trim Trails SURFACE £ 40. 00 per square metre. • To create a polymeric allow around £ 70. 00 per square metre. N. B. this does not allow for project management costs, inflation, contingency or some costs associated with edging and boundary treatment of the surface. CON Relative Cost to Buy Maintain Bark TRIM TRAIL SAFETY SURFACES The trail can be laid into grass or existing tarmac, but other surfaces can be used with various benefits and problems. To create a tarmac area allow around PRO Relatively inexpensive, more organic look, soft fall surface Messy as it spreads and needs collecting and replacing as it beds down and is lost Low Grass needs maintaining and can still become boggy and unusable if not cared for Medium Grass Matting Synthetic mat which allows grass to grow through, but provides some level of all weather use Polymeric (recycled tyres) Good porous surface Expensive to buy and with soft fall replace, but can be characteristics patched with kit from manufacturer High Medium

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Environmental spaces Story telling, willow structures, pond dipping, gardening etc Environmental spaces Story telling, willow structures, pond dipping, gardening etc

Priesthorpe Horton Park Priesthorpe Horton Park

Key Questions about Community Use • Strategic priorities • Are there sections of your Key Questions about Community Use • Strategic priorities • Are there sections of your community that would really benefit from using your facilities? Could you target them through your community programme? • • • • • • • What is the school vision regarding community use? What do you want your key outcomes to be? Where does community use impact on the School Improvement Plan Responsibilities Which member of staff will be responsible for overseeing community use? Which sub-committee will monitor this? Policies and procedures How will pricing be determined, how will it be reviewed and how often? How will groups will be vetted and monitored? What booking procedures are in place? What is the school doing to protect themselves against risk? correct insurance policy safeguarding procedures right to work operating and emergency procedures maintenance & safety of the site (risk assessments, loan working, site security) conditions of hire and payment schedules

 Monitoring performance • Is there a business plan in place? Is there a Monitoring performance • Is there a business plan in place? Is there a community use budget separate from the school budget? Are the governors happy with predicted income and expenditure? • What will happen to any surplus income? Does the school have a • sinking fund to replace facilities in the future? • Does the school have any key participation targets linked to • External funding? • Do you know who to contact for advice on increasing usage? eg Active Bradford CBMDC Sport and Leisure Services • What key performance indicators have been set to measure impact?

FUNDING AND ADVICE • SPORT ENGLAND • BIG LOTTERY • LAND FILL TAX DISTRIBUTORS FUNDING AND ADVICE • SPORT ENGLAND • BIG LOTTERY • LAND FILL TAX DISTRIBUTORS EG WREN, BIFFA, ETC • ROAD SAFETY TEAM • BIKABILITY • SUSTRANS • BRITISH CYCLING • BRADFORD ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION SERVICE • BRADFORD COMMUNITY ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECT inc FOREST SCHOOLS • CBMCD, SPORT AND LEISURE, CHILDRENS SERVICES, EDUCATION CAPITAL TEAM