Big Lottery Fund is committed to bringing real improvements to
communities, and to the lives of people most in need. Big Lottery Fund
is responsible for giving out half the money for good causes raised by
the National Lottery, giving them a budget of about £630 million a year.
They are committed to bringing real improvements to communities and the
lives of people most in need.
By September 2007 all School Sport Partnerships will have had the opportunity to access Big Lottery funding for OSHL activities. It is targeted at young people who are most disadvantaged, disaffected or currently not participating. This includes additional monies for those partnerships that have expanded where new SSCO Clusters have been added.
The purpose of the programme is to provide learning activities to encourage and motivate targeted groups of pupils, build their self-esteem and help them reach higher standards of achievement across the curriculum.
For more information about the Big Lottery go to their website www.biglotteryfund.org.uk/
The Tower Hamlets LEA School Sport Partnership and the Langdon Park
School Sport Partnership are generously supported by the Big Lottery
The Langdon Park Partnership delivers successful programmes that include the Rolling Sports Programme, the Activator's Club (pictured right), the EAL Sports Programme, the Phoenix Sports Programme, the EBD Sports Programme and the Mainstream Disability Programme.