Read Greenhouse Sports’ Annual Review 2014-15
2014-15 was another year of growth and progress for Greenhouse Sports. We welcomed seven new mainstream school partners, while two of our established partners added second sports programmes to complement existing provision. We continued to grow as an organisation, helping more and more young people in London reach their full potential.
- We operated 50 Sport for Development programmes, 36 in mainstream secondary schools, 10 special educational needs school programmes and four community clubs.
- We worked with 8,000 young people and delivered 50,000 hours of coaching.
Over the course of this year there were a number of highlights. Greenhouse Sports…
- Received funding from Sport England’s new Sport for Development Fund. The government’s new sport strategy highlights our work as a case study for ‘changing lives through sport’.
- Celebrated our SEN programme at Swiss Cottage School, which the national Project Ability Campaign recognised for its expertise in engaging young people with disabilities in inclusive and competitive sport.
- Earned an additional award from Project Oracle for our rigorous and innovative approach to evaluating our programmes.
- Became one of Table Tennis England’s seven Talent Development Centres to coach and support the most able players.
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